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It’d be fun to take a poll of how many baseball players have psyched themselves up before a game by listening to “Centerfield,” John Fogerty’s ode to America’s favorite pastime. From the infectious handclaps to the jaunty guitar parts, the song itself is a rock ’n’ roll homerun, which is no surprise seeing that it was written by songwriter as skilled as Fogerty, who got his start in music by playing alongside his brother in the roots-rock band Credence Clearwater Revival. “When I got home, off of active duty, and reconnected with my brother and the other two guys who became Creedence, that narrative I was writing out there became a song called ‘Porterville,’” Fogerty told American Songwriter in 2013. “That was my first cool song that was kind of about something real that affected me, rather than just trying to write I love you, you love me, why you treat me so bad?”
Though it’s slightly ironic Fogerty & Co. are considered southern rock aficionados because they hailed from Berkeley, California, once audiences heard—and were touched by the political messages in—songs like “Bad Moon Rising,” “Have You Ever Seen The Rain?” and “Fortunate Son,” CCR’s swamp cred was never called into question. Following the band’s breakup in 1972, Fogerty initially refused to play Credence songs during his set; however, in 1987, while playing a concert in
Washington, D.C., for Vietnam veterans, he broke his self-imposed embargo and performed eight CCR classics.
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