Dave Clark Five - Medley (Vintage Pop).
The Dave Clark Five Collection - Студийный альбом от The Dave Clark Five. Вышел Неизвестно В альбом вошло 30 треков.
The Dave Clark Five were an English pop rock band which became famous as part of the British Invasion of beat music groups in the early 1960s. A New Zealand did not have an official national music chart until 1966. singles were issued with picture sleeves. Charted singles that did not include picture sleeves include "Bits And Pieces", "Do You Love Me", "Any Way You Want It", "Reelin' & Rockin'", "Red and Blue" and "Please Stay".
Album: The Dave Clark Five's Greatest. Download Dave Clark Five - At the Scene. The Dave Clark Five's Greatest: Best 2 songs. Dave Clark Five - The Mulberry Bush 02:07. Dave Clark Five - I Said I Was Sorry Having a Wild Weekend, 2016 02:58. Artist: Dave Clark Five.
This song is by Dave Clark Five and appears on the album The History of the Dave Clark Five (1993). Everyone who is lonelyI've got a place for youWhere the music l way past two. Come along now, let's go down to the scene(Well, what's it like now)Meet me down at the scene(Well, tell me more, tell me more)You'll live just like a queenWhen you're down at the scene.
Studio album by The Dave Clark Five. Glad All Over is the debut US studio album by English rock band The Dave Clark Five. It contains some of their hit songs like "Glad All Over", "Bits and Pieces" and "Do You Love Me".
Redirected from Dave Clark 5). The Dave Clark Five were an English pop rock band formed in Tottenham in 1957. In January 1964 they had their first UK top ten single, "Glad All Over", which knocked the Beatles' "I Want to Hold Your Hand" off the top of the UK Singles Chart. It peaked at number 6 in the United States in April 1964. Although this was their only UK they topped the US chart in December 1965, with their cover of Bobby Day's "Over And Over".
In 1964, Dave Clark Five's raucous beat-driven pop was the only rival to the Beatles' nascent British Invasion. Over the course of their short career (they disbanded in 1970), they created songs that would go on to sell over one hundred million copies. Driven by Dave Clark's front-and-center drumming and Mike Smith's gravelly unhinged vocals, the group knocked out hits like "Bits and Pieces", Glad All Over" and "Because" - hitting the American top 40 over a dozen other times in a three year period.
|At The Scene|
|I Miss You|
|5-9882||The Dave Clark Five||At The Scene (7", Single)||Epic||5-9882||US||1966|
|C 23 161, 45-DW 6431||The Dave Clark Five||At The Scene / I Miss You (7", Single)||Columbia, Columbia||C 23 161, 45-DW 6431||Germany||1966|
|72324||Dave Clark Five*||At The Scene (7", Single)||Capitol Records||72324||Canada||1966|
|45-POPC. 2113||Dave Clark Five*||At The Scene (7", Single)||Columbia||45-POPC. 2113||India||1966|
|DO-4669||The Dave Clark Five||At The Scene (7", Single)||Columbia||DO-4669||Australia||1966|
|5-9882||The Dave Clark Five||At The Scene (7", Single, Promo)||Epic||5-9882||US||1966|
|DS 2308||The Dave Clark Five||At The Scene/ I Miss You (7", Single)||Columbia||DS 2308||Sweden||1966|