Cozzen Publications Vol 1. Issue 4:
The Dave Clark Five and Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich
Both bands were part of The British Music Invasion in the U.S. started by The Beatles in 1964. Though The Dave Clark Five were more popular, Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich, did chart in the U.S. but were more popular in the United Kingdom.
This vinyl discography is for the U.S. only.
You'll find catalog numbers for both mono and stereo issues but by the late '60s most labels had stopped issuing mono records since stereophonic record players were more common.
Formats are LP's (12“ albums), 45's (7” singles), EP's (extended play 7“ 45's with 2 to 3 tracks per side), Mini Albums (7" disc that play at 33 1/3 rpm, with 3 tracks per side). These were usually distributed to jukebox vendors. Mini Albums are included in the LP category. Flexi-Disc are also included. These are recordings released on paper thing vinyl distributed as promotional items and somethimes available for sale in special made vending machines.
This is Vol. 1, Issue 4 in a series of publications focusing on the U.S. Discographies of the British Music Invasion Artists of the '60s; British artists only.