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The self-titled Dave Clark Five & Friends LP came out in the . in 1972, but was never issued in the . making it perhaps the rarest of all DC5-related albums. Like many LPs issued by the DC5 themselves, it's not a proper album, but a collection of tracks spanning several years that had often already seen release on singles. Filling out the album were five tracks that had already been issued on 1970-1972 singles, plus a few others. That's not the way to create a consistent musical groove, but a more serious flaw is that this just isn't Clark, Smith, or whatever group Clark was leading, at their best. There are too many run-of-the-mill covers in the circa 1970 mainstream rock style, including, as hard as it may be to imagine, Neil Young's "Southern Man" (as well as, in addition to the other covers cited above, Tommy James' "Draggin' the Line" and the Five Man Electrical.
Dave Clark and Friends. Dave Clark and Friends Tracklist. 1. Southern Man Lyrics.
David Clark (born 15 December 1939 or 1942) is an English musician, songwriter, record producer and entrepreneur. Clark was the leader, drummer and manager of the 1960s beat group the Dave Clark Five, the first British Invasion band to follow the Beatles to America in 1964. In 2008 Clark and his band were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
|A1||Think Of Me|
|B1||Right Or Wrong|
|DB 8862||Dave Clark And Friends||Think Of Me (7", Single)||Columbia||DB 8862||UK||1972|