Five John Fogerty solo albums primed for reissue

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This year marks the 20th anniversary of John Fogerty‘s Grammy award for his album Blue Moon Swamp. To celebrate, it’s getting a deluxe reissue along with four of the Credence Clearwater Revival frontman’s other solo albums.

1997’s Blue Moon Swamp will be reissued on April 27 along with Premonition (1998) and Centerfield (1985), with Eye Of The Zombie (1986) and Deja Vu (All Over Again) (2004) following on May 25.

All albums will be released in 180g vinyl, CD and digital editions. You can pre-order Blue Moon Swamp here.

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Fogerty is currently putting the finishing touches to a new album slated for release later this year.

The March 2018 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – with My Bloody Valentine and Rock’s 50 Most Extreme Albums on the cover. Elsewhere in the issue, there are new interviews with Joan Baez, Stick In The Wheel, Gary Numan, Jethro Tull and many more and we also look back on the rise of progressive country in 70s’ Austin, Texas. Our free 15 track-CD features 15 classic tracks from the edge of sound, including My Bloody Valentine, Cabaret Voltaire, Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band, Flying Saucer Attack and Mogwai.

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