The self-referential title of Fogerty's first album in three years is no mere play on words; this is as close as he's gotten in a long while to duplicating the loose swamp blues, country, folk, soul and rock that he so memorably created a template for … see full wiki
Love that Roots Rock by good old John Fogerty. Amazing how this CD came out in 2008 or so and it still sounds so similar to John's Creedence Days. It shows when you have a good thing you stick to it. Twelve good rootsy songs that are no longer than four minutes each. The CD closer Longshot is my personal favorite but the first one, Don't You Wish It Were True probably seems like the best choice for a single. Broken Down Cowboy is another standout tune where John discusses his own mortality. Good music like nearly everything from this legend.