The Dave Clark Five - Glad All Over Again The Dave Clark Five's All-Time Greatest Hits album download
Glad All Over is the debut studio album by the English rock band the Dave Clark Five.
Producer – Adrian Clark (tracks: B1), Dave Clark (tracks: A1 to A5, B2 to D5). Saxophone – Denny Payton. Written-By – D. Clark (tracks: A1 to B5, D1 to D4), D. Payton (tracks: D1 to D3), L. Davidson (tracks: A4, B3, B4, D4), M. Smith (tracks: A1 to A3, B2, B5). Notes. Comes with a timing strip affixed to the front. Other Versions (5 of 9) View All. Cat.Glad All Over Again (Thirty Five Solid Gold Hits - A Selection Of The DC5's 50 Million Sellers) (CD, Comp, RM). Hollywood Records.
Condition: Used: Very Good. Records are VG+, Beautiful Shine, Shows a couple of very, very light hairline marks. Sleeve is VG+, light wear on corners. 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.
Studio album by The Dave Clark Five. Glad All Over is the debut US studio album by English rock band The Dave Clark Five. All tracks written by Dave Clark and Mike Smith except where noted. The Dave Clark Five's Greatest Hits. History of The Dave Clark Five. Catch Us If You Can. Book: The Dave Clark Five.
Friday, March 01, 2019. The Dave Clark Five - The Complete History. Formed 1958 // Tottenham, London, United Kingdom. Members: Dave Clark: Drums, Percussions, Vocals. By the time it was all over, the Dave Clark Five had sold 50 million records. Solid players all, their greatest assets were keyboardist Mike Smith’s wailing, full-bodied vocals and Dave Clark’s booming drum sound. Denis Payton’s saxophones, an unusual inclusion for a British Invasion lineup, added rhythmic texture and a gritty Fifties rhythm & blues underpinning.
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.