The Dave Clark Five - Glad All Over Again: The Dave Clark Five's All-Time Greatest Hits download album
Glad All Over is the debut studio album by the English rock band the Dave Clark Five.
Complete your The Dave Clark Five collection. Do You Love Me. Bits And Pieces. I Know You. No Time To Lose. Bits And Pieces (LP, Album).
Producer – Adrian Clark (tracks: B1), Dave Clark (tracks: A1 to A5, B2 to D5). Saxophone – Denny Payton. Matrix, Runout (A-Side): AL 33460. Glad All Over Again (Thirty Five Solid Gold Hits - A Selection Of The DC5's 50 Million Sellers) (CD, Comp, RM). Hollywood Records.
Friday, December 4, 2009. The Dave Clark Five - Complete vol. 1. The new theme from JANCY ! For a very brief time in 1964, it seemed that the biggest challenger to the Beatles' phenomenon was the Dave Clark Five. The Dave Clark Five reached the Top 40 17 times between 1964 and 1967 with memorable hits like "Glad All Over," "Bits and Pieces," "Because," and a remake of Bobby Day's "Over and Over," as well as making more appearances on The Ed Sullivan Show than any other English act. The DC5 were distinguished from their British contemporaries by their larger-than-life production, Clark's loud stomping drum sound, and Mike Smith's leathery vocals. I Like It Like That (EPIC, 1966) The Dave Clark Five's Greatest Hits (EPIC, 1966) Try Too Hard (EPIC, 1966) Satisfied With You (EPIC, 1966) More Greatest Hits (EPIC, 1966) 5 By 5 - Go!
Dave Clark Five Format: Vinyl. Format: VinylVerified Purchase. I love the music of the DC 5; it's beautiful. Lovely picture sleeve also. But, someone wrote in bold magic marker on the sleeve cover, which looks kind of tacky.
The Dave Clark Five on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1966. From left: Denis Payton, Dave Clark, Mike Smith, Rick Huxley, and Lenny Davidson. The Red Balloon" B-side: "Maze of Love" (from History of The Dave Clark Five). Glad All Over Again: The Dave Clark Five's All-Time Greatest Hits. Good Old Rock 'n' Roll Medley" B-side: "One Night/Lawdy Miss Clawdy".
The Dave Clark Five's first album might seem a bit on the meager side outside of the context of the first flush of the British Invasion. At the time, though, it was a pretty exuberant slab o' vinyl that rocked pretty hard for the most part, paced by the three Top 10 singles "Glad All Over," "Do You Love Me," and "Bits and Pieces. It was a huge seller as well, peaking at number three and remaining in the charts almost as long as the albums by their chief competitors of the era, the Beatles. And it does have a few decent, though not great, original songs.