Remember the DC5? Hot on the heals of The Beatles, this party band was the second British import to appear on the Ed Sullivan Show (just weeks after the Fabs). "Glad All Over" was the group's signature hit, followed by a string of tuneful, hook-laden Top 40 entries. The band, however, was rooted in an early-'60s mold it could not break out of, and was unable to adjust to the radical changes in the popular-music landscape taking place in 1966-'67. So while everybody else transformed into hippies, the buttoned-down DC5 issued "Because" and then pretty much faded from view. In 1970, the band formally dissolved. Yesterday, on a whim, I typed "Dave Clark Five" into the Google engine and browsed a number of memory-lane sites. I was pleased to see that compilation recordings and some original-issue albums are still in print. I just might order a few.