The Washington D.C.'s

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A relatively faceless British Invasion band who never came close to a hit on either side of the Atlantic, the Washington D.C.'s' height of exposure occurred when their material was used to fill out an…
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A relatively faceless British Invasion band who never came close to a hit on either side of the Atlantic, the Washington D.C.'s' height of exposure occurred when their material was used to fill out an exploitative reissue of pre-"Glad All Over" Dave Clark Five singles. One of the countless British bands slogging around on support bills and German clubs, their early material was typical Merseybeat-ish covers of early American rock tunes. They recorded a couple of British pop/rock singles in 1966 and 1967 -- "32nd Floor" and "Seek and Find" -- the latter of which was produced by ex-Yardbird Paul Samwell Smith and featured John Paul Jones on bass.