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One of the most "four piece" Creedence sounding songs on a "three piece" Creedence album.
Fans who believe that John Fogerty forced Doug Clifford and Stu Cook to contribute two thirds of this album to prove a point may not be listening carefully.
And when they put their heads together to write Need Someone To Hold, they come off like two-thirds of the Three Stooges.
If you do not know who CCR is then you must be from another planet! I was torn between saving money by buying their entire works collection box set or getting the CD's separately. Read morePublished 7 months ago by HHA
I just love Creedence. I bought a SACD manufactured by Analogue Productions and mastered by Steve Hoffman. It's sooooo much better than the Fantasy version.Published 13 months ago by A reviewer
Tom Fogerty had already split when Creedence Clearwater Revival recorded this Mardi Gras album. At the demand of his band mates, John had reluctantly given up his tight control of... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Maxine Troutman Max T
Mardis Gras = Best CCR album cover, worst CCR album
Cosmo's Factory = Worst CCR album cover, best CCR album
Being an unrepentant sucker for good album art, I always... Read more
Creedence Clearwater Revival's 7th and last album "Mardi Gras", (1972), was their weakest effort, but by any other band of this ilk, it might be a classic. Read morePublished 20 months ago by ScottE
While i think MARDI GRAS is the less inspired moment from CREEDENCE, the album is filled with great songs like NEED SOMEONE TO HOLD, WHAT ARE YOU GONNA DO, TEARIN UP THE COUNTRY... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Fluminense
CCR are legends and everyone knows a bit of their catalog, but THIS is a diamond in the rough for anyone interested in late night Neil Young, Gram Parsons, Byrdsish - Doug Sahm... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Melbatunes
CCR really changed direction with this one. although It was not accepted too well by the public at the time of release, I find that John Fogerty's creative ability was in foll... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Terry Slee
Not my favorite CD ! We love John Fogerty and CCR. Sometimes some of the CDS are not as good as others. Did not affect our 100% satisfaction with Amazon.comPublished on January 3, 2013 by Maureen K.