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11 Unmissable Songs By Creedence Clearwater Revival
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11 Unmissable Songs By Creedence Clearwater Revival

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Updated: 24 April 2017
Iconic band Creedence Clearwater Revival played a prominent role in the boom of Southern rock in the 1970s, but many of their listeners are unaware that their swampy sound actually originated in the Bay Area. Musicians John Fogerty, Doug Clifford, and Stu Cook met at Portola Junior High School in El Cerrito, California, located between Berkeley and Richmond. Read on to find a list of their most popular songs!

‘Have You Ever Seen The Rain?’ — Pendulum, (1970)

‘Long as I Can See the Light’ — Cosmo’s Factory, (1970)

‘Proud Mary’ — Bayou Country, (1969)

‘Down on the Corner’ — Willy and Poor Boys, (1969)

‘I Heard it Through the Grapevine’ ft. Norman Whitfield, Barrett Strong — Cosmo’s Factory, (1970)

‘Fortunate Son’ — Willy and the Poor Boys, (1969)

‘Bad Moon Rising’ — Green River, (1969)

‘The Midnight Special’ — Willy and the Poor Boys, (1969)

‘Born on the Bayou’ — Bayou Country, (1969)

‘Ramble Tamble’ — Cosmo’s Factory, (1970)

‘Up Around the Bend’ — Cosmo’s Factory, (1970)