Song of the Day: Dave Clark 5, “Can’t You See That She’s Mine”

Rick Huxley, bassist for the Dave Clark 5 in the ’60’s and ’70’s, was born on this day in 1940. He appeared on all the band’s hits, including "Can’t You See That She’s Mine," which was released in the US in June 1964 and peaked at #4 on the Hot 100.

11 thoughts on “Song of the Day: Dave Clark 5, “Can’t You See That She’s Mine”

    1. It’s sad they didn’t stay as popular as the Beatles did. Dave Clark was fussy about licensing, and a lot of their stuff didn’t come out until after he died. They were different from the Beatles, with the keyboard and saxophone: theirs was called the Tottenham sound.

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      1. Is Dave Clark dead? I didn’t know that. Yea they had more of a bigger band and wasn’t as guitar driven as the Beatles.

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        1. Sorry, my mistake, Dave is still with us. He hasn’t played since 72, but he’s got plenty to keep him busy. I must have been thinking of Rick Huxley, who died a while ago.

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