Herman's Hermits were one of those odd 1960's groups that accumulated millions of fans, but precious little respect. Indeed, their status is remarkably similar to that of the Monkees and it's not a coincidence that both groups' music was intended to appeal to younger teenagers. The difference is that as early as 1976, the Monkees began to be considered cool by people who really knew music; it has taken 35 years for Herman's Hermits to begin receiving higher regard for their work. Of course, that lack of respect had no relevance to their success: 20 singles lofted into the Top 40 in England and America between 1964 and 1970, 16 of them in the Top 20, and most of those Top Ten as well. Artistically, they were rated far lower than the Hollies, ... Read More...
01. I'm Into Something Good 02. Can't You Hear My Heartbeat 03. Silhouettes 04. Mrs. Brown, You've Got A Lovely Daughter 05. (What A) Wonderful World 06. Hold On 07. I'm Henry The VIII, I Am 08. Just A Little Bit Better 09. A Must To Avoid 10. Leaning On A Lamp Post 11. End Of The World 12. Listen People 13. There's A Kind Of Hush 14. East West 15. No Milk Today 16. It's Nice To Be Out In The Morning 17. This Door Swings Both Ways 18. Dandy 19. Sleepy Joe 20. Don't Go Out Into The Rain 21. Sunshine Girl 22. Museum 23. I Can Take Or Leave 24. Something's Happening 25. My Sentimental Friend 26. Here Comes The Star