The final studio album from arguably America's greatest rock 'n' roll band was first released in 1972. Highlights include a cover of "Hello Mary Lou", as well as the Fogerty-penned rocker "Sweet Hitch-Hiker" - a Top Ten hit in the US, Australia, Canada, and across Europe. The poignant "Someday Never Comes" marked the group's final single.
Mastered at half-speed by award-winning engineer Miles Showell at Abbey Road Studios, benefiting from an exacting process that allows for an exceptional level of sonic clarity and punch. This 180-gram vinyl comes housed in an embossed jacket replicating the original packaging.
Craft Recordings rounds out their reissues of Creedence Clearwater Revival's studio albums with new pressings of the group's final recordings together. The two LPs are the product of an acrimonious time within the band, which saw founding guitarist Tom Fogerty quit and the whole operation coming to an end soon after. These releases also represent CCR at their best and worst... the pressings for both reissues are given a careful and bright overhaul under the watchful ears of Miles Showell. CCR sounds great even as it's falling apart.
- 180g Audiophile-Quality Vinyl
- Half-Speed Mastered by Miles Showell at Abbey Road Studios Using an Exacting Half-Speed Technique For Superior Sound Quality
- Embossed Replica Tip-On Jacket
- Lookin' For A Reason
- Take It Like A Friend
- Need Someone To Hold
- Tearin' Up The Country
- Someday Never Comes
- What Are You Gonna Do
- Sail Away
- Hello Mary Lou
- Door To Door
- Sweet Hitch-Hiker