When John Fogerty’s wife, Julie, suggested over dinner one night that he revisit his catalog of Creedence Clearwater Revival songs with artists he admires today, he wasn’t about to let the music take a back seat to technology.
“I realize nowadays that a lot of stuff gets made by emailing files around,” said Fogerty, who turned 68 last Tuesday, the same day his new album, “Wrote a Song for Everyone,” was released. “I wanted it all to take place in the same room, kinda old school, as it were. And that’s how it happened. And since we’re in the same room at the same time, you’re a collaborator even if you don’t realize it.”
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