The "club" is actually a semi-super group of members of four bands from Sydney, Australia, representing Boy & Bear, All Our Exes Live In Texas, Hot Spoke and The Whitlams. The first thing you'll notice is that it's no John Fogerty imitator handling vocals, but instead two women, Katie Wighton from All Our Exes... and Ness Quinn of Hot Spoke. Next difference is the slightly hazy, woozie takes, giving the set a Cowboy Junkies feel. Then there are the non-traditional choices, such as starting with the relatively lesser performed "Long As I Can See The Light", and then a very laid back version of "I Put A Spell On You", the Screaming Jay Hawkins tune CCR also covered. "Midnight Special" gets returned to a country blues song, the way Leadbelly did it.
When they do get to more standard fare, again they put a very different spin on it. "Lodi" is quiet and acoustic, while "Bad Moon Rising" is a spooky dirge. These aren't tarted up with modern tradecraft either; "Fortunate Son" gets a slinky groove thanks to good old guitars, drums and keyboards, just like Creedence used to make 'em, only wonderfully fresh and re-imagined. There's life in those classics still.