creedence clearwater revival - tombstone shadow - stereo edit
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Edit * for headphones. A great song from John Fogerty's favorite CCR album "Green River", released in August 1969.
This edit is to enjoy the fabulous rhythm guitar picking part more seriously. Also has a wider stereo sound.

* I'm not sure if it is a true ccr backing track or a karaoke track of some studio session musicians that I used to edit this one, so, no guarantee that this is genuine ccr material ! ! !

The band changed their name (the Golliwogs) in January 1968 to Creedence Clearwater Revival, reportedly in honor of a friend of a friend of Tom Fogert named Credence Nuball. The new name came from three sources: Creedence: from "credence," a belief in themselves, Clearwater: initially it came from a beer commercial, but it resonated more strongly with the burgeoning environmental movement via an anti-pollution TV commercial, Revival: from the hope to revive the band's career.

The band struggled lots of problems, starting when Tom Fogerty resigned from CCR in late 1970. Read about it here: https://www.songfacts.com/facts/creedence-clearwater-revival

John Fogerty: lead and backing vocals, lead guitar, piano, keyboards, harmonica
Tom Fogerty: rhythm guitar
Stu Cook: bass guitar
Doug Clifford: drums

TOMBSTONE SHADOW
(John Fogerty)

tombstone shadow, stretching across my path
tombstone shadow, stretching across my path
every time I get some good news
ooh, there's a shadow on my back

saw the gypsy man, 'way down in San Berdoo
yeah I saw the gypsy man, 'way down in San Berdoo
five dollars on the table
oooh, Keep me 'way from my tomb

oh! oh!

said I got thirteen months of bad luck, bound to be some pain
don't you do no traveling, fly in no machines
tombstone shadow, stretching across my path
every time I get some good news
ooh, there's a shadow on my back

the man gave me a luck charm, cost five dollars more
said, "put some on your pillow and put some on your door"
he said, "take a long vacation, ooh for thirteen months or more"
oh, Lord!

tombstone shadow, stretching across my path
tombstone shadow, stretching across my path
every time I get some good news
ooh, there's a shadow on my back

alright, o.k.

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Views: 28
Uploaded: 2 weeks ago
Duration: 03:38
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Description
Edit * for headphones. A great song from John Fogerty's favorite CCR album "Green River", released in August 1969.
This edit is to enjoy the fabulous rhythm guitar picking part more seriously. Also has a wider stereo sound.

* I'm not sure if it is a true ccr backing track or a karaoke track of some studio session musicians that I used to edit this one, so, no guarantee that this is genuine ccr material ! ! !

The band changed their name (the Golliwogs) in January 1968 to Creedence Clearwater Revival, reportedly in honor of a friend of a friend of Tom Fogert named Credence Nuball. The new name came from three sources: Creedence: from "credence," a belief in themselves, Clearwater: initially it came from a beer commercial, but it resonated more strongly with the burgeoning environmental movement via an anti-pollution TV commercial, Revival: from the hope to revive the band's career.

The band struggled lots of problems, starting when Tom Fogerty resigned from CCR in late 1970. Read about it here: https://www.songfacts.com/facts/creedence-clearwater-revival

John Fogerty: lead and backing vocals, lead guitar, piano, keyboards, harmonica
Tom Fogerty: rhythm guitar
Stu Cook: bass guitar
Doug Clifford: drums

TOMBSTONE SHADOW
(John Fogerty)

tombstone shadow, stretching across my path
tombstone shadow, stretching across my path
every time I get some good news
ooh, there's a shadow on my back

saw the gypsy man, 'way down in San Berdoo
yeah I saw the gypsy man, 'way down in San Berdoo
five dollars on the table
oooh, Keep me 'way from my tomb

oh! oh!

said I got thirteen months of bad luck, bound to be some pain
don't you do no traveling, fly in no machines
tombstone shadow, stretching across my path
every time I get some good news
ooh, there's a shadow on my back

the man gave me a luck charm, cost five dollars more
said, "put some on your pillow and put some on your door"
he said, "take a long vacation, ooh for thirteen months or more"
oh, Lord!

tombstone shadow, stretching across my path
tombstone shadow, stretching across my path
every time I get some good news
ooh, there's a shadow on my back

alright, o.k.

®© UMG
®© WMG
®© ABKCO Music, Inc.
®© EMI Music Publishing
®© SOLAR Music Rights Management

All rights reserved by the copyright owners. This nonprofit fan-made video is solely to promote awareness an
Category
Music
Autoplay: No Yes