Critics and close minded people lambast this album. However, the material is really pretty good. It just has a Country twang to it. On this disc, John Fogerty shared the singing and song-writing responsibilites with his band mates. Whereas John was the major talent in the band, the other band members made some nice contributions. Stuart Cook's singing leaves alot to be desired but Doug's happy go lucky sounding voice is very pleasant. Whereas John Fogerty went on to record some fine solo albums, he seems to be harboring too much of a grudge against his former band mates. This grudge is what kept the band from staying together longer. John may be a very talented man, but he should learn to let bygones be bygones. Anyway, like all other Creedence Albums, this is worthwhile for your collection.
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