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Ill Never Know - The Dave Clark 5* - Weekend In London (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Label: Epic - BN • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Beat, Pop Rock The Dave Clark 5* - Weekend In London (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(7).
  2. Jul 02,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Weekend In London on Discogs/5(20).
  3. May 31,  · I need to say, that "I'll Never Know" and "Come Home" are absolute gems before I present the rest of the ratings: Come Home - 5/5 We'll Be Running - /5 Blue Suede Shoes /5 Hurting Inside 4/5 I'll Never Know 5/5 'Till the Right One Comes Along 4/5 I'm Thinking /5 Your Turn to Cry /5 Little Bitty Pretty One 2/5 Remember, It's Me //5(48).
  4. May 31,  · Come Home - 5/5 We'll Be Running - /5 Blue Suede Shoes /5 Hurting Inside 4/5 I'll Never Know 5/5 'Till the Right One Comes Along 4/5 I'm Thinking /5 Your Turn to Cry /5 Little Bitty Pretty One 2/5 Remember, It's Me /5 Mighty Good Loving 2/5 Overall rating: 4//5(12).
  5. May 22,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Weekend In London on Discogs.
  6. Feb 27,  · The Dave Clark 5 - Weekend In London A1 Come Home A2 We'll Be Running A3 Blue Suede Shoes A4 Hurting Inside A5 I'll Never Know A6 'T.
  7. The Dave Clark Five, often called The DC5, were an English rock and roll band formed in Tottenham in In January they had their first UK top ten single, "Glad All Over", which knocked the Beatles' "I Want to Hold Your Hand" off the top of the UK Singles ecorigdocichan.tensconttedethonagoomsonshemsmamalsubs.co peaked at No. 6 in the United States in April Although this was their only UK No. 1, they topped the US chart in.
  8. The Dave Clark Five were an English pop rock band which became famous as part of the British Invasion of beat music groups in the early-mid s. In only two years (), they released 7 studio albums of mostly original material, which was and still is very unique.
  9. Weekend in London was the least-commercially successful of the Dave Clark Five's first six Epic albums. The slow, bass-driven "Come Home" was the album's hit, just reaching the Top 15 in America. The crunchy-with-horns "I'm Thinking" was recycled as the flip side of "Reelin' and Rockin'" a year later and "bubbled under" Billboard's Top /

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