The Golliwogs were the American rock band that eventually became Creedence Clearwater Revival.
The band started out, in 1959, as an instrumental trio called The Blue Velvets. The original line up was John Fogerty (guitar), Stu Cook (piano), and Doug Clifford (drums). In 1960, John's older brother Tom, who had been in local bands since 1958, began singing with the group.
The Blue Velvets released three singles in the San Francisco Bay area, during 1961 and 1962, on Oakland's Orchestra… read more
|1||Fight Fire||8,655 listeners|
|2||Don't Tell Me No Lies||1,196 listeners|
|3||You Better Be Careful||1,185 listeners|
|4||Brown-Eyed Girl||1,138 listeners|
|5||You Came Walking||1,063 listeners|
|6||Walking On The Water||1,059 listeners|
|7||Fragile Child||1,050 listeners|
|8||Where You Been||1,010 listeners|
|9||You Got Nothin' On Me||951 listeners|
|10||Try Try Try||918 listeners|