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Mike Smith released a now-scarce CD in 2000 titled It's Only Rock & Roll and returned to performing in 2003 after a hiatus of 25 years. He formed Mike Smith's Rock Engine and did two mini-tours of the . He died on 28 February 2008 in London from a spinal injury sustained after scaling a fence at his home in Spain. [10]

At this point, though, it doesn't matter. Given Dave Clark's track record with this stuff, the music may not be out there for too long, so grab it while you can. 26 of the best pop singles of the '60s, plus two horrible previously unreleased songs which sound of suspiciously recent vintage, all for 12 bucks. Even if you're not into downloading, it's a much better deal than shelling out a Benjamin for those out-of-print CDs.

The Dave Clark Five topped the US charts with "Over and Over" at Christmas 1965. Although their critics accused them of recording mindless pop, they made some very good records. Smith sang soulfully on "Come Home", a Top 20 hit in 1965 which evoked the monotony of being on the road:

Learn more about the band and Dave Clark’s life beyond the band in The Dave Clark Five and Beyond — Glad All Over , premiering Tuesday, April 8, 2014.


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