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The short-lived wonder of Creedence Clearwater Revival

27 August 2022

9:00 AM

27 August 2022

9:00 AM

A Song for Everyone: The Story of Creedence Clearwater Revival John Lingan

Hachette, pp.384, 25

Million-selling rock bands are rarely happy families. They are an uneasy combination of a creative alliance and a business partnership, which is frequently thrown together on an ad hoc basis by people barely out of their teens. They are tested to destruction by long hours, minimal sleep, deafening noise, international travel, a bedroom schedule that would have made Caligula blush and a seemingly unending cocktail of legal and illegal stimulants.

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