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The Dave Clark Five - 5 By 5 Album

Tracklist

1Sitting Here Baby
Written-By – D. Clark, M. Smith
2:40
2You Don't Want My Loving
Written-By – D. Clark, D. Payton
2:42
3Small Talk
Written-By – D. Clark, M. Smith
2:15
4How Can I Tell You
Written-By – D. Clark, L. Davidson
2:05
5Little Bit Strong
Written-By – D. Clark, L. Davidson
1:21
6Bernedette
Written-By – D. Clark, M. Smith
2:11
7Something I've Always Wanted
Written-By – D. Clark, D. Payton
2:00
8Pick Up Your Phone
Written-By – D. Clark, M. Smith
2:01
9Nineteen Days
Written-By – D. Clark, D. Payton
1:55
10Picture Of You
Written-By – D. Clark, D. Payton
1:50

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LN 24236The Dave Clark Five 5 By 5 ‎(LP, Album, Mono)EpicLN 24236US1967
LN 24236The Dave Clark Five 5 By 5 ‎(LP, Album, Mono, Promo)EpicLN 24236US1967

Credits

  • ProducerDave Clark

Info

The Dave Clark Five is a US-only compilation double-album by The Dave Clark Five. The double-LP was released in 1971 three years after the group's last US studio album entitled Everybody Knows. It features 20 studio tracks in true stereo. As all but the group's last three commercial US albums were issued in re-channeled stereo, fifteen tracks make their U. true stereo debut in this two-disc package, the exceptions being Good Love Is Hard To Find, Sitting Here Baby, Inside and Out. Dave Clark Five - 5 By 5 - Full Album - Vintage Music Songs Nineteen Days 00:00,0 Something I've Always Wanted 01:47,2 Little Bit Strong 03:48,2 Dave Clark Five - 5 By 5 1967. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. The Dave Clark Five. Songs in album The Dave Clark Five - 5 By 5 1967. The Dave Clark Five - Nineteen Days. The Dave Clark Five - Something I've Always Wanted. The Dave Clark Five - Little Bit Strong. The Dave Clark Five - Bernedette. The Dave Clark Five - Sitting Here Baby. The Dave Clark Five - You Don't Want My Loving. The Dave Clark Five - How Can I Tell You. The D. The Dave Clark Five: все альбомы, включая Time To Relaxe , More Greatest Hits , Guitar Town Music и другие. 5 By 5. 1967 2019 - Remaster. The Dave Clark Five, often called The DC5, were an English rock and roll 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 No. 6 in the United States in April 1964. Although this was their only UK No. 1, they topped the US chart in December 1965, with their cover of Bobby Day's Over And Over. Their version of Chet Powers' Get Together. 5 by 5 Q&A. More The Dave Clark Five albums. The Dave Clark Five vs Peter & Gordon. The Story Of Dave Clark Five. Show all albums by The Dave Clark Five. The Dave Clark Five packed a mean one-two punch with Glad All Over and Bits and Pieces. But after that splash, the group lost all of its momentum. This 1967 release gets an 'A' for effort. All of the songs were penned by the Dave Clark Five. There are noble attempts to try different styles here blues, hard rock - with fuzz guitar, no less, but none of it quite comes off, and the material is particularly dated for Summer of Love 1967. The DC5 were best at straight-ahead pop h. The Dave Clark Five had the hardest rock sound anyone had heard to this were even louder and harder than the Beatles singing Twist and Shout or Please Please Me. There was nothing to rival them. This harder music of the Beatles and Dave Clark Five created an interest in the British Invasion by boys who had not been totally enthusiastic about the American Bandstand scene of the early 60's though I liked both. The band's sound was based on older rock 'n' roll bands with organ, sax and drums at the center of things and lead and bass guitars mostly providing rhythm. Listen free to The Dave Clark Five 5 By 5 Nineteen Days, Something I've Always Wanted and more. 10 tracks 21:16. Wednesday 4 December 2019. Thursday 5 December 2019. Friday 6 December 2019. Preview, buy, and download songs from the album 5By5 Remastered, including Nineteen Days, Something I've Always Wanted, Little Bit Strong and many more. Buy the album for 129 р. Songs start at 18 р. 2010 Dave Clark Productions. More By The Dave Clark Five. Dave Clark's Time, the Musical - Act 1 Remastered. Dave Clark's TIME, the Musical - Act 2 Remastered. 25 Thumping Great Hits Remastered

The Dave Clark Five - 5 By 5 Album

Performer: The Dave Clark Five

Title: 5 By 5

Country: US

Release date: 1967

Label: Epic

Style: Pop Rock

Catalog: BN 26236

Genre: Rock / Pop

Size MP3: 2011 mb

Size FLAC: 2269 mb

Rating: 4.8 / 5

Votes: 759

Record source: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo

Related to The Dave Clark Five - 5 By 5

MisterMax
The Dave Clark Five packed a mean one-two punch with "Glad All Over" and "Bits and Pieces". But after that splash, the group lost all of its momentum. This 1967 release gets an 'A' for effort. All of the songs were penned by the Dave Clark Five. Unfortunately, none of the members shared the musical genius of Lennon or McCartney. There are noble attempts to try different styles here (blues, hard rock - with fuzz guitar, no less), but none of it quite comes off, and the material is particularly dated for Summer of Love 1967.

The DC5 were best at straight-ahead pop hits that sound good on the radio. "Catch Us If You Can" and "Try Too Hard" still sound pretty nice. (Although by the time 'Try Too Hard' came out, the 'Tottenham Sound' was a distant memory.) The best thing I could hear on this album was "Bernedette", a slow ballad with an interesting melody and fine harmonies. But like I said, I don't know how many people were still listening to this group by the time of the album's release.
MisterMax
The Dave Clark Five packed a mean one-two punch with "Glad All Over" and "Bits and Pieces". But after that splash, the group lost all of its momentum. This 1967 release gets an 'A' for effort. All of the songs were penned by the Dave Clark Five. Unfortunately, none of the members shared the musical genius of Lennon or McCartney. There are noble attempts to try different styles here (blues, hard rock - with fuzz guitar, no less), but none of it quite comes off, and the material is particularly dated for Summer of Love 1967.

The DC5 were best at straight-ahead pop hits that sound good on the radio. "Catch Us If You Can" and "Try Too Hard" still sound pretty nice. (Although by the time 'Try Too Hard' came out, the 'Tottenham Sound' was a distant memory.) The best thing I could hear on this album was "Bernedette", a slow ballad with an interesting melody and fine harmonies. But like I said, I don't know how many people were still listening to this group by the time of the album's release.