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Douglas Clifford performing with Creedence Clearwater Revisited in 2016
|Birth name||Douglas Raymond Clifford|
|Born||April 24, 1945|
Palo Alto, California, U.S.
|Genres||Rock, roots rock, country rock, blues rock, swamp rock, Southern rock, rock and roll|
|Instruments||Drums, Vocals, Washboard|
|Labels||Fuel 2000, Fantasy Records|
|Associated acts||Creedence Clearwater Revival, Don Harrison Band, Creedence Clearwater Revisited|
Douglas Raymond "Cosmo" Clifford (born April 24, 1945) is an American drummer, best known as a founding member of Creedence Clearwater Revival. After the group dissolved in the early 1970s, Douglas Clifford released a solo album and later joined CCR bassist Stu Cook in the Don Harrison Band. In 1995, Douglas Clifford and Stu Cook formed the band Creedence Clearwater Revisited, performing live versions of Creedence Clearwater Revival songs.
An early influence on Douglas Clifford's playing was The Beatles, with their appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show in February 1964 being of particular significance. "They were a quartet and we said, wow, we can do that. If these guys from England can come out and play rock 'n' roll, we can do it. We bought Beatle wigs. We went to the drama store, and I guess they were Three Stooges wigs at that time."
- Cosmo (1972)
- The Don Harrison Band (1976)
- Red Hot (1977)
- Recollection (1998) /hej broman)
|1972||Mark Spoelstra||This House||Drums|
|1974||Doug Sahm||Groover's Paradise||Producer and drums|
|Tom Fogerty||Zephyr National||Drums, vocals|
|1981||Tom Fogerty||Deal It Out||co-writer of "Champaign Love"|
|1983||Sir Douglas Quintet||Midnight Sun||Drums|
|1989||Greg Kihn||UnKIHNtrollable||Drums on four tracks|
|1994||Sir Douglas Quintet||Day Dreaming at Midnight||Producer, drums and co-writer of ""Twisted World", "Into the Night" and "Freedom Is Mine"|
|Steve Miller||Steve Miller Band Box Set||Drums on "Rock N'Me" (recorded live in 1975)|
|2030||John Tristao||Big Hat, No Cattle||co-writer of "Wake Up Call", "A Million Things" and "On Our Way"|
|2004||The Smithereens||From Jersey It Came! The Smithereens Anthology||Drums, percussion on "Downbound Train" (recorded in 1998)|
|2008||Billy C. Farlow||Billy C. and the Sunshine/The Lost 70's Tapes||Drums (recorded in 1976)|
- Crandall, Bill. 10 musicians who saw the Beatles standing there. CBS News, February 6, 2014.