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The Singles Collection


Download links and information about The Singles Collection by Creedence Clearwater Revival. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop genres. It contains 30 tracks with total duration of 01:35:30 minutes.

Artist: Creedence Clearwater Revival
Release date: 2009
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop
Tracks: 30
Duration: 01:35:30
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No. Title Length
1. Porterville (Mono Single) 2:17
2. Call It Pretending (Mono Single) 2:10
3. Suzie Q, Pt. 1 (Mono Single) 4:38
4. Suzie Q, Pt. 2 (Mono Single) 3:52
5. I Put a Spell On You (Mono Single) 4:33
6. Walking On the Water (Mono Single) 4:41
7. Proud Mary (Mono Single) 3:12
8. Born On the Bayou (Mono Single) 3:50
9. Bad Moon Rising (Mono Single) 2:20
10. Lodi (Mono Single) 3:12
11. Green River (Mono Single) 2:36
12. Commotion (Mono Single) 2:42
13. Fortunate Son (Mono Single) 2:21
14. Down On the Corner (Mono Single) 2:41
15. Travelin' Band (Mono Single) 2:08
16. Who'll Stop the Rain (Mono Single) 2:28
17. Run Through the Jungle (Mono Single) 3:08
18. Up Around the Bend (Mono Single) 2:41
19. Long As I Can See the Light (Mono Single) 3:30
20. Lookin' Out My Back Door (Mono Single) 2:34
21. Have You Ever Seen the Rain? (Mono Single) 2:40
22. Hey Tonight (Mono Single) 2:42
23. Sweet Hitch-Hiker (Mono Single) 2:57
24. Door to Door (Mono Single) 2:06
25. Someday Never Comes (Mono Single) 4:02
26. Tearin' Up the Country (Mono Single) 2:15
27. I Heard It Through the Grapevine (Mono Single) 3:52
28. Good Golly, Miss Molly (Mono Single) 2:44
29. 45 Revolutions Per Minute, Pt. 1 (Stereo Single) 3:18
30. 45 Revolutions Per Minute, Pt. 2 (Stereo Single) 7:20



Creedence Clearwater Revival were a remarkable singles band, cranking out a string of Top Ten singles that matched the band’s chunky rhythm section with singer John Fogerty’s wolfman howl. The R&B influences can be heard in their covers of Dale Hawkins’ “Suzie Q,” Screamin’ Jay Hawkins’ “I Put a Spell On You,” and Motown’s “I Heard It Through the Grapevine,” and in the husky, soulful rasp of such originals as “Proud Mary,” “Born On the Bayou,” “Down On the Corner,” and “Run Through the Jungle.” This collection also includes the many lesser-known B-sides that were also a part of the band’s appeal. “45 Revolutions Per Minute” is a bizarre psychedelic piece of sound collage, but the bluesy garage-rock creep of “Walking On the Water” and “Tearin’ Up the Country,” (the country vamp written by drummer Doug Clifford) and the flipside to the sad finality of “Someday Never Comes,” are lesser-known examples of the band’s San Francisco-based Louisiana “Swamp Rock.” No band got more done in three minutes than CCR.