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Creedence Clearwater Revival - Pendulum

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Title: Pendulum
Artist: Creedence Clearwater Revival
Released: 1970

Tracks:
1 - Pagan Baby - 6:24
2 - Sailor's Lament - 3:46
3 - Chameleon - 3:17
4 - Have You Ever Seen the Rain? - 2:40
5 - (Wish I Could) Hideaway - 3:43
6 - Born to Move - 5:41
7 - Hey Tonight - 2:43
8 - It's Just a Thought - 3:51
9 - Molina - 2:43
10 - Rude Awakening #2 - 6:22
11 - 45 Revolutions per Minute, Part 1 - 3:18
12 - 45 Revolutions per Minute, Part 2 - 7:20
13 - Hey Tonight (live) - 2:30

Overview:
Pendulum is the sixth album by American rock band Creedence Clearwater Revival, released by Fantasy Records on December 15, 1970—their second album release of that year (see 1970 in music). A single from the album, "Have You Ever Seen the Rain?" b/w "Hey Tonight", was released in January 1971.

Pendulum was the only album by the group that did not contain any cover songs; all tracks were written by John Fogerty. It was the last album the band did with Tom Fogerty, who would leave the band to start a solo career. It was also the last album to feature John Fogerty as the record's solo producer.

The most sonically adventurous of Creedence albums, the "surprisingly durable" (Robert Christgau) Pendulum is noted for its widespread use of horns and keyboards, in contrast to the group's previous albums, which were dominated by guitar. Among several lesser-known Fogerty songs ("Pagan Baby," "Sailor's Lament," "It's Just a Thought", "Born to Move") were two top-ten hits, "Hey Tonight" and "Have You Ever Seen the Rain?". Both songs reached number eight in 1971. It also contains their only avant-garde venture, "Rude Awakening #2".
 
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