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Mardi Gras – Creedence Clearwater Revival

Mardi Gras

1972, not rated
Mardi Gras is the album where John Fogerty finally relinquished his control of Creedence Clearwater Revival to his remaining bandmates, promoting Stu Cook and Doug Clifford to equal partners, and giving them the chance to write and sing a third of the album each. The results have been widely lambasted, and I don’t want to hear it, even the best John songs aren’t among his best, although they’re worth hearing:

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