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Chronicle, Vol. 1 album for sale by Creedence Clearwater Revival was released Oct 25, 1990 on the Fantasy label. Digitally remastered by Gary Hobish (1994, Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California). Chronicle, Vol. 1 songs Digitally remastered by George Horn (Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California). Chronicle, Vol. 1 album for sale Digitally remastered by George Horn (1995, Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California). Chronicle, Vol. 1 CD music Guided, perhaps, by musical snobbery or roots-rock phobia, some people inexplicably don't like Creedence Clearwater Revival. As the kings of earnest country-inflected rock in an age when radical stances were de rigueur, CCR sported straight-ahead tunes, and may have seemed a bit unhip. But their music stands the test of time with a vengeance. Chronicle, Vol. 1 CD music contains a single disc with 20 songs. ...See Full Description
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They didn't look very smoot hand their music had a jagged edge to it but CCR could really rock. "Travelin' Band", which is too short, rediscovers the sound that Little Richard had lost whilst "Grapevine" (although really too long at 11 minutes) is a real classic.
By a reviewer (ex "Liverpool,UK")
||fine for what it is|
All the hits are here plus a very few lesser-known gems. No rocknroll collection is complete without some Creedence, the only question is whether you want to stop here or go for the original albums, which all contain great songs that were never singles.
By genethem (Fort Collins, CO, USA)
||ONLY 16 REVIEWS?!|
This is top 50 on the overall sales, and there's only 16 reviews?! CCR is one of the best bands of all time, period.
By CD_Music_Freak (Earth)
||CCR is great|
if you like CCR you will love this cd. lsot s of great tunes and no one can beat John Fogerty the cd is great the band is great so definatly pick up this cd.
By metalhed2112 (Chicago Illinois)
||Not bad for a greatest hits collection by CCR!|
This 1976 compilation by Creedence Clearwater Revival is sort of a good CD but not the best. I have a few of these classic songs on two of my CCR remastered albums on CD too like "Up Around The Bend", "Run Through The Jungle", "Lookin' Out My Back Door", "I Heard It Through The Grapevine", "Travelin' Band", "Fortunate Son" and "Down On The Corner" that's it.
By Jason Ross (Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada)
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Chronicle, Vol. 1 songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1034733|
|Release Date||Oct 25, 1990|
|Recording Time||67 minutes|
|Personnel||John Fogerty - vocals, guitar|
Stu Cook - bass
Doug Clifford - drums
Tom Fogerty - guitar
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The Eagles: Bernie Leadon (vocals, guitar, slide guitar, pedal steel guitar, banjo, mandolin); Don Felder (vocals, guitar, slide guitar, steel guitar, keyboards); Glen Frey, Joe Walsh (vocals, guitar, slide guitar, keyboards); Randy Meisner (vocals, guitar, guitarron, bass); Don Henley (vocals, drums, percussion); Timothy B. Schmit (vocals, bass).
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Photographer: Brad Stanley.
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