Streaming Masters – Creedence Clearwater Revival

46 years after their break up, some songs of Creedence Clearwater Revival are still among the most streamed tracks of the 60s and the 70s. Are they remembered only thanks to a few songs? Are their albums beloved as much as they were decades ago?


As detailed in the Fixing Log articleSpotify represents 157 million of the 272 million users of streaming platforms, while YouTube is pretty much the only video platform generating some revenue for the industry. Below is the equivalence set on the aforementioned article:

Audio Stream 1500 plays equal 1 album unit
Video Stream 11,750 views equal 1 album unit

Equivalent Albums Sales (EAS) = 272/157 * Spotify streams / 1500 + YouTube views / 11750


Creedence Clearwater Revival full streaming Spotify and YouTube breakdown

Total: 2,151,023 EAS

Most streamed tracks (EAS)

1. Have You Ever Seen The Rain [Pendulum]376,000
2. Fortunate Son [Willy And The Poor Boys]370,000
3. Bad Moon Rising [Green River]228,000
4. Down On The Corner [Willy And The Poor Boys]126,000
5. Proud Mary [Bayou Country]100,000
6. Lookin’ Out My Back Door [Cosmo’s Factory]87,000
7. Up Around The Bend [Cosmo’s Factory]84,000
8. Who’ll Stop The Rain [Cosmo’s Factory]61,000
9. Cotton Fields [Willy And The Poor Boys]55,000
10. Born On The Bayou [Bayou Country]53,000
11. Green River [Green River]42,000
12. I Heard It Through The Grapevine [Cosmo’s Factory]41,000
13. Suzie Q [Creedence Clearwater Revival]40,000
14. Run Through The Jungle [Cosmo’s Factory]40,000
15. I Put A Spell On You [Creedence Clearwater Revival]31,000
16. Travelin’ Band [Cosmo’s Factory]30,000
17. Long As I Can See The Light [Cosmo’s Factory]28,000
18. Lodi [Green River]27,000
19. The Midnight Special [Willy And The Poor Boys]26,000
20. Hey Tonight [Pendulum]18,000

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What is “Orphans”? Internet search doesn’t turn up anything.


Hi Dave!

The orphan block lists all songs that first came out outside of a studio album.

Jules Giddings

Will we get their career sales totals?


Are their streams from their aging fan base or are they actually reaching a new generation( s) of fans ?


I could be wrong but considering the age demographics, I’d say it is more to do with new generations finding and appreciating their music. A survey in March 2018 indicated the following age breakdown for Spotify users in the U.S.: 26% 18-24-year-olds 29% 25-34-year-olds 16% 35-44-year-olds 11% 45-54-year-olds 19% 55 and older Given that CCR split in 1972, 46 years ago, only the 55 and older group could technically be classed as “ageing fans” and they only contribute 19% of all users. Even if we included the 45-54 group, it would still only be 30% of all users and I’d… Read more »

Jules Giddings

‘Aging’ is such a derogatory term. As mentioned, I don’t think it applies with Spotify. They’re streaming numbers are massive.