‘Tis the season for giving, so head over to NoiseTrade for a present from Creedence to you: https://found.ee/noisetrade-ccr-sampler-r Happy holidays!
Creedence Clearwater Revival’s sophomore effort features a trippy, out-of-focus cover and two of their most enduring songs, the opening “Born on the Bayou” and bonafide American standard “Proud Mary,” later covered by Ike and Tina Turner, Elvis Presley, Solomon Burke, Chet Atkins with the Boston Pops, and many more. Get Bayou Country as part of the Half-Speed Masters 7-LP box set: found.ee/ccr-studioalbums-r
We're excited to officially unveil Have You Ever Seen The Rain. Filmed in “Big Sky” Montana, and featuring Jack Quaid, Erin Moriarty and Sasha Frolova, this project pays tribute to Creedence Clearwater Revival’s enduring and timeless standard. This is a story about friendship, adventure and nostalgia. What does the song mean to you? Watch in full here: https://found.ee/ccr-haveyouever-project-r
Have You Ever Seen The Rain: now playing! Watch first now via People: https://found.ee/ccr-haveyouever-people-r #CCRHaveYouEver
Creedence’s The Studio Albums Collection (7-LP deluxe box set) is out now! In addition to half-speed mastered, 180-gram versions of all seven CCR studio albums, the box set includes an attractive hardback book featuring archival photos and new liner notes from music journalist Roy Trakin. It’s the ultimate comprehensive collection for diehard fans, as well as the perfect way to initiate newcomers to CCR’s timeless rock. Get yours: https://found.ee/ccr-studioalbums-craft-lp-r
Released in the summer of 1968, Creedence Clearwater Revival’s self-titled debut begins with the faint sound of gongs, then the rat-a-tat of Doug “Cosmo” Clifford’s snare drum before John’s snarling take on Screamin Jay Hawkins’ “I Put a Spell on You,” announcing the arrival of an important new rock ’n’ roll voice. Now, fifty years later, Creedence are widely recognized as the greatest American rock band of their era, the stateside answer to The Beatles. Get Creedence Clearwater Revival’s self-titled debut as part of the Half-Speed Masters 7-LP box set: found.ee/ccr-studioalbums-r
On November 2, 1969, Creedence Clearwater Revival released their fourth album Willy and the Poor Boys. This album, plus Creedence's entire studio output, has been lovingly remastered at half-speed via Abbey Road Studios for the upcoming The Studio Albums Collection 7-LP box set. Available for pre-order from Craft Recordings: found.ee/ccr-studioalbums-r #CCR50
Happy Halloween! Watch the "Bad Moon Rising" lyrics video on YouTube: https://found.ee/ccr-badmoonrising-youtube-r
Each album in CCR's upcoming Complete Studio Albums 7-LP box set was remastered at half-speed from the original analog tapes at the legendary Abbey Road Studios. Check out this article to watch a video with genius mastering engineer Miles Showell (whose credits include the 50th anniversary edition of The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band) explaining his process. The box set comes out Nov. 30 from Craft Recordings and is available for pre-order on their web store now.