tomhJan 27, 2009It's great to see john fogerty with a new album. i loved it.
JohnS.Dec 29, 2007Deserves the 10 as is a real toe tapper and a hell of a rocker.
ColeTJan 7, 2009I thought it was amazing to see John Fogerty make such a strong album. He's over 60, and he sings like he's 30.
KevinROct 22, 2007It's like listening to an older, more gruff and rugged CCR. And that's definitely a good thing.
BarryR.Oct 27, 2007A very good disc -- not quite as polished as Blue Moon Swamp, and lacking the pop classics of Centerfield. Regardless, a very solid disc that A very good disc -- not quite as polished as Blue Moon Swamp, and lacking the pop classics of Centerfield. Regardless, a very solid disc that will please fans and newcomers alike.… Expand
Rev.RikardOct 25, 2007Fogerty's voice makes it all but impossible to identify his music. No other artist has his intonation and inflection. His voice has Fogerty's voice makes it all but impossible to identify his music. No other artist has his intonation and inflection. His voice has always thrived in songs with a dark, critical edge. Here he has written and recorded a "Fogerty album." As one listens to each track it becomes obvious that no other voice could record them; not without diminishing their power. Gunslinger will become a classic for his fans, and the album a must. This is the kind of album that will make serious rock lovers "Hie de Hie de Hie" for "the old man" is no longer down the road; he is here as fresh and relevant as ever.… Collapse
JephyNov 18, 2008I've heard "Don't You Wish It was True?" and I think it's a great tune--but I've yet to hear the whole album. Glowing, I've heard "Don't You Wish It was True?" and I think it's a great tune--but I've yet to hear the whole album. Glowing, glorious reviews abound (as usual) from the banal crowd that must not have a musical appreciation like the rest of us: How many lousy CDs am I supposed to buy on the word of paid-by-the-industry [bad] reviewers all of whom have all their taste in their mouths? I'll buy it after I hear (all of) it.… Expand
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