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9 thoughts on “ Who Do You Think Youre Talking To - The Dave Clark Five - Five By Five 1964-69 (Vinyl, LP)
  1. Kigalrajas says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Five By Five on Discogs.5/5(1).
  2. Zum says:
    Nov 11,  · dave clark five whenever youre around true stereo - Duration: zotique1po 13, I MISS YOU - Dave Clark Five - Duration: John InPhilly , views. Tina.
  3. Tahn says:
    The Dave Clark Five A: Try Too Hard B: All Night Long: Columbia Netherlands: DB Jun 7" 0: The Dave Clark Five A: Look Before You Leap B: Please Tell Me Why: Columbia Netherlands: DB Jun 7" 0: The Dave Clark Five A: Nineteen Days B: I Need Love: Columbia Netherlands: DB Nov 7" 0: The Dave Clark Five A: You.
  4. Zulkilkis says:
    The Dave Clark Five's Greatest Hits: Issued with standard and promo picture sleeves Ninth gold disc. Written by R. Byrd. "At the Scene" B-side: "I Miss You" (from History of the Dave Clark Five) Epic February More Greatest Hits: B-side lead vocal by Denis Payton "Try Too Hard" B-side: "All Night Long" (from More Greatest.
  5. Faushakar says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Dave Clark Five - Five By Five at Discogs. Complete your The Dave Clark Five collection.4/5(11).
  6. Nakinos says:
    This album, which never saw a U.S. release, is pretty amazing as a document of where the Dave Clark Five were in the last third of the s. Divided between a fast side ("Go!!") and a ballad side ("Slow!!"), the group's pounding beat was still there, albeit just a bit slower; the rhythm guitar had given way to jagged lead lines, and Mike Smith was singing a few shades blacker than he'd.
  7. Zumuro says:
    The Dave Clark Five (The DC5) Lyrics. sort by album sort by song. album: "American Tour" () Because. Who's He Think He Is. Whenever You're Around. I Want You Still. Long Ago. Anytime You Want Love. album: "Glad All Over" () Glad All Over. All Of The Time. Stay. Chaquita. Do You Love Me. Bits And Pieces.
  8. Mat says:
    The Dave Clark Five. In one of the biggest choices rock 'n' roll fans had to make was whether they preferred the Beatles to the Dave Clark Five. That may seem absurd now, with the Beatles having been canonized and the DC5 usually remembered as just another group from the '60s.
  9. Mooguzragore says:
    The Dave Clark Five had actually broken up a few months before this album appeared in the U.K. near the end of , not even gaining American release. Its failure to appear in the U.S. might not solely have been due to the group's failure to land any big hits there since , as it's not truly a proper album, but actually a collection of tracks from various sources that verges on a hodgepodge.

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