This was the first Dave Clark hit I remember and may have been their first.  Truth be told,  I liked the DC5 better then the Beatles, never mind Lennon and McCarthy were superior song writers.  I think it was Denny Payton's sax and Mike Smith's organ and gravelly vocals  I liked.  That gave the band a more R & B feel.

This was the first Dave Clark hit I remember and may have been their first. Truth be told, I liked the DC5 better then the Beatles, never mind Lennon and McCarthy were superior song writers. I think it was Denny Payton's sax and Mike Smith's organ and gravelly vocals I liked. That gave the band a more R & B feel.

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The Dave Clark Five - Their single "Glad All Over" knocked the Beatles' "I Want to Hold Your Hand" off the top of the UK Singles Chart in January 1964; it peaked at number 6 in the United States in April 1964. "Over And Over" was a number 1 single in the United States for the group in December 1965.

The Dave Clark Five - Their single "Glad All Over" knocked the Beatles' "I Want to Hold Your Hand" off the top of the UK Singles Chart in January 1964; it peaked at number 6 in the United States in April 1964. "Over And Over" was a number 1 single in the United States for the group in December 1965.

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The Dave Clark Five, an English pop rock group that were competing with the Beatles in 1960s. This image is very interesting because it shows the style of the band as well as the style of the poster during that period of time.

The Dave Clark Five, an English pop rock group that were competing with the Beatles in 1960s. This image is very interesting because it shows the style of the band as well as the style of the poster during that period of time.

The Dave Clark Five.  One of the first London Bands to hit the big time.  They were from Tottenham and had us all stomping to Glad All over.

The Dave Clark Five. One of the first London Bands to hit the big time. They were from Tottenham and had us all stomping to Glad All over.

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Glad all over - The Dave Clark Five  My utmost favorite band when I was in high school,

Glad all over - The Dave Clark Five My utmost favorite band when I was in high school,

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The Dave Clark Five:  One of the "Big Three" sixties groups:  Beatles, Stones, DCF.  Watch their documentary:  fascinating!!  DC was such an innovator!

The Dave Clark Five: One of the "Big Three" sixties groups: Beatles, Stones, DCF. Watch their documentary: fascinating!! DC was such an innovator!

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British Invasion concert poster During the 1960s many rock/pop music acts from the UK as well as British culture became popular. Some popular bands included (my all time favorites): The Beatles, The Dave Clark Five, The Kinks, The Rolling Stones, and The Who

British Invasion concert poster During the 1960s many rock/pop music acts from the UK as well as British culture became popular. Some popular bands included (my all time favorites): The Beatles, The Dave Clark Five, The Kinks, The Rolling Stones, and The Who

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