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Premonition Live

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"Wrote a Song for Everyone is a testament to the continuing truth and power in Fogerty's greatest hits...The result is some of the best new music Fogerty has made since, well, Creedence." - Rolling Stone (5 Stars)

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  • Audio CD (June 9, 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Live
  • Label: Reprise
  • ASIN: B000007ND0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (107 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #217,545 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Born On The Bayou
2. Green River
3. Suzie Q.
4. I Put A Spell On You
5. Who'll Stop The Rain
6. Premonition
7. Almost Saturday Night
8. Rockin' All Over The World
9. Joy Of My Life
10. Down On The Corner
11. Centerfield
12. Swamp River Days
13. Hot Rod Heart
14. The Old Man Down The Road
15. Bad Moon Rising
16. Fortunate Son
17. Proud Mary
18. Travelin' Band

Editorial Reviews

The classic rock & roll of the '60s has been milked fervidly for years now as bands reform, re-record, and license their trademark tunes until the cream is squeezed from each note. Creedence Clearwater Revival's oeuvre may be the one towering songbook from its era left fallow by its creator. Until now. After shunning his classic songs for decades, Creedence chieftain John Fogerty has embraced them as if they're long lost pals. Premonition presents 18 live tracks performed last year by Fogerty and a four-piece backing group. While there's a sampling of new material, Fogerty's first live solo album is dominated by songs he recorded in a remarkable burst that ran from 1968-72. Premonition proves that Fogerty was the Chuck Berry of his period, with classic songs that are simple, yet profound. While most topical material from the Vietnam era hasn't dated well, "Fortunate Son" still pulses like an open wound, perhaps because it wasn't inspired by noble convictions so much as blunt resentment. The majestic "Who'll Stop the Rain," removed as it is from the turmoil that inspired it in the first place, now sounds almost Biblical. --Steven Stolder

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Customer Reviews

Possibly one of the best I've heard recorded live.
Great sound all the way through, excellent band members and each song is a tremendous performance.
Daniel Hurley
It is a Creedence Clearwater Revival/John Fogerty greatest hits album.
Jersey Kid

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Docendo Discimus on November 17, 2004
Format: Audio CD
John Fogerty's first live solo album was recorded during his late-90s tour supporting the wonderful "Blue Moon Swamp" album.

At 52, Fogerty sounds virtually as powerful as he did in the late 60s, and there is so much depth and confidence in these live performances. Opening with "Born On The Bayou" (just like in the late 60s), the track list includes classic Creedence material as well as songs from Fogerty's solo career. "Rockin' All Over The World" from his self-titled 1975 LP is here, and the underappreciated gem "Almost Saturday Night", and of course "Bad Moon Rising", "Proud Mary", "Travelin' Band" and "Who'll Stop The Rain". And yes, Fogerty did write "Rockin'" and "Almost Saturday Night".

The material from "Blue Moon Swamp" also works very well in this live setting, but it's a shame that there are only three of them...this really should have been a double disc.
Fans of John Fogerty will not be disappointed, if anything they may be pleasantly surprised, and casual listeners (and just rock fans in general) will get a fine slice of John Fogerty at his best if they pick up this delightful album. This music never grows old.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 29, 1999
Format: Audio CD
Perhaps the best of John Fogerty's albums, Blue Moon Swamp pales in comparison, and Centerfield is close. This is a great album. Who couldn't enjoy Fogerty bringing the CCR album back to life with this album. Some of the CCR songs on this album are Susie Q., I put a Spell on You, Who'll Stop the Rain, Down on the Corner, and others. It also has track from Centerfield album, including Centerfield and Old Man Down the Road. In reality this CD is just a John Fogerty greatest hits album.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth Snellgrove on March 15, 2004
Format: Audio CD
That So Called "Review" doesn't even deserve to be Called one. The only reason John Fogerty even Had a band behind him in the first place is because there is only One of him. He could have played all the instruments on the records Himself had he Chosen to. The facts are: in an interview from an old AUDIO magazine from the '80's Fogerty states that he wrote out Every Note of Every Part that was played on those records and showed them to the other members of the band. He did this because according to him, they didn't have the creativity and Restraint from Overplaying that he had. He gave in only Once to the pressure and allowed them to play what they wanted on ONE song; and afterwards he never did it again. He is the reason that those songs and those records are the timeless classics that they are, and no one can take that away from him. As with Any human being, his later works have been mixed; but overall, I would Still rather listen to ANY of It compared to the shallow, tuneless, thoughtless, emotionless, "assembly line" Obligatory PRODUCT being cranked out by the majority of people impersonating musical artists in This day and age. And having grown up in the late fifties through the '60's and being a lead guitarist myself for 35 out of my 51 years, I believe I've lived through the best musical eras that ever were. Only by living through it all can a person understand how Weak much of todays music is. You can't go wrong with classic music or artists; and Fogerty is one of the Best!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jc Arch-t on June 18, 2007
Format: Audio CD
As Creedence was pretty much the John Fogerty Show, it is nice to see and hear him on a concert tour. It seems that he has retained the same upbeat spirit that has endeared Creedence fans everywhere. After all, there are many 60's retreads out there, like Eric Clapton amd Paul McCartney still going strong, so why not John Fogerty?

Fogerty expertly recreates and reprises many Creedence hits such as the hypnotic Born on the Bayou, the easy Proud Mary, his stirring covers of I Put a Spell On You, and Susie Q,, and simple but energetic rockers like Travelin' Band and Fortunate Son. Singing and guitar playing are in top form here, and the backup band is every bit as compliant as the old Creedence, albeit less thin-sounding. New songs like Centerfield and Swamp River Days get an extra shot of adrenalin. And then there is one hearfelt ballad, Joy of My Life, with a fine slide guitar accompaniment.

If there is anything for me to be less than ecstatic about, it's that Fogerty really hasn't shown much growth or progress in his musical career. Not to worry. The album is still worth getting if you really like him and crave Creedence.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Arunas Carl Blandis on March 2, 2001
Format: Audio CD
It took a long time. The album should have been called "Phoenix". It rose out of the dust and ashes of rock & roll and finally brought happiness and great joy to the enduring fans of this superstar.
At last the passionate listener can hear (and see on video) Fogerty perform 'blasts from the past'and the new material for which we have waited so long. It is not possible to include all his greatest renditions on one album, but luckily there are enough of the 'oldies' here to send the old fans into blissful nostalgia and then be brutally brought back into reality by the sheer brilliance of the new additions to this man's historical musical library.
I have commented before about the critics' preoccupation with comparisons of Fogerty in the past and whether his voice is as good today as it was thirty years before or is his new material 'up to scratch' etc. etc. Surely the ill-informed can finally be laid to rest and be asked to leave one ear and one eye open for what must be the most inspiring and adrenalin invigorating rock & roll performance captured on CD and film in a long, long time.
If anything, "Hot Rod Heart" and "Swamp River Days" dominate the listeners' attention on this album. The resurrection of his past material, especially the forgotten songs like "Almost Saturday Night" and "Rockin' All Over The World", and also "Old Man Down The Road" and "Centrefield" are superior technically and in the voice delivery than any previous versions released by Fogerty.
His versions of the hits from the days of 'CCR' are exceptionally good with "Born On The Bayou" and "Fortunate Son" worthy of special mention. I have not heard any love ballads from Fogerty before.
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