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John Fogerty, American musician, songwriter and guitarist, leader of the massively popular swamp pop / roots rock band Creedence Clearwater Revival (CCR) and solo recording artist. Fogerty has the rare distinction of being named on Rolling Stone magazine's lists of 100 Greatest Guitarists and 100 Greatest Singers. His songs "Proud Mary" and "Born on the Bayou" rank amongst the Greatest Pop Songs johnfogerty.com
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The Rolling Stones, 'Some Girls' - "Keith fuckin' gets busted every year," Mick Jagger fumed. Keith Richards was in drug hell, and the Stones were verging on destruction, but they bounced back with "Miss You," the sleazy "Shattered" and "When the Whip Comes Down." Richards does his best song, "Before They Make Me Run."
The Who,~ 'My Generation' ~ Writer: Pete Townshend, Released: Nov. '65, Decca 5 weeks; No. 74~ reflecting Townshend's fears about the impending strictures of adult life, famously captured in the line "Hope I die before I get old." "My Generation' was very much about trying to find a place in society," he told Rolling Stone in 1987. "I was very, very lost. "My Generation" became the Who's ticket to legend — their first British Top Five hit, and a battle cry for young mod rebels.