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The Dave Clark Five started the rock 'n' roll "British invasion" that changed the world, having already knocked The Beatles out of the #1 position in the UK. Watch newly-filmed interviews with Tom Hanks, Paul McCartney, Elton John, Bruce Springsteen, Stevie Wonder, Dionne Warwick and many more, as they share their memories of how the music of the '60s changed their lives forever.
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PBSThe Dave Clark Five And Beyond: Glad All Over DVD
 
4.6

(based on 19 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

DC5 rocks over and over!

Enjoyed the DC5 footage! The quality and and never before seen videos were awesome. My only complaint is that there is too much post DC5 stuff about Dave and not the rest of the...Read complete review

Enjoyed the DC5 footage! The quality and and never before seen videos were awesome. My only complaint is that there is too much post DC5 stuff about Dave and not the rest of the guys.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Fun to watch, even if a bit one-sided

I was a huge DC5 fan in my teens and continued listening to their music even after they ran out of material or fell out of favor. But I can't watch or hear them...Read complete review

I was a huge DC5 fan in my teens and continued listening to their music even after they ran out of material or fell out of favor. But I can't watch or hear them now without wondering if the three lesser known members (Davidson, Huxley, and Payton) were left out in the cold when the band broke up. Clark claims that the dissolution was a mutual decision; other members have disagreed. Clark was smart enough to obtain ownership of and rights to all of the music/lyrics, recordings, etc., and also bought the tapes and rights for the TV show Ready Steady Go!, all of which have made him very wealthy. Not so, apparently, for his bandmates (employees?). Lead vocalist (and anchor of the whole group) Mike Smith spent his last years confined to a hospital, paralyzed from the neck down, unable to afford the specially equipped van that he needed in the event of his release. The van was finally purchased thanks to outside contributions (primarily from fans, notably Herman's Hermits' "Noone-atics," spearheaded by Peter Noone). Sadly Mike died shortly after his release, only weeks before the band's induction into the R&R Hall of Fame. Denis and Rick have also died; only Lenny and Dave are left. Lenny was reportedly supporting himself by teaching classical guitar. Reading about their situations,I was still able to enjoy the performances on the DVD; I just found it irritating that Dave was so self-promoting, self-absorbed, and boastful.

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5.0

DC5 the best!

By ghoul

from St. Louis, MO

Comments about PBS The Dave Clark Five And Beyond: Glad All Over DVD:

This special made generations of new fans and revived the interests of older fans, it was very well done, and just left the viewer wanting even more, hopefully Dave will do a follow up DVD or box set of CD's with bonus DVD. Can't get enough of the Dave Clark Five!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Shop online, don't bother calling first

By KT

from Buffalo NY

Comments about PBS The Dave Clark Five And Beyond: Glad All Over DVD:

Product was shipped quickly & arrived in perfect condition. I had originally called the 800 number to place the order thru PBS, however, after leaving 2 phone messages, no one from your customer service dept. returned my calls. I then went on line & obtained the product myself. Per haps you don't need a customer service department??

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

GLAD ALL OVER!

By Theme Without A Name

from Hawaii

Comments about PBS The Dave Clark Five And Beyond: Glad All Over DVD:

Grew up with DC5! It was good to watch and learn about how 5 guys not only stayed out of trouble but remained friends the rest of their lives with all their success. It was great hearing them mention going to Hawaii. Where I got to meet them.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Thank You

By Chey's Mom

from Pittsburgh,PA

Verified Reviewer

Comments about PBS The Dave Clark Five And Beyond: Glad All Over DVD:

Thank you, Thank you for airing DC5 and Beyond.
It let me relive my youth.
And does make me fell glad all over.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Fun to watch, even if a bit one-sided

By DC5Fan

from Atlanta

Verified Reviewer

Comments about PBS The Dave Clark Five And Beyond: Glad All Over DVD:

I was a huge DC5 fan in my teens and continued listening to their music even after they ran out of material or fell out of favor. But I can't watch or hear them now without wondering if the three lesser known members (Davidson, Huxley, and Payton) were left out in the cold when the band broke up. Clark claims that the dissolution was a mutual decision; other members have disagreed. Clark was smart enough to obtain ownership of and rights to all of the music/lyrics, recordings, etc., and also bought the tapes and rights for the TV show Ready Steady Go!, all of which have made him very wealthy. Not so, apparently, for his bandmates (employees?). Lead vocalist (and anchor of the whole group) Mike Smith spent his last years confined to a hospital, paralyzed from the neck down, unable to afford the specially equipped van that he needed in the event of his release. The van was finally purchased thanks to outside contributions (primarily from fans, notably Herman's Hermits' "Noone-atics," spearheaded by Peter Noone). Sadly Mike died shortly after his release, only weeks before the band's induction into the R&R Hall of Fame. Denis and Rick have also died; only Lenny and Dave are left. Lenny was reportedly supporting himself by teaching classical guitar. Reading about their situations,I was still able to enjoy the performances on the DVD; I just found it irritating that Dave was so self-promoting, self-absorbed, and boastful.

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