Fogerty, Tom: Excalibur

Fogerty, Tom SKU: 36115501
Tom Fogerty: Excalibur

Fogerty, Tom: Excalibur

Fogerty, Tom SKU: 36115501

Format: VINYL LP

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Description

Title: Excalibur
Artist: Fogerty, Tom
Label: Craft Recordings
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 888072053014
Genre: Rock

Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Originally released in 1972, Excalibur is the second solo title from Creedence Clearwater Revival's Tom Fogerty. Full of bluesy hooks, the album features a who's who of '70s Bay Area musicians, including the Grateful Dead's Jerry Garcia on lead guitar, keyboardist Merle Saunders, bassist John Kahn and drummer Bill Vitt. Back in print after 46 years, and cut from the original analog master, Excalibur is pressed on 180-vinyl, and housed in an old-school-style, tip-on jacket. During the few years of the life of CCR, Tom sang backing vocals and wrote songs, but only one of his songs from when CCR was named the Golliwogs ("Walking on the Water") was re-recorded and chosen to be put on CCR's debut album. This lack of vocal and songwriting opportunity, along with festering, long-standing animosity with his brother, led him to leave the band in early 1971, after finishing the recording of Pendulum.

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