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Creedence Gold

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Proud Mary
3:08  
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Down On The Corner
2:43  
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Bad Moon Rising
2:20  
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I Heard It through The Grape Vine
11:04  
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The Midnight Special
4:12  
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Have You Ever Seen the Rain
2:39  
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Born On The Bayou
5:16  
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Suzie Q
8:35  
Album Information

Total Tracks: 8   Total Length: 39:57

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No Reservations

weeble11

Yup, as an artifact of the Vietnam War era, it's hard to find its equal. Every track a winner.

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this tape

Steve_O

was in everyone's car during the 70s and 80s. Everyone had it.

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CCR is Gold

johroh

I was 14yrs young when this album was released. When I first heard Proud Mary on the radio I pedaled my Schwin Blue racer to the store to guy it. I wore out the first vinyl copy and then a second. There is another album titled More Credence Gold that is just as good. These are MUST HAVE recordings.

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GREAT GOLD MUSIC

paulamus

One Of the best bands from this time. Songs never sound old. Good party music.

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CCR RULES:)

g_amsbk

My parents grew up on it, I grew up on it and so will my boys.Hell ya....

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CCR Rules

russhughes

Hey lumberjackass -- add me as a friend.

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CCR : What else can you say???

Ironman

CCR What else can you say! In my opinion one of the greatest bands of all time. Timeless music that will live on long after the baby boomers are gone. Havgunwiltrav

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CCR lives on!!!!!!!!!!!

HickGirl

I love listening to all these tunes!!! I collected so many of their 45's when I was a young teen. These songs bring back the care-free times of youth. Sounds great!!!

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Excellent

BigMac

This is the real deal. It's a good recording, and it's CCR. This is one of the best downloads on eMusic.

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They Say All Music Guide

Creedence Gold is a collection of Creedence Clearwater Revival’s hit singles. Unfortunately, the album is a little too small to meet anybody’s needs. A mere eight tracks are featured on Creedence Gold. Admittedly, these are eight tracks of amazing quality, but those looking for a more thorough collection will be pleased with the much more in-depth Chronicle, Vol. 1. Creedence Gold shows off the musical talent involved in the band. The 11-plus-minute “I Heard It Through the Grapevine” is a fine showcase for Creedence’s lead guitar styling, while “Born on the Bayou” is a fine sampler of how the band worked as a unit. By no means is Creedence Gold a bad album. Indeed, the eight tracks featured are eight of the best moments in their respective genres. As a compilation of Creedence’s career, however, Creedence Gold fails miserably. – Ben Davies

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