|Performer:||Creedence Clearwater Revival|
|Title:||Proud Mary / Born On The Bayou|
|Style:||Country Rock, Classic Rock|
|Other format:||AUD WMA DMF FLAC MOD ADX DTS|
Bayou Country is the second studio album by American rock band Creedence Clearwater Revival, released by Fantasy Records in January 1969, and was the first of three albums CCR released in that year. After ten years of struggling as the Blue Velvets and the Golliwogs, singer/guitarist John Fogerty, his brother guitarist Tom Fogerty, bassist Stu Cook and drummer Doug Clifford scored a hit single with "Susie Q" in June 1968 under the name Creedence Clearwater Revival.
Creedence Clearwater Revival. Produced by John Fogerty. Left a good job in the city Workin' for the man every night and day And I never lost one minute of sleepin' Worryin' 'bout the way things might have been Big wheel keep on turnin' Proud Mary keep on burnin' Rollin', rollin', rollin' on the river. Back in the fall of 1967 - before the release of our first Creedence album - I bought a small notebook and began keeping a list of song-title ideas. My first entry was Proud Mary. I didn’t really know what those two words meant but I liked how they sounded together. Bayou Country Creedence Clearwater Revival. 1. Born On The Bayou.
Lyrics to "Born On The Bayou" song by Creedence Clearwater Revival: Now, when I was just a little boy, Standin' to my Daddy's knee, My poppa said, "Son, don't let the . .Wish I was back on the Bayou. Rollin' with some Cajun Queen. Wishin' I were a fast freight train, Just a chooglin' on down to New Orleans. Do it, do it, do it, do it. Oh, Lord. Oh get back boy. I can remember the fourth of July, Runnin' through the backwood bare. And I can still hear my old hound dog barkin', Chasin' down a hoodoo there. Chasin' down a hoodoo there. album: "Bayou Country" (1969). Born On The Bayou Bootleg Graveyard Train Good Gooly Miss Molly Penthouse Pauper Proud Mary Keep On Chooglin'.
Fogerty, who is from the very unswamplike Berkeley, California, got his first look at a bayou courtesy of John Fred, the one-hit wonder who sang "Judy In Disguise (with Glasses). Fred was from Louisiana, and when Creedence played a show in Baton Rouge in 1969, he met Fogerty at a rehearsal and offered to take him to a real bayou. Hoodoo was the name of a 1976 solo album by Fogerty that he never released. Born on the Bayou," "Proud Mary," and "Choolgin'" were all connected in John Fogerty's mind. In Bad Moon Rising, he said, "I was writing these at night, and I remember that Bobby Kennedy got killed during this time.
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|Fantasy 619||Creedence Clearwater Revival||Proud Mary / Born On The Bayou (7", Single)||Fantasy||Fantasy 619||US||1968|
|Fantasy 619||Creedence Clearwater Revival||Proud Mary / Born On The Bayou (7", Single, Mono)||Fantasy||Fantasy 619||Canada||1969|
|LR-2259||Creedence Clearwater Revival||Proud Mary / Born On The Bayou (7", Single, Red)||Liberty||LR-2259||Japan||1969|
|FANT-619||Creedence Clearwater Revival||Proud Mary / Born On The Bayou (7", Single, RE)||Fantasy||FANT-619||US||1969|
|IS 20079||Creedence Clearwater Revival||Proud Mary / Born On The Bayou (7", Single)||America Records||IS 20079||Italy||1969|