Monday, September 26, 2011

Creedence Clearwater Revival-Cosmo´s Factory (1970)

If Europe were the Beatles in the marking pattern in the sixties at both the popularity and sales, was not so in America, there was a band that made ​​them not only shade, but also literally swept them all, not refer to the Creedence Clearwater Revival
In 1970 he posted his fifth album Cosmo's Factory, the last of the great albums of the band, shortly after Tom Fogerty edited leave the formation, the album itself, was really great, since the subject of Marvin Gaye I heard it through the grapevine, through the country rock of my back door and Lookin'out Up around the bend, or the fantastic to the impressive Travellin'band Who'll stop the rain, an issue about the Vietnam War, its swampy rock concert southern taste influences and blues-exempt not heard since the late fifties, in short, a masterpiece essential in the rock of the seventies.

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