Creedence Clearwater Revival: Cosmo's Factory

Artikkelnr.: AFAN 8402

Fantasy - Quality Record Pressings - Audiophile Recording - 150g LP

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Forty-five years after a pivotal year in the too-short career of Creedence Clearwater Revival, Fantasy Records is celebrating the genius that is Creedence with a series of commemorative reissues.


Artist Creedence Clearwater Revival
Tittel Cosmo's Factory
Sjanger Pop / Rock
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Pressing Plant Quality Record Pressings
Format Vinyl - 150g 
Antall plater 1
Lydkvalitet Audiofil
Plateselskap Fantasy  
Utgivelsesdato 1969 / 2014
Platenummer AFAN 8402 

In 1969 there was simply no stopping Creedence Clearwater Revival. That epic year they released three Top Ten albums, had four hit singles (charting at #2, #2, #2 and #3, respectively) with three additional charting B-sides. They even found time to record a fourth chart-topping album released the following year.

In addition to the incredible quantity and quality of their albums, Creedence — Doug Clifford, Stu Cook, and Tom and John Fogerty — also headlined the Woodstock music festival, played on the Ed Sullivan Show twice and toured throughout America.

Fantasy´s Creedence vinyl reissues series, which will continue throughout 2014, launches with Bayou Country and Cosmo´s Factory. It was in January 1969 that Creedence released the first of its three LPs that year, Bayou Country. The product of frontman/songwriter John Fogerty´s fascination with Louisiana swamp-rock and R&B, the album contained the hits "Proud Mary" and "Born on the Bayou" and key FM radio tracks "Graveyard Train," "Keep On Choogling" and a cover of Little Richard´s "Good Golly Miss Molly." According to, "Bayou Country announces that CCR had discovered its sound."

Cosmo´s Factory, released July 1970, included the hits "Traveling Band" and its hit B-side "Who´ll Stop the Rain," "Lookin´ Out My Back Door," "Run Through the Jungle," and a swampy 11-minute rendition of the Marvin Gaye hit "I Heard It Through the Grapevine." The album, cited in Rolling Stone´s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time, was named after the room in which the band — John, his brother Tom (on rhythm guitar and some lead vocals), bassist Stu Cook, and drummer Doug Clifford — used to practice. By 1990, it had been certified four times platinum (4,000,000 units sold) by the RIAA.

01       Ramble Tamble  07:09
02 Before You Accuse Me 03:24
03 Travelin’ Band  02:07
04 Ooby Dooby 02:05
05 Lookin’ Out My Back Door  02:31
06 Run Through The Jungle  03:09
Nr SIDE 2  
01 Up Around The Bend  02:40
02 My Baby Left Me  02:17
03 Who’ll Stop The Rain 02:28
04 I Heard It Through the Grapevine 11:05
05 Long As I Can See The Light  3:33