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John Fogerty - Centerfield Album

John Fogerty - Centerfield Album
John Fogerty
Pop Rock, Folk Rock, Country Rock
15 Jan 1985
9 25203-1, 1-25203
MP3 album size:
2740 mb
FLAC album size:
2286 mb
Warner Bros. Records


1Mr. Greed4:05
2I Can't Help Myself3:11
5Rock And Roll Girls3:26
6The Old Man Down The Road3:32
7I Saw It On T.V.4:19
8Big Train (From Memphis)2:58
9Zanz Kant Danz5:30


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
9-25203-2John Fogerty Centerfield ‎(CD, Album, RE)Warner Bros. Records9-25203-2Europe1992
925 203-1, 925203-1John Fogerty Centerfield ‎(LP, Album)Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records925 203-1, 925203-1Greece1985
9 25203-1John Fogerty Centerfield ‎(LP, Album, TP, W/Lbl)Warner Bros. Records9 25203-1Greece1985
0044-50306-2John Fogerty Centerfield ‎(HDCD, Album, RE, RM, RP)DreamWorks Records0044-50306-2USUnknown
538365701John Fogerty Centerfield ‎(LP, Album)BMG538365701US2018


  • Arranged By, ProducerJohn Fogerty
  • Art DirectionJohn Fogerty, Laura LiPuma
  • Artwork [Pre-Production]Bob Fogerty
  • DesignLaura LiPuma
  • Design [Back Cover Set]Kelly Ray
  • EngineerJeffrey "Nik" Norman
  • Engineer [Second]Mark Slagle
  • Mastered ByBobby Hata
  • Photography By [Back Cover]Richard Litt
  • Photography By [Front Cover]Stuart Watson
  • Photography By [Inner Sleeve]Victoria Pearson
  • Words By, Music ByJ.C. Fogerty


℗ 1984, 1985 Warner Bros. Records Inc. © 1985 Warner Bros. Records Inc.
All songs © 1984 Wenaha Music Company

Original Allied Pressing before track B4 "Zanz Kant Danz" was changed

Custom inner sleeve contains lyrics/credits/photo

Recorded at The Plant Studios, Sausalito, CA

J. Fogerty played all instruments on this album with overdubbing

Dedicated to Gossimer Wump


  • Matrix / Runout (A Side Etch, except "ɑ" stamp [variant 1]): 1-25203-A-SH1 ɑ B-20194-Δ̶SH1 SLM Δ8145 1-1
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side Etch, except "ɑ" stamp [variant 1]): 1-25203-A-SH1 ɑ B-20195-ΔSH1 SLM Δ8145-X 1-1
  • Matrix / Runout (A Side Etch, except "ɑ" stamp [variant 2]): 1-25203-A-SH1 ɑ B-20194-SH1 SLM Δ8145 1-2
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side Etch, except "ɑ" stamp [variant 2]): 1-25203-A-SH1 ɑ B-20195-SH1 SLM Δ8145-X 1-1
  • Matrix / Runout (A Side Etch, except "ɑ" stamp [variant 3]): 1-25203-A-SH1 ɑ B-20194-A̶ SH1 SLM Δ8145 1-1
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side Etch, except "ɑ" stamp [variant 3]): 1-25203-B-SH1 ɑ B-20195-SH1 SLM Δ8145-X 1-1
  • Barcode (Text): 0 7599-25203-1
  • Barcode (Scan; Format: UPC_A): 075992520317
  • Rights Society: ASCAP


  • Recorded At – The Plant Studios
  • Mastered At – K Disc Mastering
  • Mastered At – Sheffield Lab Matrix – Δ8145
  • Pressed By – Allied Record Company – B-20194
  • Record Company – Warner Communications
  • Published By – Wenaha Music Company
  • Copyright (c) – Wenaha Music Company
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.


Centerfield is the third solo studio album by musician John Fogerty. Released in 1985, it spawned the hit singles The Old Man Down the Road, Rock and Roll Girls and the title track Centerfield. This was Fogerty's first album in nine years After Asylum Records rejected his Hoodoo album, he decided to take a long break from the music business because of legal battles with his record company. In the meantime, Fogerty's recording contract with Asylum Records was reassigned to co-owned Warner Bros. Centerfield - 25th Anniversary - John Fogerty. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. John Fogerty pulled himself out of the game sometime after his 1976 album Hoodoo failed to materialize and he sat on the bench for a full decade, returning in the thick of the Reagan era with Centerfield in 1985. For as knowingly nostalgic as Centerfield is, deliberately mining from Fogertys childhood memories and consciously referencing his older tunes, the album is steeped in the mid-80s, propelled too often by electronic drums - the title track has a particularly egregious use of synthesized handclaps - occasionally colored by synths and always relying on the wide-open production that. John Fogerty - Centerfield 1985. Fogerty's 1985 comeback solo album presented in a non-modified recording of Warner Brothers 1-25203 vinyl LP. All efforts were made to . John Fogerty is at Dodger Stadium. 28 May at 21:29 Los Angeles, CA, United States . It took 75 years and its a little different than I envisioned. Now on my birthday I get to fulfill my dream playing Centerfield in centerfield with my kids on the team. A home run Hopefully it won't be long until we are able to have baseball back. Weekly chart history for the John Fogerty album Centerfield along with track listing and links to charting singles from the album. John Fogerty. Release Date: January 14, 1985. Track List: Side one 1. The Old Man Down The Road 2. Rock And Roll Girls 3. Big Train From Memphis 4. I Saw It On T. Greed Side two 1. Searchlight 2. Centerfield 3. I Can't Help Myself 4. Zanz Kant Danz. Chart information for: John Fogerty. Chart History. Chart Date. Band Name John Fogerty. Album Name Centerfield. Type Album. 发布日期 15 一月 1985. 出版公司 Warner Music Group. I Can't Help Myself. Vanz Kant Danz. Listen online to John Fogerty - Centerfield and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and 에서 John Fogerty - Centerfield의 릴리스, 리뷰, 크레딧, 곡 등을 발견하여 John Fogerty 컬렉션을 완성해보세요. Recommendation for entering the country: Bellaphon: Germany, Austria & Switzerland Warner Bros


  • Ynonno
What is the best sounding version of this? I finally got around to adding this to my collection today in the forum of an original 1985 pressing ( and thought it sounded very digital, thin and lacked punchiness. Does anyone have experience with the HDCD release in 2001?
I don’t have this on HDCD, but on Japanese mini lp cd. It’s the UICY- 94701 SHM release and it sounds great. I have a few HDCDs, but I don’t know if you know this or not, your CD player has to be able to decode a HDCD properly. It’s not something that all players are capable of doing. I was fortunate enough to purchase a Oppo-UDP-205 multi format player that has on screen options to turn HDCD on or off. It plays HDCDs as well as the newer MQA CDs that are coming out of Japan. Only a few players will play back the MQA CDs. But I think my Japanese Platinum SHM Cds 24Bit/192kHz disc sound better than my limited number of MQA disc I have purchased. My older Sony Blu-ray player will play back SACD and it was a Sam’s Club special under $80.00, but it doesn’t decode HDCD. I use it on our bedroom television. It’s a format that requires a player that will play back HDCD. It is a nice sounding format and High Resolution, but it is just another attempt to get people to buy a new CD player. I got my Oppo player before they closed shop and it will play back anything that I’ve ever owned. It does formats that I have never tried. I thought my Sony Blu-ray player was playing back my HDCDs in their 24Bit/96kHz format, but they where actually played back in 16Bit/44.1kHz. I looked through the manual and it was specific about the players limitations, but it plays back SACD and Digital Dolby DTS 5.1 disc? Most SACD players are expensive. I guess this was an oddball player and that’s why it was at Sam’s. The Oppo player is great and sounds incredible. I purchased mine before they decided to close up shop, now they sell for over $3,000 on Ebay. It does SACD as well as multi region formats and 4K Movies. Just haven’t dropped the money yet for a 4K Television. It will allow me to play music through the onboard amp while my husband watches television at the same time. Some of the older higher end DVD players are capable of playing back HDCD properly and they are extremely affordable on Ebay as they are essentially outdated, but they are still great at decoding HDCDs. Plus they play back DVDA disc which I have a few of as well. I have a Sony ES DVD player that plays HDCD back properly and it sells for like $50.00 to $80.00 on eBay and it has a built in amp as well. It sounds great.I’m betting that the HDCD version probably sounds extremely good as all of the others I have sound much better than the standard CDs.Hope this helps,James