Creedence Clearwater Revival is set to release a live album, ‘At the Royal Albert Hall,’ which was recorded at the iconic London venue on April 14th, 1970.
The original multi-track tapes from the performance have sat in storage for more than 50 years.They have been remixed by Giles Martin and sound engineer Sam Okell, the duo who helped put together Beatles reissues of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, "The White Album," Abbey Road and Let It Be.
The also engineered the audio for the Elton John bio-pic Rocketman and Peter Jackson’s documentary The Beatles: Get Back.That’s quite a resume.
The first single from the live album is "Bad Moon Rising." The live album will be fully released on September 16th in various formats including vinyl, CD, cassette and digital. It’ll accompany the release of the CCR documentary Travelin’ Band: Creedence Clearwater Revival at the Royal Albert Hall.
Both the album and the film will be released as a box set on November 14th.
[Source: Classic Hits Today]