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For All The Money In The World

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For All The Money In The World
For All The Money In The World


In mid-1968 a band of four dedicated musicians from El Cerrito, California skyrocketed to fame with their debut single "Suzie Q." It took 10 years of gigging to get there, but by the time "Suzie Q" peaked at #11 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart, Creedence Clearwater Revival (CCR) was an unstoppable force in rock'n'roll. Over the next 2 years they released a string of 11 million-selling hit singles and 5 studio albums, they toured the world as headliners, including an appearance at Woodstock in 1969, and they were ultimately inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame in 1993. In the decades that followed CCR's 2 year reign as the #1 band in the world, Creedence drummer Doug "Cosmo" Clifford focused his creative energy on producing album projects. His concept was to assemble a top shelf mix of players, write an album's worth of original songs, then record, mix and master each album. When a project was completed, the masters were archived and safely stored in Cosmo's Vault until the time was right to release them. Fast forward to 2021 and Cosmo has retrieved those masters and will be releasing them one album at a time on his own label, Cliffsong Records. The first release will be For All The Money In The World by Clifford / Wright. As was the case with Creedence, the core members of Clifford / Wright are from El Cerrito, California, each having earned Gold records over the years for playing on million-selling hits. Cosmo's original idea was to build the band around a solid rhythm section, and his first choice for a bass player was his old pal Steve Wright from the Greg Kihn Band. Cosmo and Steve not only had great chemistry as a rhythm section, they also clicked as a songwriting team, crafting well over a dozen original songs for the album. Completing the Clifford / Wright lineup were keyboard players Tim Gorman (The Who) and Pat Mosca (Greg Kihn Band), with featured guitarists Greg Douglass (Steve Miller Band), Jimmy Lyon (Eddie Money) and Joe Satriani. After holding auditions for a lead vocalist, Keith England w


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  2. For All The Money In The World
  3. I Need Your Love
  4. She Told Me So
  5. Lost Pride Fever
  6. I See Your Silhouette
  7. Real Love
  8. You Keep Runnin' Away
  9. Just In The Nick Of Time
  10. Weekends
  11. Lonesome Boy
  12. You're Gonna Love Again
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