Creedence Clearwater Revival - At The Royal Albert Hall [LP] | RECORD STORE DAY
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1. Born on the Bayou (Live At The Royal Albert Hall / London, UK / April 14, 1970)
2. Green River (Live At The Royal Albert Hall / London, UK / April 14, 1970)
3. Tombstone Shadow (Live At The Royal Albert Hall / London, UK / April 14, 1970)
4. Travelin' Band (Live At The Royal Albert Hall / London, UK / April 14, 1970)
5. Fortunate Son (Live At The Royal Albert Hall / London, UK / April 14, 1970)
6. Commotion (Live At The Royal Albert Hall / London, UK / April 14, 1970)
7. Midnight Special (Live At The Royal Albert Hall / London, UK / April 14, 1970)
8. Bad Moon Rising (Live At The Royal Albert Hall / London, UK / April 14, 1970)
9. Proud Mary (Live At The Royal Albert Hall / London, UK / April 14, 1970)
10. Night Time Is The Right Time (Live At The Royal Albert Hall / London, UK / April 14, 1970)
11. Good Golly Miss Molly (Live At The Royal Albert Hall / London, UK / April 14, 1970)
12. Keep on Chooglin’ (Live At The Royal Albert Hall / London, UK / April 14, 1970)

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LP: The debut release of the highly-anticipated recording of CCR at London’s Royal Albert Hall. More than 50 years after the legendary 1970 show, the original multitrack tapes have been meticulously restored and mixed by GRAMMY®-winning producer Giles Martin and engineer Sam Okell. This 180g LP was mastered by Miles Showell at Abbey Road Studios using half-speed technology for the highest-quality listening experience. Setlist includes “Fortunate Son,” “Proud Mary,” “Bad Moon Rising,” and more.

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