Chicago -- Laval, Quebec -- July 6th, 2013
That was my first time seeing those two bands and I offered a pair of tickets to my dad for father's Day. So basically, Creedence Clearwater Revisited is the band of the former bassist and drummer of the real CCR, and yes that's awesome. The singer did is job, but yeah Fogerty would be better. It was really a good show too, the crowd singing every lyric of every song and my dad liked it too. :)
Up next was Chicago and I really like more the old song than the more recent one. They put on a good show.
Creedence Clearwater Revisited (CCR) :drool:
Born on the Bayou
Who'll Stop the Rain
Long as I Can See the Light
Down on the Corner
Lookin' Out My Back Door :party:
I Heard It Through the Grapevine
I Put a Spell On You
Bad Moon Rising :drool:
Have You Ever Seen the Rain?
Travelin' Band :party:
Up Around the Bend
Questions 67 & 68
Dialogue (Part 1 & 2)
If You Leave Me Now
Call on Me
(I've Been) Searchin' So Long
Will You Still Love Me?
Another Rainy Day in New York City
Ballet for a Girl in Buchannon
Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?
Hard Habit to Break
You're the Inspiration
I'm a Man
Just You 'n' Me
Saturday in the Park
Hard to Say I'm Sorry/Get Away
Feelin' Stronger Every Day
25 or 6 to 4 :bowdown:
It sucks Cetera isn't with Chicago anymore but he left the band decades ago I think, so whatever. Id still go see them live if the tickets we're cheap enough.
Does CCR ever play the I Put a Spell On You cover? Still, great set!
[QUOTE=bigguytoo9;533027]It sucks Cetera isn't with Chicago anymore but he left the band decades ago I think, so whatever. Id still go see them live if the tickets we're cheap enough.[/QUOTE]
it was 60$ and it's worth it.
[QUOTE=Ommie;533029]Does CCR ever play the I Put a Spell On You cover? Still, great set![/QUOTE]
they play it i forgot to put it.
Those are some great sets!! Even though Chicago 13 wasn't a great album, Street Player is a great song and on the album that song actually featured the great Maynard Ferguson on trumpet. Nice to see that song included again.
And Cetera left after Chicago 17 (Hard Habit To Break, Stay The Night, You're The Inspiration. I don't really care that he's not in the band anymore. I've loved this band for a very long time (I have CTA - 17 on album and many others on CD)... the first 2 albums are treasures but as Pete got to be more popular, he led the band in the sappy pop direction. Then once they crawled back from the crap with a really decent song in Hard To Say I'm Sorry/Get Away, he writes a couple more songs with David Foster and then leaves. RANT OVER - sorry about that.
As an aside, did you know that the bass player/singer now, Jason Scheff is the son of Jerry Scheff who played bass with Elvis from 1969 until his death in 1977?
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