DC5

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Crystal Palace fans have previously adopted The Dave Clark Five classic "Glad All Over", but City have now made it their own.
Manchester City fans have adapted the 1964 Dave Clark Five classic for their new boss.
1964 THE Dave Clark Five record Bits And Pieces was banned by several dance halls.
Ostensibly tracing the career of the iconic Dave Clark Five, the first disc does an admirable job for the first seventy five minutes at showing the extraordinary influence of the group on the 1960's pop scene both in the U.K.
Ones to Watch The Dave Clark Five and Beyond: Glad All Over (BBC Two, Saturday, 12.40am) Yeah this is one a bit late (in Wales, because of Hinterland) but it's a good watch if you love music.
Actually, the five members of UnionJack live in Western Massachusetts and have regular jobs, but average about 50 shows a year primarily as a Fab Four "celebration" band, although they also have songs from other 1960s "British invasion" bands such as the Dave Clark Five, Rolling Stones, and The Searchers in their repertoire.
The Blackpool FC anthem, The Dave Clark Five's Glad All Over, was played as the coffins were carried out of church.
But as the hearty recital of their Dave Clark Five anthem affirmed, rarely has there been a greater sense of occasion since a pair of likely lads called Wright and Bright were on the loose.
Cliff Richard, it was reported, was toying with the idea of making a serious drama about the Vietnam War and the Dave Clark Five were being lined up for roles in a thriller, neither of which materialised.
The display will illustrate how tastes have changed over the decade, with the clean-cut Shadows and Dave Clark Five giving way to the psychedelia of Pink Floyd and the androgynous appeal of David Bowie.
He discusses the contributions and influence of Cliff Richard, Billy Fury, Johnny Kidd and the Pirates, Tommy Steele, the Tornados, Tony Sheridan, Blues Incorporated, the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the Dave Clark Five, the Yardbirds, Manfred Mann, the Who, the Kinks, and others, as well as their impact on American music.
The banner: "Rocking Redcoats are Coming." The story out of London: Thanks to the Beatles, British pop singers (Dusty Springfield, the Caravelles, the Dave Clark Five, etc.) were being lined up by agents and managers for an invasion of the U.S.