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Dave Clark

(1942-), Singer; leader of the Dave Clark Five

Sitter in 9 portraits

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The Dave Clark Five, by Terry O'Neill - NPG x135739

The Dave Clark Five

by Terry O'Neill
modern bromide print, 1964
NPG x135739

Dave Clark, by Lewis Morley - NPG x38926

Dave Clark

by Lewis Morley
bromide fibre print, 1964
NPG x38926

Sheet music cover for 'Bits and Pieces' by The Dave Clark Five (Rick Huxley; Denis Payton; Mike Smith; Lenny Davidson; Dave Clark), published by Ardmore & Beechwood Ltd, after  Unknown photographer - NPG D48366

Sheet music cover for 'Bits and Pieces' by The Dave Clark Five (Rick Huxley; Denis Payton; Mike Smith; Lenny Davidson; Dave Clark)

published by Ardmore & Beechwood Ltd, after Unknown photographer
halftone reproduction, published 1964
NPG D48366

Sheet music cover for 'Everybody Knows' by The Dave Clark Five (Mike Smith; Denis Payton; Lenny Davidson; Rick Huxley; Dave Clark), published by Donna Music Limited, after  Unknown photographer - NPG D48369

Sheet music cover for 'Everybody Knows' by The Dave Clark Five (Mike Smith; Denis Payton; Lenny Davidson; Rick Huxley; Dave Clark)

published by Donna Music Limited, after Unknown photographer
halftone reproduction, published 1967
NPG D48369

Sheet music cover for 'The Red Balloon' by The Dave Clark Five (Dave Clark; Lenny Davidson; Denis Payton; Rick Huxley; Mike Smith), published by Edwin H. Morris & Co Ltd, after  Unknown photographer - NPG D48370

Sheet music cover for 'The Red Balloon' by The Dave Clark Five (Dave Clark; Lenny Davidson; Denis Payton; Rick Huxley; Mike Smith)

published by Edwin H. Morris & Co Ltd, after Unknown photographer
halftone reproduction, published 1968
NPG D48370

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