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Creedence Clearwater Revival played in the history of Americana music an equal influence as Gram Parsons. The trademark of their band was ‘chooglin’, a combination of country rock, swamp pop and hillbilly soul, plus a good portion of Southern R&B vibe. They started their musical journey in California, in El Cerrito, in 1967, as a band created by John Fogerty. They started by releasing a couple of simple songs on Fantasy Records, under the brand Golliwogs. Their CCR name was adopted in 1968, when they also launched one of their all-time hit ‘Suzie Q’. Even though the band decided to break-up in 1972 and John Fogerty was not less successful with his solo career, the most popular of their songs will always be those promoted under the CCR brand.

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