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The Washington D.C.’s

A comparatively faceless Uk Invasion music group who by no means came near popular on either side from the Atlantic, the Washington D.C.’s’ elevation of exposure happened when their materials was utilized to complete an exploitative reissue of pre-“Pleased AROUND” Dave Clark Five singles. Among the countless English rings slogging around on support expenses and German night clubs, their early materials was standard Merseybeat-ish addresses of early American rock and roll tunes. They documented several British pop/rock and roll singles in 1966 and 1967 — “32nd Ground” and “Look for and discover” — the second option which was made by ex-Yardbird Paul Samwell Smith and presented John Paul Jones on bass.

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