Creedence Clearwater Revival - Willy & The Poor Boys-LP-South

Creedence Clearwater Revival - Willy & The Poor Boys

'Willy and the Poor Boys' came out in 1969, when, as annotator Ed Ward writes, 'a period when Creedence, surely the most anomalous band in the San Francisco explosion of the late 60s, was also proving its most commercial seller of them all.' The album contains the anthemic 'Fortunate Son' along with down on the corner and a cover of the traditional folk song 'The Midnight Special'.
CD - bonus tracks include live versions of 'Fortunate Son' and 'It Came Out of the Sky,' plus an unreleased studio version of 'Down on the Corner' recorded with Booker T and the Mgs for a TV special at the band's Berkeley rehearsal hall. The song features John Fogerty trading licks with guitar hero Steve Cropper.
LP - 180 Gram with Download.