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Old 12.12.2005, 00:42
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Hi, I was reading some of the forum, it is nice to read CCR is still attracting young listeners.
I have been a fan for 35 years, the music never gets old.
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Old 12.12.2005, 00:47
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Up Around the Bend and Down On the Corner - to me are are happy songs about people, the music, and the good life, fun times, relief from the daily nonsence.

I have never been to Lodi or ever sung a tune. Lodi, " If I had a dollar for every song I sung, every time I had to play while people sat there drunk, ya know I'd catch the next train back to where I live" makes me feel like I was there.

Some people think Lookin Out My Back Door is a silly tune, letting go and taking time away
from the grind by listining to music and relaxing, "pretty soon I'm singin" sometimes lyrics are to make a point, Music can give wings to the mind and take you anywhere you want to go.

takes me out of the fire... CCR my first favorite band, 35 years ago.
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Old 15.12.2005, 00:16
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i guess good music always attract people of all ages
but it's hard for us (the youngsters :P ) to find or search for information about these kinds of genres and groups
Thank Zeus there is internet
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Old 15.12.2005, 04:04
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Im a teenage boy and im a huge creedence fan. I agree that its hard for us teenagers who likes Creedence to find information about the band that we love, but internet is a good resource. But anyway it seems that there is other teenage creedence fans out there, and thats good to know
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Old 15.12.2005, 17:20
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Im 17 and can?t get enough of creedence.
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Old 16.12.2005, 01:34
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man im 22 from texas, and i can say everyone i know and party with loves ccr. i think im gonna name my first born son Creedence.
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Old 16.12.2005, 20:22
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Hi, there !
Yes, my son is now 29 and he grew up listening (also) the music I
was playing on the hi-fi... so did my sister's children.. no wonder
that some of the CCR tracks, being part of the family soundtrack,
have been "adopted" by the new generation as well: Proud Mary,
Bad moon rising, Travellin' band, Have you ever seen the rain?...
Me (you may guess my age!)... I'm still enjoying CCR for sure!!
Bye
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Old 17.12.2005, 03:31
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I'm 16 years old (and I'm from Norway), and I am completely lost in Creedence's music. I discovered them this summer when I heard an old tape my dad had laying in a drawer, with "Bayou Country". I just couldn't believe I hadn't heard their music before; it was so great, and sounded so new! Yes, it was made almost 37 years ago, but it sounded like it was made yesterday. I love the feeling I get when I listen to Creedence Clearwater Revival, this bubbling feeling of joy. And that's what good music is supposed to do! I mean, there's other artists I really like, like Jimi Hendrix and Bob Dylan, but only Creedence can give me THAT feeling.
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Old 17.12.2005, 07:41
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I'm 13 years old, and one day about two years ago I found my dad's old LP of Cosmo's Factory. after listening to it once, I was hooked. I immediatly began to Collect the entire Discograpy over ebay. today I enjoy CCR
unlike any othor band I had listend to before.
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Old 17.12.2005, 14:35
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Hi, thanks for all your replys.

There is something honest and satisfiying in the sound of CCR, I'm glad it is still alive.
I remember the first time I heard CCR. The song was Lookin out My Back Door.
I was 11 and CCR was my first true love.
I have seen videos of CCR on the net, two of my favs are 1969 Ed Sullivan Show: "Down on the Corner" good as it gets, and 1969 Fortunate Son,(says it's Woodstock, but I think it's from the Ed S Show ) awsome.

becca-d , "I love the feeling" your right CCR sure is feel good music.
Hendrix, Dylan, 16yrs. wow. my favs
My fav Dylan "My Back Pages" . the words are online.

BT from BC
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