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Creedence Clearwater Revival-Mardi Gras(1972)(2003 AP Rem )[EAC-WV][TWR92][CR-Bt]


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Creedence Clearwater Revival-Mardi Gras(1972)(2003 AP Rem.)[EAC-WV][TWR92][CR-Bt]
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Creedence Clearwater Revival - Mardi Gras [APO CAPJ 9404 SA]
EAC rip with CUE + Log | Wavpack | HQ Scans |
Released 1972/2002 | Running time 28:30 | Mastered by Steve Hoffman
| Genre: Audiophile; Classic Rock


MANY THX TO THE ORIGINAL RELEASER



Mardi Gras is the seventh and final studio album by American band Creedence Clearwater Revival, released in 1972. The group broke up after this album was released. This album is significant because band members Stu Cook and Doug Clifford shared writing, singing, and production duties with frontman John Fogerty for the first and only time.


“ Review
Pared down to a trio, Creedence Clearwater Revival had to find a new way of doing business, since already their sound had changed, so they split creative duties evenly. It wasn't just that each member wrote songs -- they produced them, too. Doug Clifford and Stu Cook claim John Fogerty needed time to creatively recharge, while Fogerty says he simply bowed to the duo's relentless pressure for equal time. Both arguments make sense, but either way, the end result was the same: Mardi Gras was a mess. Not a disaster, which it was dismissed as upon its release, since there are a couple of bright moments. Typically, Fogerty is reliable, with the solid rocker "Sweet Hitch-Hiker," the country ramble "Lookin' for a Reason," a good cover of Ricky Nelson's "Hello Mary Lou," and the pretty good ballad "Someday Never Comes." These don't match the brilliance of previous CCR records, but they sparkle next to Clifford and Cook's efforts. That implies that their contributions are terrible, which they're usually not -- they're just pedestrian. Only "Sail Away" is difficult to listen to, due to Cook's flat, overemphasized vocals, but he makes up for it with the solid rocker "Door to Door" and the Fogerty soundalike "Take It Like a Friend." Clifford fares a little better since his voice is warmer and he wisely channels it into amiable country-rock, yet these are pretty average songs by two guys beginning to find their own songwriting voice. If Clifford and Cook had started their own band (which they did after this album) it would be easier to be charitable, but when held up against Creedence's other work, Mardi Gras withers. It's an unpretty end to a great band.




Track listing

1. "Lookin' for a Reason" (John Fogerty) – 3:28
* Recorded January 1972. Lead vocal: John Fogerty. Lead guitar: John Fogerty. Produced by John Fogerty.
2. "Take It Like a Friend" (Stu Cook) – 3:00
* Recorded January 1972. Lead vocal: Stu Cook. Lead guitar: Stu Cook. Produced by Stu Cook.
3. "Need Someone to Hold" (Cook, Doug Clifford) – 3:00
* Recorded January 1972. Lead vocal: Doug Clifford. Lead guitar: Stu Cook. Produced by Doug Clifford.
4. "Tearin' Up the Country" (Clifford) – 2:14
* Recorded January 1972. Lead vocal: Doug Clifford. Lead guitar: John Fogerty. Produced by Doug Clifford.
5. "Someday Never Comes" (Fogerty) – 4:01
* Recorded January 1972. Lead vocal: John Fogerty. Lead guitar: John Fogerty. Produced by John Fogerty.
6. "What Are You Gonna Do?" (Clifford) – 2:53
* Recorded January 1972. Lead vocal: Doug Clifford. Lead guitar: Stu Cook. Produced by Doug Clifford.
7. "Sail Away" (Cook) – 2:29
* Recorded January 1972. Lead vocal: Stu Cook. Lead guitar: Stu Cook. Produced by Stu Cook.
8. "Hello Mary Lou" (Gene Pitney) – 2:14
* Recorded January 1972. Lead vocal: John Fogerty. Lead guitar: John Fogerty. Produced by John Fogerty.
9. "Door to Door" (Cook) – 2:09
* Recorded spring 1971. Lead vocal: Stu Cook. Lead guitar: John Fogerty. Produced by Stu Cook.
10. "Sweet Hitch-Hiker" (Fogerty) – 2:59
* Recorded spring 1971. Lead vocal: John Fogerty. Lead guitar: John Fogerty. Produced by John Fogerty.


Personnel

* Doug Clifford - drums, vocals
* Stu Cook - bass, rhythm guitar, lead guitar, piano, vocals
* John Fogerty - lead guitar, rhythm guitar, keyboards, vocals


Production

* Producers: Doug Clifford, Stu Cook, John Fogerty
* Engineer: Russ Gary, Kevin L. Gray, Steve Hoffman
* Mastering supervisor: Tamaki Beck
* Mastering: Shigeo Miyamoto
* Remastering: George Horn
* Arrangers: Doug Clifford, Stu Cook, John Fogerty
* Art direction: Tony Lane
* Design: Tony Lane
* Cover design: Tony Lane
* Photography: Bob Fogerty, Baron Wolman
* Liner notes: Craig Werner


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