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    When you're finished with this one, try "Lookin' Out My Backdoor" by CCR. It's a favorite of mine and it's impossible to be certain of the meaning of the lyrics yet it's so joyful that it really doesn't matter. Still curious though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tabby View Post
    when you're finished with this one, try "lookin' out my backdoor" by ccr. It's a favorite of mine and it's impossible to be certain of the meaning of the lyrics yet it's so joyful that it really doesn't matter. Still curious though!
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    Sounds like he's happy to be out of Illinois. He didn't like Lodi, Texas much either.

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    I think he sounds like a truck driver just getting home from a long haul and getting ready to light up, drop some or get it on. (Oh boy!)
    This is a great song to dance to , btw.

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    I recall reading a long time ago that JF claimed that drugs were never a part of CCR. I also recall that he had an issue with alcohol consumption later on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahso! View Post
    I recall reading a long time ago that JF claimed that drugs were never a part of CCR. I also recall that he had an issue with alcohol consumption later on.
    I met CCR guys in Atlanta during the First Atlanta Pop Festival. They were definitely not into drugs. Didn't even get into pot in those days. Music was their everything.
    A good group of guys.

    Some of that may have changed later when they came apart at the seams.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LarsMac View Post
    I met CCR guys in Atlanta during the First Atlanta Pop Festival. They were definitely not into drugs. Didn't even get into pot in those days. Music was their everything.
    A good group of guys.

    Some of that may have changed later when they came apart at the seams.
    Yes, I heard the same thing--that they weren't into drugs. I think most of the groups and performers who played at our club were not into drugs. Booze, pot- yes for some, but very few into drugs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LarsMac View Post
    I met CCR guys in Atlanta during the First Atlanta Pop Festival. They were definitely not into drugs. Didn't even get into pot in those days. Music was their everything.
    A good group of guys.

    Some of that may have changed later when they came apart at the seams.
    I liked it when the power went out and the drummers got together on stage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wandrin View Post
    I liked it when the power went out and the drummers got together on stage.
    I favorite part was the freebie at Piedmont Park afterward.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LarsMac View Post
    I favorite part was the freebie at Piedmont Park afterward.
    Somehow, I missed that one. (or for some reason my memory was impaired)

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