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Everybody Knows (2019 - Remaster)

The Dave Clark Five

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Although the Dave Clark Five would continue to release a good deal of music through the early 1970s, Everybody Knows, issued in early 1968, was -- oddly, considering how massively popular the band had been in the U.S. in the mid-'60s -- their final non-compilation American LP. Perhaps that was because by 1968, the DC5 could no longer count on having their name alone sell substantial copies of albums, having had their final U.S. Top Ten single the previous year. Everybody Knows did have a couple mild American hits, the ham-fisted soul-rocker "You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby" and the rather treacly ballad "Everybody Knows" (an entirely different song than their 1964 Top 20 hit of the same title, and a much bigger hit in their native U.K., where it reached number two). "Everybody Knows," which unusually featured Lenny Davidson rather than customary chief DC5 singer Mike Smith on lead vocals, sounded something like the ballads with which Engelbert Humperdinck was rising to fame around the same time. Despite its success, that's not what most fans come to DC5 records to hear, so it might be a relief to learn that it's not typical of the rest of the LP, though none of the other songs were among their better work. Some of them saw the group competently, if not excitingly, adapt to trends in late-'60s production with an increased brassiness, as they do on the soul-pop tunes "A Little Bit Now" and "Inside and Out." "Red and Blue," meanwhile, gets into more wistful densely produced late-'60s pop, and just edged into the Top 100; one can imagine "I'll Do the Best I Can," one of the better tracks, as filler on a Walker Brothers record. Other songs are more or less similar to their mid-'60s sound, although with slightly more updated production. It adds up to an album that has some appeal for serious Dave Clark Five fans, but isn't essential listening for more discriminating listeners. ~ Richie Unterberger

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Everybody Knows (2019 - Remaster) 00:02:19

Les Reed, Composer - Barry Mason, Composer - Dave Clark, Producer, Drums - Mike Smith, Organ, Piano, Vocals - Lenny Davidson, Guitar - The Dave Clark Five, MainArtist - Denny Payton, Saxophone - Rick Huxley, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Harmonica

2019 Dave Clark (London) Limited under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited 2019 Dave Clark (London) Limited under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

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A Little Bit Strong (2019 - Remaster) 00:02:45

Jerry Ragavoy, Composer, Writer - Dave Clark, Producer, Drums - Mike Smith, Organ, Piano, Vocals - Ed Marshall, Composer, Writer - Lenny Davidson, Guitar - The Dave Clark Five, MainArtist - Denny Payton, Saxophone - Rick Huxley, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Harmonica

2019 Dave Clark (London) Limited under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited 2019 Dave Clark (London) Limited under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

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At the Place (2019 - Remaster) 00:02:24

Dave Clark, Composer, Producer, Drums, Writer - Mike Smith, Organ, Piano, Vocals - Lenny Davidson, Composer, Guitar, Writer - The Dave Clark Five, MainArtist - Denny Payton, Saxophone - Rick Huxley, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Harmonica

2019 Dave Clark (London) Limited under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited 2019 Dave Clark (London) Limited under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

4
Inside and Out (2019 - Remaster) 00:02:48

Dave Clark, Composer, Producer, Drums, Writer - Mike Smith, Composer, Organ, Piano, Vocals, Writer - Lenny Davidson, Guitar - The Dave Clark Five, MainArtist - Denny Payton, Saxophone - Rick Huxley, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Harmonica

2019 Dave Clark (London) Limited under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited 2019 Dave Clark (London) Limited under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

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Red and Blue (2019 - Remaster) 00:02:31

Dave Clark, Composer, Producer, Drums, Writer - Mike Smith, Organ, Piano, Vocals - Lenny Davidson, Composer, Guitar, Writer - The Dave Clark Five, MainArtist - Denny Payton, Saxophone - Rick Huxley, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Harmonica

2019 Dave Clark (London) Limited under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited 2019 Dave Clark (London) Limited under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

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You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby (2019 - Remaster) 00:02:17

Johnny Mercer, Composer, Writer - Harry Warren, Composer, Writer - Dave Clark, Producer, Drums - Mike Smith, Organ, Piano, Vocals - Lenny Davidson, Guitar - The Dave Clark Five, MainArtist - Denny Payton, Saxophone - Rick Huxley, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Harmonica

2019 Dave Clark (London) Limited under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited 2019 Dave Clark (London) Limited under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

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Good Love Is Hard to Find (2019 - Remaster) 00:02:05

Dave Clark, Composer, Producer, Drums, Writer - Mike Smith, Composer, Organ, Piano, Vocals, Writer - Lenny Davidson, Guitar - The Dave Clark Five, MainArtist - Denny Payton, Saxophone - Rick Huxley, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Harmonica

2019 Dave Clark (London) Limited under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited 2019 Dave Clark (London) Limited under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

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Lost in His Dreams (2019 - Remaster) 00:02:00

Dave Clark, Composer, Producer, Drums, Writer - Mike Smith, Organ, Piano, Vocals - Lenny Davidson, Guitar - The Dave Clark Five, MainArtist - Dennis Payton, Composer, Writer - Denny Payton, Saxophone - Rick Huxley, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Harmonica

2019 Dave Clark (London) Limited under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited 2019 Dave Clark (London) Limited under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

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Concentration Baby (2019 - Remaster) 00:02:31

Dave Clark, Composer, Producer, Drums, Writer - Mike Smith, Composer, Organ, Piano, Vocals, Writer - Lenny Davidson, Guitar - The Dave Clark Five, MainArtist - Denny Payton, Saxophone - Rick Huxley, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Harmonica

2019 Dave Clark (London) Limited under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited 2019 Dave Clark (London) Limited under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

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Hold On Tight (2019 - Remaster) 00:02:07

Dave Clark, Composer, Producer, Drums, Writer - Mike Smith, Organ, Piano, Vocals - Lenny Davidson, Composer, Guitar, Writer - The Dave Clark Five, MainArtist - Denny Payton, Saxophone - Rick Huxley, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Harmonica

2019 Dave Clark (London) Limited under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited 2019 Dave Clark (London) Limited under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

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I'll Do the Best I Can (2019 - Remaster) 00:02:35

Dave Clark, Composer, Producer, Drums, Writer - Mike Smith, Organ, Piano, Vocals - Lenny Davidson, Composer, Guitar, Writer - The Dave Clark Five, MainArtist - Denny Payton, Saxophone - Rick Huxley, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Harmonica

2019 Dave Clark (London) Limited under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited 2019 Dave Clark (London) Limited under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

Descriptif de l'album

Although the Dave Clark Five would continue to release a good deal of music through the early 1970s, Everybody Knows, issued in early 1968, was -- oddly, considering how massively popular the band had been in the U.S. in the mid-'60s -- their final non-compilation American LP. Perhaps that was because by 1968, the DC5 could no longer count on having their name alone sell substantial copies of albums, having had their final U.S. Top Ten single the previous year. Everybody Knows did have a couple mild American hits, the ham-fisted soul-rocker "You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby" and the rather treacly ballad "Everybody Knows" (an entirely different song than their 1964 Top 20 hit of the same title, and a much bigger hit in their native U.K., where it reached number two). "Everybody Knows," which unusually featured Lenny Davidson rather than customary chief DC5 singer Mike Smith on lead vocals, sounded something like the ballads with which Engelbert Humperdinck was rising to fame around the same time. Despite its success, that's not what most fans come to DC5 records to hear, so it might be a relief to learn that it's not typical of the rest of the LP, though none of the other songs were among their better work. Some of them saw the group competently, if not excitingly, adapt to trends in late-'60s production with an increased brassiness, as they do on the soul-pop tunes "A Little Bit Now" and "Inside and Out." "Red and Blue," meanwhile, gets into more wistful densely produced late-'60s pop, and just edged into the Top 100; one can imagine "I'll Do the Best I Can," one of the better tracks, as filler on a Walker Brothers record. Other songs are more or less similar to their mid-'60s sound, although with slightly more updated production. It adds up to an album that has some appeal for serious Dave Clark Five fans, but isn't essential listening for more discriminating listeners. ~ Richie Unterberger

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