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Wednesday, March 11, 2009


Here we are in the middle of the week ("hump day" as they say here in the USA); I think this record will help everyone get over the hump!

The Golliwogs were a California bay area band that released a handful of singles before changing their name to Creedence Clearwater Revival in 1967, losing the garage edge and releasing a string of hugely successful singles.

This one, however, for my buck is their best ever (and I really do like most of the CCR stuff as well).

I love hearing John Fogerty sing without the contrived southern accent, too.

from 1966...



Darcy said...
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Tiger Tiger said...

Its a great tune.
I urge you to listen to the cover version of this tune on Southern Culture On The Skids' "Countrypolitan Favorites" record. Their version absolutely smokes!

Stuart Shea said...

That's the thing cool--you'd never know, really, that the Golliwogs were them unless someone told you. And I like CCR, too.