Tom Fogerty (album)

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Tom Fogerty
Studio album by
Genre Rock, blues rock
Label Fantasy Records
Producer Brian Gardner, Tom Fogerty
Tom Fogerty chronology
Tom Fogerty
Professional ratings
Review scores
Christgau's Record Guide D [1]

Tom Fogerty is Tom Fogerty's first solo album. [2]

Track listing

All songs written by Tom Fogerty.

  1. "The Legend of Alcatraz" 2:35
  2. "Lady of Fatima" 4:27
  3. "Beauty is Under the Skin" 2:29
  4. "Wondering" 2:31
  5. "My Pretty Baby" 2:24
  6. "Train to Nowhere" 3:39
  7. "Everyman" 2:11
  8. "The Me Song" 2:26
  9. "Cast the First Stone" 2:11
  10. "Here Stands the Clown" 2:52



Chart (1972)Peak
US Top LPs (Billboard) [3] 78


1972"Cast the First Stone"US Easy Listening42

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