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Old 09-12-2016, 05:53 PM   #5 (permalink)
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For a brief period of time during the start of the British Invasion (say 64 - 66) The Dave Clack Five were as popular if not more than any of the British bands of the time (including the Beatles). The only thing that really separated them from the rest and I think lead to their downfall was that sort of squeaky clean image they used to project. They were pure 'pop'. It worked for mid-60s television but the audiences were going with the groups that were moving closer to the edge.

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