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Creedence Clearwater Revival to release accompanying album and documentary

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A Creedence Clearwater Revival album and accompanying documentary about the band’s 1970 Royal Albert Hall performance will be released later this year.

his rock band – featuring John Fogerty on lead guitar and vocals, Tom Fogerty on rhythm guitar, Stu Cook on bass guitar and Doug Clifford on drums – performed at the prestigious London venue in April 1970, two years before they broke up.

More than 50 years on from the show, Craft Recordings has confirmed a restored album, Creedence Clearwater Revival At The Royal Albert Hall, will now be released alongside a documentary about the concert, Travelin ‘Band: Creedence Clearwater Revival At The Royal Albert Hall.

The film will be narrated by American actor Jeff Bridges and directed by Grammy Award-winning Bob Smeaton who wrote The Beatles Anthology, a television documentary following the Beatles’ career.

Featuring the full performance, the recording will include many of the band’s hits such as Fortunate Son, Proud Mary and Bad Moon Rising.

The recording will be available as a standalone album on CD, cassette, 180-gram vinyl and on digital platforms.

After about 50 years of archival storage, the original tapes were restored and mixed by the team responsible for the projects, including The Beatles’ 50th anniversary editions of Abbey Road and the Lonely Hearts Club Band. Sgt Pepper, as well as the sound for Sir Elton John Rocketman and The Beatles biopic: Get Back by Peter Jackson.

Creedence Clearwater Revival At The Royal Albert Hall will be released concurrently with the concert documentary and will take viewers from the band’s earliest years together in California through their popularity.

Featuring never-before-seen footage, the film culmins with a performance by the band at the Royal Albert Hall, which takes place shortly after The Beatles announced their disbandment and will be released on September 16. .

In 1980, Fantasy Records released a live album by the band, erroneously titled The Royal Albert Hall Concert. However, it was quickly discovered that the sound was actually from an earlier show at the Oakland Arena in California.

The label then attached repair information to the album and renamed the January 1970 Oakland Coliseum performance The Concert to run production later.

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A super deluxe edition box set, including the album and movie, will be released by Craft Recordings on November 14.

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