Thanks for these. Much appreciated. And in the main I think that I am hearing these tracks for the first time. Amazing when you consider how popular the band was. My first memories of the Dave Clark 5 stem from a batch of singles that I played as a young child courtesy of my parents. I was introduced as five or six year old to She Loves You, Day Tripper, Help, Ticket To Ride, by The Beatles, a Donovan EP, We Shall Overcome by Joan Baez and a cache of other gems. Bits and Pieces was amongst these and was played to death so I do have a long standing connection. However, while I have just about everything that has appeared by The Beatles and have also investigated Donovan and Joan Baez, the Dave Clark 5 are only known to me by one of the greatest hits CDs that came out decades ago. I have the film on DVD but I would struggle to name a single album title by the band. That probably speaks volumes about the decisions made to keep their back catalogue under lock and key. And frankly is a great shame. I have a double CD by a Midlands band called Breakthru (who only put out one single in the sixties) which probably has more tracks than the DC5 compilation I have and it also has a large and informative booklet. Why no DC5? Answers on a post card! That last sentence gives away my age, so I suspect I will have to make do with posts!