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Deja Vu All Over Again album for sale by John Fogerty was released Sep 21, 2004 on the Geffen label. Attention rock & roll fans! Presenting John Fogerty -- the name you know, the music you trust -- in a new, improved 2004 version! DEJA VU ALL OVER AGAIN contains tunes that admirers of classic rock can appreciate, like the old-school acoustic blues-rock of "Honey Do." The record features themes reminiscent of Fogerty's heyday, particularly the quasi-political title track. And just when you thought it couldn't get any better, there's Mark Knopfler laying down those "Sultans of Swing" licks on "Nobody's Here Anymore." Owing a lot to Creedence Clearwater Revival circa PENDULUM, the DEJA VU of the album's title feels more like a summing up. The crispy riffs of "She's Got Baggage" and the Cream-y "In the Garden" may rock harder, leaner, and cleaner than anything Fogerty has ever done, but "Rhubarb Pie" and "I Will Walk with You" have a feel reminiscent of Fogerty's BLUE RIDGE RANGERS album. Deja Vu All Over Again CD music contains a single disc with 10 songs. ...See Full Description
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John Fogerty - Deja Vu All Over Again Album Track Listing
|1||Deja Vu (All Over Again) See All 6||4:13|| $0.99|
|2||Sugar-Sugar (In My Life)||3:30|| $0.99|
|3||She's Got Baggage See All 2||2:35|| $0.99|
|5||Honey Do||2:52|| $0.99|
|6||Nobody's Here Anymore||4:03|| $0.99|
|7||I Will Walk With You||3:03|| $0.99|
|8||Rhubarb Pie||3:16|| $0.99|
|9||Wicked Old Witch||3:27|| $0.99|
|10||In the Garden||3:51|| $0.99|
Deja Vu All Over Again buy CD music Customer Reviews
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||The album of the year!|
I've been a John Fogerty fan since 1968. Creedence was my favorite band and I've also loved all of John's solo work.
By jmf88 (New Jersey)
||Very, Very good|
I highly recommend this one. More of a subtle rock than Deja Vu, but still outstanding. Words are meaningful and a great variety in the music(beat).
By rudyhollywood (Charleston, Ill USA)
||Can't go wrong|
As someone that grew up on Credence, this is yet another fine example of the solid and never ending genius of Mr.
By mh1957 (Tolland, CT)
||Not the old CCR|
A few good cuts, but not worth waiting seven years for.
By setuch (Richmond, VA)
It is exactly that Deja Vu All Over Again. Sounds like CCR by the guy who was CCR. He just keeps Rollin`
By bigjim400 (Cedartown, GA)
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Deja Vu All Over Again songs Former Creedence Clearwater Revival singer John Fogerty has managed to forge a profitable solo career for himself since the dissolution of the group that made his name. Here, Fogerty performs a mixture of solo and Creedence-era work, including version of hits such as "Bad Moon Rising" and "Fortunate Son." The show was captured on camera at Los Angeles' Wiltern Theater.
Recorded live in concert last year at Los Angeles' legendary Wiltern Theater, this one of a kind concert DVD serves as the perfect companion piece to last year's CD The Long Road Home, The Ultimate John Fogerty - Creedence Collection. Included are 26 electrifying versions of CCR and Fogerty solo hits. Martyn ...
|Long Road Home: The Ultimate John Fogerty/Creedence Collection CDs (2005)
Deja Vu All Over Again CD music In 2005, John Fogerty re-signed with Fantasy Records, the label of his legendary former band, Creedence Clearwater Revival. Given Fogerty's tumultuous history with the company, this reunion proved to be especially significant, and allowed for the first retrospective of the revered performer's entire career. With its non-linear order, THE LONG ROAD HOME chronicles the winding path of Fogerty's artistic output over its 25 tracks, ranging from Creedence's late-1960s/early-'70s material (the swampy "Born on a Bayou," the wistful "Have You Ever Seen the Rain?") to Fogerty's successful mid-'80s work (the baseball anthem "Centerfield") to his late-'90s comeback (the revved-up "Hot Rod Heart"). Since THE LONG ROAD HOME focuses on Fogerty's own songs, a few beloved Creedence cover tunes (including "Suzie Q" and "I Put a Spell on You") are absent, but fans will be rewarded by energetic live versions of "Fortunate Son" and "Hey Tonight" that were recorded in 2005.
Liner Note Author: Jim Bessman.
Recording information: Tweeter Center, Camden, NJ.
Photographers: Bob Fogerty; Brian Lima; Norman Seeff.
Arrangers: John Fogerty; Stu Cook; Doug Clifford.
Personnel: John Fogerty (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, dobro, mandolin, electric sitar, harmonica, saxophone, piano, organ, congas, cowbells, maracas, tambourine, tumba, background vocals); John Fogerty (bass guitar, drums, percussion); Tom Fogerty (guitar, background vocals); Johnny Lee Schell, Johnnie Lee Schnell (guitar); Stu Cook (piano, acoustic bass, bass guitar, background vocals); Benmont Tench (organ); Howie Epstein, Paul Bushnell , George Hawkins, Bob Glaub (bass guitar); Alex Acuña (percussion); Don Rigsby, George Hawkins, Kenny Smith , Ronnie Bowman (background vocals); Bob Britt (guitar, slide guitar, background vocals); Matt Nolen (guitar, keyboards); Billy Burnette (guitar, background vocals); Mike Canipe (guitar); Doug Clifford (drums, background vocals); John Molo, Kenny Aronoff (drums); Luis Conte (tambourine); Julia Waters, Maxine Willard Waters, Oren Waters (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: John Fogerty; Dan Certa.
|Centerfield CD (1985) Top Seller
Deja Vu All Over Again buy CD music "Put me in coach, I'm ready to play." These are lines familiar to any baseball fan, for John Fogerty's "Centerfield" has become the unofficial song of our national pastime. Those lines also signaled Fogerty's return to the music business after a ten-year absence. The music is mighty familiar, as Fogerty works the same terrain he mined for gold with Creedence Clearwater Revival from 1968-1972. The riff of the opening track, "The Old Man Down the Road," sounds so much like the Creedence hit "Run Through the Jungle" that Fogerty was sued by his former record company for plagiarizing himself. (He won the suit, the court upholding a composer's right to sound like himself.) "Old Man" was a Top Ten single, and this album reached number one itself. "Big Train (From Memphis)" is a rockabilly salute to Elvis, while "I Saw It on TV" takes us on a trip through the '50s and '60s "from Hooter to Doodyville," via the boob tube. "Searchlight" recalls "Keep On Chooglin" and the other extended one-chord jams of the Creedence days. Fogerty also lashes out at his old nemesis Saul Zaentz, head of that former label, Fantasy Records, with whom he had battled (and lost) over rights to his own catalog of Creedence songs. On "Mr. Greed" and "Zanz Kant Danz" (renamed "Vanz Kant Danz" on later pressings due again to the threat of lawsuit), he vents his anger over these past legal battles and foretells the one to come over "Old Man." Fans hoped Centerfield would indeed mark the return of John Fogerty to the playing field, but after releasing the bitter Eye of the Zombie the following year, he disappeared again, not to return until 1997's Blue Moon Swamp. ~ Jim Newsom
All tracks have been digitally remastered.
Recorded at The Plant Studios, Sausalito, California.
Personnel: John Fogerty (vocals, guitar).
Audio Remasterer: Bob Ludwig.
Recording information: The Plant Studios, Sausalito, CA.
Photographer: Stuart Watson .
Arranger: John Fogerty.
Shangri-La CD (2004)
Deja Vu All Over Again album for sale Mark Knopfler's first excursions outside of Dire Straits were film soundtracks, where his guitar mastery served him well. Starting in the mid-1990s, he embarked on a proper post-Straits solo career. By the time of 2004's SHANGRI-LA, Knopfler had almost entirely left behind the expansive instrumental textures of his former band in favor of a more straight-ahead singer/songwriter approach, which works wonderfully here. Knopfler keeps things low-key throughout most of SHANGRI-LA, with quietly intoned, often drolly sardonic lyrics, supple finger-picked guitar lines, and songs full of subtly crafted surprises.
There's a wealth of unusual topics on offer here; "Boom, Like That" is a first-person monologue by Knopfler in the voice of Ray Kroc, the man behind the McDonald's fast-food empire. The bluesy "Song for Sonny Liston" chronicles the famed boxer's brushes with the underworld. "Donegan's Gone" laments the passing of British folk/skiffle pioneer Lonnie Donegan, a key influence on Knopfler and scores of other British rockers. Departing from the more folk-oriented sound of its predecessor, THE RAGPICKER'S DREAM, SHANGRI-LA more fully develops the detail-oriented, irony-laced songwriting style Knopfler first hinted at in Dire Straits tunes like "Money for Nothing."
Personnel: Mark Knopfler (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bottleneck guitar, Spanish guitar); Mark Knopfler; Paul Franklin (pedal steel guitar); Jim Cox (harmonica, melodica, piano, organ); Glenn Worf (bass instrument, upright bass); Richard Bennett (guitar, acoustic guitar, steel guitar, tiple); Guy Fletcher (piano, Fender Rhodes piano, harmonium, Clavinet, organ, Wurlitzer organ); Chad Cromwell (drums, percussion).
Recording information: Shagri-La Studios, Malibu.
|Blue Moon Swamp CD (1997)
Deja Vu All Over Again CD music BLUE MOON SWAMP won the 1998 Grammy Award for Best Rock Album and was nominated for the 1998 Grammy for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical. "Blueboy" was nominated for a 1998 Grammy Award for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance.
On his first album in 11 years, CCR mastermind Fogerty comes charging out of the gate with undiminished authority. BLUE MOON SWAMP is full of the straight-ahead roots-rock that made Creedence a legend. It's rumored that the recording of this album was painstakingly slow, with Fogerty spending months to get the right drum and guitar sound for each track. It's the mark of a true craftsman that for all it's intensive production and the large cast of guests, BLUE MOON SWAMP still sounds like Fogerty just ambled into the studio with a few pals and laid it all down.
While there are a few stylistic diversions, like the Tex-Mex-flavored "Bring It Down To Jelly Roll," the bulk of the material is virtually identical in approach and tone to that of Fogerty's glory days. The amazing thing is that he never sounds tired or stale. If anything, he sounds more self-assured and powerful than on his previous solo outings. When Fogerty trots out the tremolo-guitar intro to "A Hundred And Ten In The Shade," you can feel the pure, blues-inflected rock and roll inspiration that lies at the heart of his finest work.
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The Waters: Julia Waters, Maxine Waters, Oren Waters (background vocals).
Personnel: John Fogerty (vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, lap steel guitar, dobro, bouzouki, mandolin, sitar, organ, tambourine); Donald "Duck" Dunn, Howie Epstein, John Clayton, Michael Rhodes , Phil Chen, Bob Glaub (bass instrument); Kenny Aronoff (drums, percussion); Chester Thompson , Jeff Donavan, Eddie Bayers, Chad Smith , Vinnie Colaiuta (drums); Luis Conte (claves, maracas, tambourine, percussion).
The Fairfield Four includes: James Hill, Isaac Freeman (background vocals).
The Lonesome River Band: Ronnie Bowman, Don Rigsby, Kenny Smith (background vocals).
|Revival CD (2007) Top Seller
Deja Vu All Over Again buy CD music Like cowboy hats and political scandal, John Fogerty is a timeless American tradition. Ever since he led Creedence Clearwater Revival to their status as America's first great heartland rock band, John Fogerty has been the musical equivalent of Henry Fonda, Gary Cooper, and JFK rolled into one. Through CCR's breakup and his subsequent solo career, Fogerty's music has adhered to its original template of swampy blues-rock with splashes of country/folk twang, and 2007's REVIVAL is no exception.
Even after four decades of recording, Fogerty's voice sounds remarkably fresh and unchanged. The sound that emanates from the opening cut, "Don't You Wish it Was True," is as pure and unsullied as the utopian wish conveyed by the lyrics. And for a man who spent years refusing to play his back catalog and enduring litigation over his old band's material, it's interesting to hear him acknowledge his past so wholeheartedly; on the sly "Creedence Son "his guitar teases old CCR licks, and "I Can't Take it No More" references "Fortunate Son." By playing to his strengths and reeling out bluesy, rootsy riffs and belting in his patented salty-but-sweet manner, Fogerty reiterates his continued status as an American musical icon.
Recording information: G Studio Digital, Studio City, CA; NRG Recording, North Hollywood, CA; Soundstudio Lowengasse, Frankfurt, Germany.
Photographers: Nela König; Julie Fogerty.
Arranger: John Fogerty.
Personnel: John Fogerty (vocals, guitar); Hunter Perrin (guitar); Benmont Tench (Wurlitzer organ); Kenny Aronoff (drums, percussion); Julia Waters, Maxine Willard Waters, Oren Waters (background vocals).
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