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Creedence Clearwater Revival - Pendulum

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Scan submitted/created by [MisterKite]
HQ Scans:
Publisher: Fantasy Discos
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Date :1970
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1.
Pagan Baby(Fogerty)
6:25
Song
Regular
1970
Creedence Clearwater Revival
2.
Sailor's Lament(Fogerty)
3:47
Song
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1970
Creedence Clearwater Revival
3.
Chameleon(Fogerty)
3:05
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1970
Creedence Clearwater Revival
4.
Have You Ever Seen The Rain?(Fogerty)
2:39
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1970
Creedence Clearwater Revival
5.
(Wish I Could) Hide Away(Fogerty)
3:53
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(date unknown)
Creedence Clearwater Revival
6.
Born To Move(Fogerty)
5:39
Song
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(date unknown)
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7.
Hey Tonight(Fogerty)
2:43
Song
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(date unknown)
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8.
It's Just A Thought(Fogerty)
3:45
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1970
Creedence Clearwater Revival
9.
Molina(Fogerty)
2:41
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1970
Creedence Clearwater Revival
10.
Rude Awakening # 2(Fogerty)
6:19
Song
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1970
Creedence Clearwater Revival
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Reviews

Review by: ringoswigOn 21 Jan 2007 at 05:47 CET
Heralding a significant change in musical direction for the band, Pendulum sees Creedence Clearwater Revival get into experimental mode for the first time. OK, OK, it's not exactly the second coming of Frank Zappa or anything, but the group definitely makes an effort to broaden its sound, as instruments like organs and horn sections make an appearance on a CCR album for the first time. The results are mostly good, although a few of the tracks fall flat. The nearly prog-like instrumental 'Rude Awakening No. 2' is unspeakably dull, and the overall sound on many other tracks is a little bit too tame for my liking. Also, whoever is responsible for the amateur-sounding horn arrangements on some of the songs - such as the otherwise great 'Chameleon' - needs to be shot. They don't even sound like horns, dag nammit! I also find the generic fast rocker 'Molina' to be quite irritating, even if it does have some energy going for it. To me, it's just one of those songs that sounds like it was thrown together in about thirty minutes - and not in a spontaneous, inspired kind of way, either.

Still, there are some winners on the album. The ferocious 'Pagan Baby' rocks like the CCR of old, right down to John Fogarty's abrasive guitar and the loose ramshackle rhythm section - it's the last truly great CCR rocker. Also recommendable is 'Hey Tonight,' which features an ear-catching guitar riff and classic neck-vein-popping vocals from John. If you're in the mood for another one of those great CCR ballads then look no further than 'Have You Ever Seen The Rain,' a fantastic track played with more passion than most bands could ever hope to muster. I'm not sure why I always notice the marvelous bass guitar line on this one - it's deceptively simple, but it really holds the track together quite well. Well done, Mr. Cook, sir! The slow burning, organ-driven groove rocker 'It's Just A Thought' is also quite good, and with some louder guitars 'Born To Move' could have been a classic.

Overall, this album is quite good. It's appeal isn't as immediate as most of CCR's other albums, but it's merits become more apparent with each successive listen. Give it a chance, and you'll be rewarded in the long run. Seven out of ten.

Review by: BEATLEDOOD55On 22 May 2011 at 03:53 CET
The only thing I find "quite irritating" is ringoswig's lame review of this classic
album. Granted, "Rude Awakening #2" is a throwaway but the rest of the album is amongst their best. As most true Creedence fans know, John Fogerty (not FogArty!) arranged and played the horns on "Chameleon"
as he did on "Travelin' Band" which is why both songs have the same
type of horns which makes "Cosmo's Factory" the first Creedence
album to use horns, not "Pendulum". Remember the sax solo on "Long As I Can See The Light"?? "Molina" is a great rocker and hardly irritating. It was
even issued as a single in some parts of the world. Most songwriters would
kill to be able to "throw together" a song as great as this in 30 minutes! If
you're a new Creedence fan ignore any negative reviews and let the music
speak for itself and if you're going to write reviews it would be "recommendable" (not actually a word!) to learn to spell the artist's
name before doing so!


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Filename: eci1-2
Originally filled by: hkb
Date of creation: 14 May 2006 13:20:29
Last filled by: dale
Last Revision Date : 16 Aug 2013 14:30:10
Online on : 27 May 2011
Type of media: Official CD


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