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John Fogerty: Centerfield

Review by Mitchell Cohen, Creem, April 1985

I have a better title, except Malamud already claimed it: The Natural. John Fogerty's sound could never be pinned down to time or ...

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Steven Rosen talks to John Fogerty (1997)

Interview by Steven Rosen, Rock's Backpages Audio, April 1997

John Fogerty on guitar playing versus songwriting, and how he's got better.

File format: MP3 File size: 883.1k<br> Interview length: 1 minute 10 seconds Sound quality: ***

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John Fogerty

Retrospective by Greg Shaw, Phonograph Record, September 1973

JOHN FOGERTY is many things, none of them ordinary. Besides his obvious musical ability, he is unique even among musicians. A loner, self-reliant and firmly ...

John Fogerty: John Fogerty

Review by Bud Scoppa, Rolling Stone, October 1975

JOHN FOGERTY singlehandedly prepares records that are virtually perfect in execution as well as conception: brilliantly concise self-expression, captivating and broad-based radio music. Though he ...

John Fogerty: John Fogerty

Review by Gene Sculatti, Creem, December 1975

IT'S BEEN TEN or twelve years since the East Bay Golliwogs traipsed onto some crepe-strewn highschool gym floor and set up, almost a decade since ...

John Fogerty Looks At Rock In ‘76

Interview by Greg Shaw, Phonograph Record, April 1976

''Let's face it," John Fogerty was saying, "could I wear eye shadow and get away with it?" He was speaking of the sense of alienation ...

Where Has John Fogerty Gone?

Essay by Dave Marsh, Musician, April 1981

As apocalyptic anxiety at nameless dread descend on the body politic, how relevant the work of Creedence Clearwater now seems. ...

John Fogerty: Centerfield (Warner Bros.)

Review by Barney Hoskyns, NME, 1985

TIME STANDS still in Fogertyville. It’s ten years since the old Creedence leader made a record and nothing much has changed. There’s a few syndrums ...

John Fogerty: Centerfield (Warner Bros.) *****

Review by Sandy Robertson, Sounds, February 1985

IN TERMS of influence, rather than current hitmaking potential, John Fogerty can't be overestimated. Forget that Bonnie Tyler did 'Have You Ever Seen The Rain', ...

John Fogerty: Fogerty Returns To The Stage

Live Review by Michael Goldberg, Rolling Stone, March 1985

Oldies highlight show for cable TV ...

The Natural Is Back

Interview by Mark Leviton, BAM, March 1985

WHAT BECOMES a legend most? You won't find John Fogerty in mink. He favors checked flannel shirts, suspenders, jeans and work boots, would rather go ...

Bill Graham: Tribute Concert, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

Live Review by Michael Goldberg, Rolling Stone, December 1991

ON SUNDAY, November 3rd, more than 300,000 people showed up at the Polo Field in Golden Gate Park for the biggest rock concert ever held ...

John Fogerty: Swamp Thing

Interview by Dave DiMartino, Rolling Stone, June 1997

AFTER 10 LONG YEARS, John Fogerty is back with Blue Moon Swamp, his first album since 1986's Eye of the Zombie, and it is a far better, breezier affair. ...

John Fogerty: Rock Now, Pay Later

Interview by Bill Prince, Q, July 1997

Life's a bitch when you lose a few million in a big banking scam, get sued for plagiarising yourself and haven't released a record in ...

John Fogerty

Interview by Craig Werner, Goldmine, July 1997

THE HISTORY of rock'n'roll bears witness to the power of the unmistakably individual voice bubbling up from subterranean reservoirs of the blues, gospel, and country ...

John Fogerty

Interview by Craig Werner, Goldmine, July 1998

Just before he embarked on last summer's Blue Moon Swamp tour, John Fogerty told Goldmine that "the new John and the old John are the ...

John Fogerty: The Long Road Home

Interview by Gene Sculatti, ICE, October 2005

IT'S NOT HARD TO UNDERSTAND how a popular artist might tire of singing the words to his biggest hits after decades of doing so. Year ...

see also Blue Ridge Rangers

see also Creedence Clearwater Revival

see also Golliwogs, The

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