Deja Vu All Over Again by John Fogerty CD

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UPC: 602498634684
Artist: John Fogerty
Format: CD
Release Year: 2003
Record Label: Geffen
Genre: Oldies, Rock 'N' Roll

Track Listing
1. D‚j… Vu (All Over Again)
2. Sugar-Sugar (In My Life)
3. She's Got Baggage
4. Radar
5. Honey Do
6. Nobody's Here Anymore
7. I Will Walk With You
8. Rhubarb Pie
9. Wicked Old Witch
10. In the Garden

Playing Time: 34 min.
Producer: John Fogerty
Distributor: Universal Distribution
Recording Type: Studio
Recording Mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: n/a

Album Notes
Personnel: John Fogerty (guitar, acoustic guitar, banjo, organ, pump organ, keyboards, percussion, background vocals); John Fogerty (vocals, bass guitar); Dean Parks (guitar, slide guitar); Mark Knopfler (guitar); Bob Britt (slide guitar, electric slide guitar); Michael DeTemple (mandolin); David Santo, Paul Bushnell , Viktor Krauss (bass guitar); Joel O'Brian (drums, programming); Aaron Plunkett (spoons, percussion); George Hawkins, Billy Burnette (background vocals); Jerry Douglas (dobro); Bob Applebaum (mandolin); Benmont Tench (organ); Kenny Aronoff (drums); Alex Acu€a (percussion).Audio Mixers: Eric Valentine ; Bob Clearmountain.Recording information: Glenwood Place Studio's, Burbank, CA; NRG Recording, North Hollywood, CA; O'Henry Recording Studio's, Burbank, CA.Photographer: Julie Fogerty.Unknown Contributor Role: John Fogerty.Arranger: John Fogerty.Attention rock & roll fans! Presenting John Fogerty -- the name you know, the music you trust -- in a new, improved 2004 version! DEJA VU ALL OVER AGAIN contains tunes that admirers of classic rock can appreciate, like the old-school acoustic blues-rock of "Honey Do." The record features themes reminiscent of Fogerty's heyday, particularly the quasi-political title track. And just when you thought it couldn't get any better, there's Mark Knopfler laying down those "Sultans of Swing" licks on "Nobody's Here Anymore." Owing a lot to Creedence Clearwater Revival circa PENDULUM, the DEJA VU of the album's title feels more like a summing up. The crispy riffs of "She's Got Baggage" and the Cream-y "In the Garden" may rock harder, leaner, and cleaner than anything Fogerty has ever done, but "Rhubarb Pie" and "I Will Walk with You" have a feel reminiscent of Fogerty's BLUE RIDGE RANGERS album. Elsewhere, the "Wicked Old Witch" could be the wife of Fogerty's earlier "The Old Man Down the Road." Fortunately, this all adds up to the kind of familiarity that breeds anything but contempt, making DJA VU a warm reminder of this rock & roll giant's gift.

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