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Publisher Description

The long-awaited memoir from John Fogerty, the legendary singer-songwriter and creative force behind Creedence Clearwater Revival.

Creedence Clearwater Revival is one of the most important and beloved bands in the history of rock, and John Fogerty wrote, sang, and produced their instantly recognizable classics: "Proud Mary", "Bad Moon Rising", "Born on the Bayou", and more. Now he reveals how he brought CCR to number one in the world, eclipsing even the Beatles in 1969. By the next year, though, Creedence was falling apart; their amazing, enduring success exploded and faded in just a few short years.

Fortunate Son takes listeners from Fogerty's Northern California roots through Creedence's success and the retreat from music and public life to his hard-won revival as a solo artist who finally found love.

GENRE
Biographies & Memoirs
NARRATOR
JF
John Fogerty
LENGTH
15:39
hr min
RELEASED
2015
October 6
PUBLISHER
Hachette Audio
PRESENTED BY
Audible.com
LANGUAGE
EN
English
SIZE
612.4
MB

Customer Reviews

Nashville Blaine ,

Outstanding!

Every songwriter should listen to this every day.

DSJones58 ,

The John Fogerty Story

Bought the book as an Audio book. Had a 550 mile road trip to do.
Great insights for all aspects of Writing, producing,arrangments etc…
I knew some of the CCR story. Not from John’s perspective. Thank You for that.
I grew up with CCR. Learned to play guitar.(from Proud Mary to Born on the bayou).
Its 2020 now . If you havent by now I hope you get your music back.

chuglug ,

The Real Story

I’ve seen a few documentaries about CCR, and they’re always from the angle of the guys in the band, or worse yet, managers. But the real story is simple: John Fogerty was, and still is, a true talent who wrote, arranged and produced his music, all the while pulling the weight of his mediocre bandmates to stardom. He was swindled by his record company, bandmates, close advisers, and pretty much lost everything. Even as he went solo, the greed of the people from his past still sought to steel from him. The redemption of his story is that he has buried his past and moved on to a new, rewarding life.

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