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9 thoughts on “ Glad All Over - The Dave Clark Five - Glad All Over / Wild Weekend (Vinyl)

  1. Dec 15,  · referencing Glad All Over, CD, Album, ODR No, Dave Clark has not come to his senses. This is a finely done mono only needle-drop vastly superior to the Bits & Pieces boots/5().
  2. The Dave Clark Five Glad All Over. Add to Custom List. Add to My Collection. AllMusic Rating. 7. User Ratings (0) Your Rating. Overview ↓ User Weekend in London. The Rolling Stones. 12 X 5. Manfred Mann / Manfred Mann.
  3. The DC5s LPs "Glad All Over", "The Dave Clark Five Return" and FINALLY, I once again, own "American Tour" (don't be fooled by title: it's not a live LP, it's a terrific studio album!) Thanks to this CD product, I am soooo happy my DC5 collection is now complete!
  4. The Dave Clark Five (DC5) was an English rock and roll group of the 60s, known as one of the few that were able to present something of a commercial threat to The Beatles, the dominant group of the period, during the beat music craze. They were, in fact, the second group of the 'British Invasion' after the Beatles to have a chart hit in America with "Glad All Over", a sort of 'signature song.
  5. May 31,  · Label: Epic - LN • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono 1st State Cover • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Pop Rock, Rock & Roll, Beat, Vocal The Dave Clark Five - Glad All Over (, 1st State Cover, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(22).
  6. "Glad All Over" was the Dave Clark Five's first hit, and still their most famous song, reaching number six in early , shortly after it had gone all the way to number one in their native Britain. The song starts off with what was, more than anything else, the Dave Clark Five's trademark: foot .
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Glad All over Again - The Dave Clark Five on AllMusic -
  8. May 13,  · The documentary is an excellent history of The Dave Clark Five, with plenty of archival footage, performance clips, and interviews with original DC5 fans, as well as celebrity admirers such as Sir Paul McCartney (I don't know if Dave's fellow drummer Ringo was asked, but he may have declined), Sir Elton John, Bruce Springsteen, Gene Simmons (who should have left the KISS makeup at home - Reviews:
  9. Catch Us If You Can () (released as Having a Wild Weekend in the U.S.) was the feature-film debut of director John Boorman. It was designed as a vehicle for pop band the Dave Clark Five, whose popularity at the time rivaled that of the Beatles, and is named after their hit song "Catch Us If You Can".

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