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Glad All Over – Dave Clark Five

The Dave Clark Five took this track to the top of the UK singles chart for two weeks in 1964.

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Glad all over by the Dave Clark Five reached the top of the UK singles chart this week in 1964, replacing I want to hold your hand by the Beatles. It had entered the top 40 eight weeks previously at number 38 and broke into the top 10 two weeks later.

The song spent two weeks at number 1 and then made way for Needles and pins by the Searchers. It spent another four weeks in the top 10 and then dropped into the lower top 40 for the final four weeks of its chart life.

Glad all over was released on the Columbia record label and was the only UK number 1 hit for the Dave Clark Five. The song was re-issued in 1993 when it peaked at number 37.

More music from the Dave Clark Five


More number ones from 1964


UK singles chart for the week ending 18 January 1964

  1. Glad all overDave Clark Five

  2. I want to hold your handBeatles

  3. Hippy hippy shakeSwinging Blue Jeans

  4. I only want to be with youDusty Springfield

  5. She loves youBeatles

  6. Twenty four hours from TulsaGene Pitney

  7. Swinging on a starBig Dee Irwin

  8. StayHollies

  9. You were made for meFreddie and the Dreamers

  10. DominiqueSinging Nun

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