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Jimmie Rodgers

Blue Yodel # 4

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  • Country
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  • 1929
  • 1973
  • 2009

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The Blue Ridge Rangers is the first solo album by John Fogerty, the former lead singer and lead guitarist of Creedence Clearwater Revival. Upon its initial release by Fantasy Records in 1973, the album was credited to “The Blue Ridge Rangers” with no mention of Fogerty on the cover. Fogerty chose to do this in order to distance himself from his legacy. The LP was later reissued and credited to John Fogerty with a different cover design. The CD reissue restores the original silhouette cover photo and credits the album to Fogerty. The album is made up entirely of traditional and country covers, and features Fogerty playing all the instruments. The album peaked at #47 on the charts. Two singles from the album became hits: “Jambalaya” which peaked at #16, and “Hearts of... Read on...

Song lines: ♪ And I'm sure gonna leave you here ... Got the California blues ... Let me tell you something mama that you don't know

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