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August 11, 2014 at 11:17 am #3503
Hey BRIAN!!! What a great story!!! Thank you for your review!!! I loved hearing about John and his amazing BAND, and everything that went on for those shows! But also the Sergeant Schultz story painted a visual for me that made me giggle!!
Hogan’s Heroes was a funny show way back when…..
The reviews that are coming back from this 2014 Tour are all in agreement: Fogerty’s shows continue to be the BEST EVER!!!
(But nobody can tell us how John Fogerty manages to do it!) HA!
Going to a Fogerty concert is like seeing the Fountain of Youth materialize before your very eyes; John goes back to those early years in the late 60′s….with all those great CCR/Fogerty tunes comin at cha like a roaring train.
RIGHT BEFORE OUR EYES ON STAGE, John becomes 23 again, and all of us are magically transported back to an earlier time when we first heard and fell in love with his amazing music.
(Do I become 9 years old again? I don’t know, but I feel like it in my bones!!!) I have to get up and dance, just like how I did when I was a young, carefree person like that in my youth!!!)
Who can write such epic songs like, Born on the Bayou, Centerfield, Old Man Down the Road, Keep on Chooglin’, RAMBLE TAMBLE, Pagan Baby, Run Through the Jungle, Travelin Band, Green River, Mystic Highway, Premonition, Feelin’ BLUE, and Proud Mary and on and on?
WHO writes these incredible songs of our times???
** JOHN FOGERTY did it and I think he did it to life us UP!!! **
Thanks, John!!! Thank you, thank you!!!
GOSH GOSH GOSH PEOPLE!!!
If you’re in the town that John’s touring at, you better get down to the show.
Get down, peeps!!!
ENJOY THE ResT OF the TOUR!!!!
WUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU!!!!!!August 4, 2014 at 10:53 pm #3472
LEE, Lee, Lee
I haven’t heard any such rumour ….nothing like that at all!!!
He’s on tour right now, so this is NOT the time that John usually takes a break to concentrate on new material…although what do I know?
He probably writes a new song every day….
Just like you and I punch a clock, the man is processing music in his own routine way.
It may not be an entire song but you know…a note or two that makes a stanza??? WHO really knows anything for sure?
Anyhow – - – - it’s a heck of a lot of work, you know and none of us take it for granted for one second….August 4, 2014 at 10:50 pm #3471
I am so happy for you that you got to see JOHN FOGERTY and BAND in concert, and that you really LOVED hearing his music performed LIVE!!!!
His music is amazing from those CREEDENCE days…we are all young again when the music is breathing into the night air!!! The drum beats are like the beating of our collective hearts!!!
I love all of Fogerty’s songs..any song that he TOUCHES becomes his own, sweet melody…he possess the music in such a way that nobody else can touch it.
I know that John did NOT write Grapevine, but it IS HIS SONG!!! Through and through, John makes some good songs GREAT with his signature, Fogerty golden touch.
I LOVE Old Man Down the Road, RAMBLE TAMBLE, Proud Mary, Born on the Bayou, Bootleg, Keep on Chooglin, Have you Ever Seen the Rain, UP Around the Bend, Run Through the Jungle, I put a Spell on YOU, 99 and a half, Porterville, GREEN RIVER, Centerfield, Cottonfields, MOLINA!, Travelin BAND, Sweet Hitch hiker, Pagan BABY, Night Time is the Right Time, MIDNIGHT Special, and FEELIN’ BLUUUUUUUUUUUUUUEEEE.
I could go on and on and onnnnnnnn……
EVERY SONG that man ever touched, is something of pure LOVE!!!
I LOVE IT!!!
Y’all have FUN out there!!! GO TO HIS SHOWS and LOVE LIFE!!!!
X O X O X OAugust 4, 2014 at 10:42 pm #3470
HAVE FUN, MARK!!! And don’t forget to circle back here and TELL US all about it!!!!August 4, 2014 at 10:41 pm #3469
I’m glad to hear that you made it to one of John’s shows and that you were captivated by his great talent and awesome BAND!
Thank you for adding the link to the article…it was stellar.July 31, 2014 at 11:23 am #3439
Hello there, KAI!!! What’s happenin’?July 28, 2014 at 10:33 pm #3425
* * * RAMBLE TAMBLE * * * *
* * * * * * * * * * RAMBLE TAMBLE * * * * * * * *
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * RAMBLE TAMBLE * * * * * * * * *
oh my god!!!!
I LOVE, LOVE, * L * O * V * E * THAT SONG!!!!!
*** *** RAMBLE TAMBLE *** ***
* RAMBLE TAMBLE *
**** ***** ****** RAMBLE TAMBLE **** **** ***** ******
WUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU!!!!!!!!!!July 28, 2014 at 10:30 pm #3424
Well, that’s cool folks.
I can’t fly out to see neither one, but the JAMES BROWN MOVIE is coming out this Friday and I’m going to GET ON UP and see that one!!!!
YEAH, YEAH, YEAH!!!
Have fun at the show!!!!July 28, 2014 at 10:28 pm #3423
WOW JASON!!! What a cool review!!! I know what you mean, I was smitten with the MUSIC of CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL when I was all of 9 years old!!!
I just felt it deep in my heart that I would love all those songs for the rest of my life…and I was right…nothing is better than a CCR/Fogerty song!!!
NOTHING can TOUCH IT!!!!
How did I ever know that I would become a lifelong fan of CCR – being so young and not too bothered by the Beatles, or the Supremes or James Brown? They were world class musicians and artists, I would never knock those great people, but NOBODY came close to moving me the way that CREEDENCE did!!!
I’m so happy that you have something STRONG to share with and bond with – with your little daughter!
The power of MUSIC is something special to share.
I have seen John Fogerty and BAND perform about 25 times…maybe 30 times by now…I’ve lost track of them all, but if he’s even somehow a distance away from my home, I make the pilgrimage to see him again!!! ( I live in Southern California.)
His music has a special and mysterious sort of Bayou power, that can lift a person up, up, UP off the ground and take you from the dirt up to the heavens.
I don’t know how he did it, or how in the world he still conjures it up, but Fogerty is a master – he was born dirt poor – he didn’t have any connections in the business at all, but he believed in the power of his own music – and look at the wonderful world he’s created as a result of that.
I thank you again, Jason for your compelling story.
TELL US MORE, if you like…we’re here, drinking it all in like a person who’s been crossing over a dry and barren desert…we are thirsting for any details in regards to John’s shows.
You have to get your daughter some guitar lessons and CCR/Fogerty sheet music.
I have found that over the years, I like to sit in the back – not the front – of the venues that John plays in.
Maybe the middle section is okay too….I can hear the music much better and it blends much better with that sound compression thing that happens with artificially LOUD amplification.
My poor ears have been blown out a time or two, so I also pack a pair of high=tech ear plugs to preserve my intricate hearing.
Of course I always wear my dancing shoes!!! I’m sorry for the view that I blocked from all those great Creedence fans, but I CANNot SIT DURING THE MOST AWESOME HOUSE PARTIES THAT FOGERTY PLAYS!!!
ANYHOW – have a peaceful night!!! X OJuly 25, 2014 at 9:34 am #3413
LOVED that little scene from the show….the new version of LONG AS I CAN SEE THE LIGHT
is very tasty!!! YUM and more YUM!!!
Thanks, GiantsDAVE!!! X OJuly 23, 2014 at 10:37 pm #3410
GOSH – what would it be like to see a PRIVATE SHOW at a private house party with John Fogerty and BAND?
I guess the closest I came to it was the handful of times that I saw some closed shows with John on stage…those shows were the coolest!!!July 23, 2014 at 10:34 pm #3409
HahaHA! MIKE! (pABUfAN)
What a great story!!!
I loved reading your funny description of the set list, and I’m so sorry that the crowd was a bit on the dull, lackluster side. Some times that’s how it goes, huh?
They paid their big bucks to get into one of the best house parties on the planet, so I guess they can act any old way that they want…God gave us CHOICE, didn’t HE? Well, I Choose to MOOOVE
whenever I have the good luck to find myself at a Fogerty show…yes, yes, yes indeed!!!
I just don’t understand it one tiny little bit when people act like corpses and don’t get up to dance and wiggle — but I’m such a died in the cotton CREEDENCE FAN, and us old timers still have the funk to get on UP and DANCE during the show, don’t we? HA HA!
Moving to the grooving!!!
WOW - I never saw Kenny smash a cymbal so hard that he fractured it! Glad to hear that the band is so tight, that they recovered in 2 seconds! Kenny is one hard-working drummer man!
I LOVE HIM and his devotion to all things Fogerty/CREEDENCE!!! *** *** *** COOL!!!!
RAMBLE TAMBLE is always my # 1 favorite song to see performed LIVE by Fogerty and BAND. It’s never played the same identical way twice…no no no no no!!! They change it up each and every single time that it hits the stage…..I love the old track on Cosmo’s Factory, and I spin it every couple of days, just to keep my blood from clotting and preventing me from an early death.
RAMBLE TAMBLE SAVES LIVES, as you know!!!
It’s a wonderful musical potion of life and mojo, that’s for sure!!!
Thank you, John Fogerty – for writing it all those many blue moons ago….
PABUFAN — – — -I’m so happy that you were able to get out to a Fogerty show and enjoy it with your wife. That’s what makes marriages strong!!!
Thank you for your excellent review….X O I loved it!!!! X O X O X OJuly 17, 2014 at 9:55 am #3388
RIGHT ON, PABUFAN!!!
You are the truest of the bluest!!! HAVE FUN!!!
X OJuly 15, 2014 at 4:14 pm #3368
Did Fogerty play, “BOO-LAY” while at Bozpot?July 15, 2014 at 4:12 pm #3367
Hey Walter, and hi to Robert,
Thank you guys for remembering us lost and forlorn Forum fans —- who eagerly await any word on any John Fogerty concert report!!!! WOWEEE!!!!
I’m so happy that you are having a great, great time!!!! ENJOY the music, friends!!!!