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Travelin' Band: Creedence Clearwater Revival at the Royal Albert Hall


Documentary / Music

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Jeff Bridges Photo
Jeff Bridges as Narrator
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792.05 MB
English 2.0
24 fps
1 hr 26 min
P/S 23 / 89
1.59 GB
English 5.1
24 fps
1 hr 26 min
P/S 11 / 169

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by TomatoesareRotten10 / 10

Born in the 60's

I knew most of their hits as they were always being played throughout the duration of the Vietnam debacle, but some of this footage is utterly mesmerising. I've seen very little live footage of them over the decades, but to be blessed by the whole concert, at the Albert Hall in 1970, is a privilege worth savouring. The sound quality is bang on. To learn that "The Fortunate One" was all about the privileged who avoided the draft is fascinating in its own right. The astonishing thing about the live concert, is that the 4 of them are in a 20 foot radius of each other, tight in every aspect. Miss this at your peril.

Reviewed by PhilippeIII10 / 10

CCR in alll their glory

A Great documentary on this iconic American band Their background, their rise and amazing success. The early pictures if the musicians are truly surprising. The prolific John Fogerty is seen as a true artist, exceptionnal musician and song writer. The Royal Albert Hall Concert in 1970 is a great rare look into their dynamic band workings. Although I have attended a John Fogerty concert, I had never had the chance to see all 4 band mates play together . Before the bad blood and legal lawsuits that came later. It is with great joy that we can watch the 4 guys play together. What else can I say, I truly enjoyed this film.

Reviewed by tkdlifemagazine8 / 10

Very Good Music Documentary Concert

I always liked John Fogerty and Creedence but was never a fanatic. There music is very distinct and very American. This documentary and concert finale covers their first European trip. It is a good documentary because it weaves the background and history of the band in without making it boring. The story is told through interviews and old footage and in between concert and travel footage. It is a very cool look for the avid fan, or casual one. The concerto is excellent. Its has significance because it is from The Royal Albert Hall, where the Beatles went big, and around the time the Beatles announced they were splitting up. If you are a CCR fan I would add an additional star.

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