Live in Europe is the first vinyl-Double-LP live album by American band Creedence Clearwater Revival, released in 1973 documenting the Mardi Gras tour.
The album is notable because it was performed as a trio following Tom Fogerty’s departure. The record was released despite John Fogerty’s strong objections.
The album was released after John Fogerty’s final struggles with Fantasy Records, in which he as a songwriter was trapped. In 1973, John Fogerty said he never would play a Creedence song again, since this would only benefit Fantasy Records. This was a promise he kept for some 20 years.