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Dave Clark Five - 1965 - Catch Us If You Can OST

Catch Us If You Can (1965) (released with the title Having a Wild Weekend in the U.S.) was the feature-film debut of director John Boorman. Ostensibly designed as a vehicle for pop band The Dave Clark Five, whose popularity at the time almost rivalled that of The Beatles, and named after their hit song "Catch Us If You Can", this strangely downbeat film actually departs in various ways from the formula created by Richard Lester in A Hard Day's Night, and by Sidney J. Furie and Peter Yates with the Cliff Richard films. Although they perform the off-screen soundtrack music, The Dave Clark Five (unlike The Beatles) do not play themselves, but appear to be a team of freelance stuntmen/extras, led by the saturnine Steve (Dave Clark). Clark had worked as a stuntman on a number of films, providing him with experience and camera-sense that The Beatles would have lacked in A Hard Day's Night. Far from being a conventional pop vehicle, this serious, thought-provoking film concerns itself with the frailty of personal relationships, the flimsiness of dreams, and the difficulty of maintaining spontaneity and integrity in a stage-managed "society of the spectacle."

01 - Catch Us If You Can
02 - On the Move
03 - If You Come Back
04 - Long Ago
05 - Any Time You Want Love
06 - I Can't Stand It
07 - Your Turn To Cry
08 - Hurting Inside
09 - Don't Be Taken In
10 - Don't You Realize
11 - I Cried Over You
12 - Sweet Memories

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