Creedence Clearwater Revival recently released their performance of “Fortunate Son” from the Royal Albert Hall Concert album.
The Californian band played two shows at the prestigious auditorium in London during their eight-date European tour in 1970.
The short “Fortunate Son” clip, restored and mixed by the Grammy-winning due of producer Giles Martin and engineer Sam Okell, captures the full energy of one of the most vital live bands in rock history.
The song, written by John Fogerty, was part of Willy and the Poor Boys, the band’s fourth studio album, which came out in October 1969.
“Fortunate Son” will be part of Creedence Clearwater Revival at the Royal Albert Hall, as well as the concert documentary feature film Travelin’ Band, due out on September 16. The album will be out on 180gm vinyl, CD, and cassette, and on digital formats.
Source: RTT Music News