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REVIEW: John Fogerty at Mann Center is very good, but it's hardly 1969

REVIEW: John Fogerty at Mann Center is very good, but it's hardly 1969

How can you be at all critical about a concert that offers nearly two hours of music full of 26 songs, half of which were Top 10 hits and eight of which went gold or platinum? And well-performed, at that? That described the concert that John Fogerty, former Creedence Clearwater Revival singer/guitarist/songwriter, offered Saturday at The Mann Center for the Performance in Philadelphia. But Fogerty billed the concert as a look at 1969, the year in which Creedence released an astonishing three albums of new material –  “Bayou Country,” “Green River” and “Willy and the Poor Boys.” All those discs went multi-platinum and charted Top 10, and...

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