For a short time during the mid-1960s, The Dave Clark Five was compared to The Beatles. While that comparison didn’t work out, they did produce some quality rock and roll, which would eventually lead to their induction into The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame.
They had eight singles reach the BILLBOARD Hot 100 during 1964. “Can’t You See That She’s Mine” was their fifth release and like “Glad All Over,” “Bits And Pieces,” and “Do You Love Me;” it was a hard-edged rocker, at least by mid-60s standards. It reached number four on the Hot 100.
The Dave Clark Five placed 24 singles on the Charts in the United States during a four year period and when they called it quits, they were one of very few bands never to reunite.