Dave Clark Five All The Hits Coming 1/24/20

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Bill, Nov 12, 2019.

  1. Two Sheds

    Two Sheds Tea-sipping bad boy!

    It seems that all the hits are there. It's a shame some of their better B-sides and album tracks aren't on it - many of those are on 'History.'

    Not sure I really need this, but I might pick it up anyway.
     
  2. Samantha Wolf

    Samantha Wolf I bite when angry...

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    I have a handed down down down Dave Clark Five Greatest Hits LP. That’s good enough for me.

    (I think I forgot a down)
     
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  3. goodiesguy

    goodiesguy Radio A-Go-Go

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    Unless Everybody Get Together is the FULL VERSION it's not worth getting IMO. All other CD releases fade it almost a minute early at around 3:19 wheras the full version on the original If Somebody Loves You album and I assume the 45 goes for about 4:20.

    Basically like this, but without the switch to the live in studio audio near the end in this:



    It's their best tune IMO. The Youngbloods version is paper thin in comparison.
     
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  4. walrus

    walrus Forum Resident

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    If you want to know what this will sound like on CD, just stream that link. I'm sure it's just that release under a slightly different title.
     
  5. thehatandbeard

    thehatandbeard Forum Resident

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    Only if their individual and idiosyncratic needs are met in full.
     
  6. John B Good

    John B Good Forum Hall Of Fame

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    I've never had a DC5 cd. I'll consider this.
     
  7. Sebastian saglimbenI

    Sebastian saglimbenI Forum Resident

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    Thanks for this link!preordered!
     
  8. Sebastian saglimbenI

    Sebastian saglimbenI Forum Resident

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    A "complete" box set like was done for THE TURTLE'S Please!!!
     
  9. IAMZOD

    IAMZOD Well-Known Member

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    I liked them retrospectively (born in the 70s). I can't help thinking I'd have been a huge fan if I'd either been born at the time or their back catalogue had been on CD. Some of their LPs were pretty pricey for a kid.
     
  10. Gaslight

    Gaslight ⎧⚍⎫⚑

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    I also thought this looked familiar.

    This has been on Tidal and Amazon (HD) for some time now. 2019 remasters btw.
     
  11. bhazen

    bhazen Magical Mystery Tourist

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    Newcastle, WA
    You can get History for reasonable $ on Amazon, right now.
     
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  12. gottafeelin

    gottafeelin Forum Resident

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  13. idleracer

    idleracer Forum Resident

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    :kilroy: If it's of interest, the entire CD is up on YouTube. Click HERE to listen to it.
     
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  14. bRETT

    bRETT Forum Resident

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    They forgot Mulberry Tree. Not a big hit but neither were the other post 68 singles, and it's better.
     
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  15. owsley

    owsley Senior Member

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    The mastering sounds good. As expected these are the UK masters which are generally drier than the sweetened Epic versions. Like many have posted here, do we need yet another Dc5 comp of just the hits? I'm not going to go for this. The 2 CD History Of remains the best DC5 digital compilation to date.
    A complete box set of all their 60's output would not be a great idea: many of the DC5 Epic lp's contain way too many weak and forgettable songs but there are some exceptional album tracks such as the ultra moody and powerful 'Don't You Realize' from the Having A Wild Weekend lp. Try Too Hard and Satisfied With You albums are IMO their only really solid lp's. Unless DC decides to remix tracks for first time stereo, it appears most of the DC5 catalog will remain vinyl only
     
  16. the pope ondine

    the pope ondine Forum Resident

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    I think its a valid gripe a gripes go....as physical media is in its sunset years give us something to really make it worth it. a true career retrospective box set with the bells and whistles... i say empty the vaults!
     
  17. ShallowMemory

    ShallowMemory Classical Princess

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    I have the 1993 UK compilation and The History Of. I'm done with this especially as is this "new" compilation seems to be lifted from the 2008 UK/Europe one just transferred from UMG to BMG management management
     
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  18. Shaker Steve

    Shaker Steve Beatles & Elvis Fan

    I bought his original version when it came out & still have it.
     
  19. Dodgytc

    Dodgytc Forum Resident

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    Los Angeles
    I "like" the music of the DC5, but cannot get past Dave Clark the person.
    He can shove this up his ****.
    What a C***.

    TC
     
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  20. quicksrt

    quicksrt Senior Member

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    I really like my Starline /EMI label Best of in stereo needle drop, only it’s missing “Over and Over” which is among their very finest. I needle dropped that track from the Polydor 25 Thumping Hits mono U.K. LP and so I feel I have good mastering (in digital) of all the key tracks now.
     
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  21. O Don Piano

    O Don Piano Forum Resident

    Why do some of you insert Whoopi Goldberg in threads about reissues?
    It's very tiresome.
     
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  22. quicksrt

    quicksrt Senior Member

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    Because they are still devastated about her appearance in a film about the Beatles I think. They may never get over it, something you just never quite get over.
     
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  23. douglas mcclenaghan

    douglas mcclenaghan Forum Resident

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    Grrr. How about an intelligently curated reissue project you silly old bugger?
     
  24. Jon-A

    Jon-A Forum Resident

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    That was interesting. Madeline Bell singing up a storm in the 2nd half...
     
  25. john lennonist

    john lennonist There ONCE was a NOTE, PURE and EASY...


    :agree: :realmad: :agree: :realmad: :agree:
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