Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Glad All Over & Over & Over...

Another budget LP gambit was to latch onto the masters of an actual recording artist's early, crappy material and release it over and over and over. Usually there would be two "star" tracks padded out with another 8 cuts of indeterminate origin.

The DAVE CLARK FIVE fell prey to this practice. This is kind of amusing in that Dave made it a point to own all his band's masters and then license them out, which is pretty good business sense for a 60s-era pop band! Unfortunately, the DC5 recorded lots of demos and "anonymous" songs that became hot properties once they hit it big.

Here are a few Dave Clark Five tid-bits for your perusal.



Blogger whimsical brainpan said...

I have actually heard of these guys. In fact I think my Mom might have had one of their records.

January 31, 2007 11:19 PM  
Blogger Barb said...

I used to have one of their albums. That just dated me, huh?

I just got hubby a USB turntable for Christmas and he's going to be turning all 350 of his old albums into CDs!

Thanks for dropping by :)

February 01, 2007 3:07 AM  
Blogger Craig D said...

w: You'll be happy to know I got the "Senior Buffet Discount" at GOLDEN CORRAL last week without anyone asking if I wanted it! Wheeze...

skittles: I've heard about those USB turntables! My prediction: You won't be seeing hubby for quite a while!

February 01, 2007 1:26 PM  
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