By 1966, The Dave Clark Five were nearing the end of their string of hits in the United States. They would place six songs on the BILLBOARD MAGAZINE Pop Singles Chart during 1967 but only one would enter the top 30.
Their last chart single during 1966 was “Nineteen Days.” It was less melodic than many of their other hits. The highlight was Mike Smith’s lead vocal. It only reached number 48 on the BILLBOARD Pop Chart.
It was a bigger hit in New England at the time as it was a record I bought at the time of its release and it still remains in my collection.