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Following two disappointing ‘70s solo albums and legal battles with his record label, John Fogerty took an extended break from the music business, then came back in 1985 with a #1 record, "''Centerfield'""
 
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Latest revision as of 03:46, 14 January 2020

John Fogerty

Following two disappointing ‘70s solo albums and legal battles with his record label, John Fogerty took an extended break from the music business, then came back in 1985 with a #1 record, "Centerfield'""

Creedence Clearwater Revival

C.C.R. dragged Fogerty into a legal battle, claiming that their single “The Old Man Down the Road” sounded an awful lot like Fogerty's old band’s “Run Through the Jungle”.

The Results

John Fogerty’s welcome back to the music business was a lawsuit for sounding too much like John Fogerty. He ultimately beat the accusations, recouped legal costs, and even helped to establish a Supreme Court precedent.

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Creedence Clearwater Revival