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By 1968, John Fogerty and Doug Clifford had been discharged from military service, and all four members had quit their jobs to begin an intense schedule of rehearsing and playing full-time at clubs. [ citation needed ] AM radio programmers around the . took note when their cover of the 1956 rockabilly song [13] " Susie Q " from their self-titled debut album received substantial airplay in the San Francisco Bay Area and on Chicago's WLS . [ citation needed ] It was the band's second single—its first to reach the Top 40 (No. 11), and would be its only Top 40 hit not written by John Fogerty. Two other singles from the debut were released: a cover of Screamin' Jay Hawkins 's " I Put A Spell On You " (No. 58) and "Porterville" (released on the Scorpio label with writing credited to "T. Spicebush Swallowtail"), written during Fogerty's time in the Army Reserve.

...and the Duck Kee market from an old photo. Although it was a few blocks up from the Fantasy Records office, the band didn't go there often. After the album came out, John Fogerty walked in to buy cigarettes (he doesn't smoke now) and the female cashier (perhaps Mrs. Duck Kee) pulled the album down off the wall and exclaimed, "You're the singer!." ( from Bad Moon Rising , p. 81)

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