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The Singles Collection Box set, Limited Edition
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Features 9 Top 10 hits including Bad Moon Rising, Down On The Corner, Fortunate Son, Have You Ever Seen The Rain?, and 26 more!
Special 40 page perfect-bound booklet featuring all-new liner notes by noted rock historian Ben Fong-Torres, rare single sleeves and memorabilia. This is the 'must have' collector's package for all rock 'n' roll vinyl fans. A special limited edition of 10,000 housed in a collectible box. All singles are in their original Mono radio mixes except for promotional single 45 Revolutions Per Minute.
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The group that would one day come to be known as Creedence Clearwater Revival was formed by four high school students in El Cerrito, California back in 1959. When they signed with Fantasy in 1964 they billed themselves as The Golliwogs. What sets "The Singles Collection" apart from other CCR anthologies released in the past is that you will find three of these early Golliwogs songs included here. Check out "Porterville" "Walking On the Water" and "Call It Pretending" for a hint of the greatness that was yet to come. The boys re-branded themselves as Creedence Clearwater Revival in 1968 and reissued an old Golliwogs 45 "Porterville" b/w Call It Pretending" but still the record went nowhere. Finally in the fall of '68 CCR hit the charts for the very first time with a re-make of the old Dale Hawkins tune "Suzie-Q". The song peaked at #11 nationwide and CCR was off and running.Read more ›
Fogerty wrote with the goal of placing his songs alongside the R&B hits the group had grown up loving on Oakland's KWBR and Sacramento's KRAK. His originals stood toe-to-toe on album, airwave and top-40 chart with covers of "Suzie Q," "I Put a Spell on You" and "I Heard it Through the Grapevine." Included here are the A- and B-sides of thirteen original singles, ranging from 1968's "Porterville" (b/w "Call it Pretending") through 1972's "Someday Never Comes" (b/w "Tearin' Up the Country"). Also included is the single-edit of "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" (b/w "Good Golly Miss Molly") that was released in 1976, four years after the group disbanded, and both sides of the stereo promotion-only experiment "45 Revolutions Per Minute.Read more ›
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This review concerns the vinyl release. All the mono mixes sound great. The vinyl pressing is good quality. The art on the sleeves look great. The book is nicely done as well. Read morePublished 2 months ago by RFV
not quite the expected item I hoped it was, dvd was alittle poor in quality and alittle sort, ( music was short version).Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
I've loved this band since I was a teenager. Love hearing John Fogerty's voice. I am so happy I got this CD. The bonus DVD has 4 songs. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Ally H.