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Creedence’s fourth album, recorded in 1969, went double platinum and was on the top ten album list in six countries. Creedence’s tribute to the south is led by the classic chartbusters “Down on the Corner”, and John Fogerty’s cutting protest song “Fortunate Son”, and it also includes a couple of classic Leadbelly tunes and some amazing instrumentals. This album stands as a sterling example of the term “classic rock”.
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