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Pluto: Herman's Hermits|
Gallery of photographs of the band from original member Keith Hopwood's site.
Official site of the famous singer for Herman's Hermits. Includes tour information, forum and news.
Herman's Hermits on the ARTISTdirect Network|
Includes history, discography, message board, and merchandise.
60's British Invasion band. Photos, magazine articles, discography, trivia and merchandise.
Fan site for Peter Noone of Herman's Hermits - pictures, poems, current information, and links.
Peter Noone talks about music and being a star.
Herman's Lil Hole In The Wall: Peter Noone|
Fan site. Includes photos, fan art, interviews, links, buddy icons and wallpaper.
Official UK site of the current incarnation of the band of which only drummer Barry Whitwam is the only original member. Features discography, biographies of current members, fan clubs, and reviews.
Collins' Oldies Website: Herman's Hermits|
Includes short reviews of the band's hit songs.
Borderline Books: Herman's Hermits|
Includes discography and history.
The First Herman's Hermits Fan Page|
Features links, biography, articles, discography, and lyrics.
Herman's Hermits/Both Sides of Herman's Hermits (Audio CD),28 May, 2002|
List price $18.49
Quite Enjoyable! / 3
These were the first two albums released in England by Herman s Hermits in 1965 and 1966 - In America a couple of more albums were released during the same period.
Even though Hermans Hermits were pretty lightweight throughout their career and that their sound ( especially on the first album ) is pretty thin there are actually quite many enjoyable tracks on this CD release.
The first album features cover versions of wellknown songs like "Heartbeat", "For Your Love", "Travellin Light" and "The End of the World"; most of in idententical arrangements as their originals; but sounding thinner without much excitement.
The album also contains a couple of decent originals written by bandmembers, but the two charming hit-singles "Mrs Brown You've Got a Lovely Daughter" and "I'm Henery the Eighth I am" are by far the two most memorable tracks.
Their second album "Both Sides of" has been given a much better production and the album has a fuller sound. Their playing sounds tighter and the harmony vocals are great on many tracks - at times much like their contemporaries like the Hollies.
The hit singles here are "Where Were You When I Needed You", "Leaning on the Lamppost" and "Listen People" - 3 rater different tracks, but all fine. Lesser known tracks like "Little Boy Sad" and "Dial My Number" have fine vocals from the band, and their original "My Reservation's Been Confirmed" shows that the band could also play tight Chuck Berry type rock'n roll.
Amazon.com: Herman's Hermits - Greatest Hits [ABKCo]: Music|
Editorial Reviews Amazon.com With his thick British accent and schoolboy good
looks, singer Peter Noone carried Herman's Hermits through a string of '60s ...
Amazon.com: A Glance: Herman's Hermits|
Very Best of Herman's Hermits [Original recording remastered] [Import] ~ Herman's
Hermits Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars Release Date: July 12, ...
Last of the Boss Jocks (Conroe Bulletin)
To call Barry Kaye a broadcasting legend is perhaps an understatement -- especially to those of us who can remember a time when radio was a medium filled with good clean fun and spontaneous electricity.
Iraq war's deaths give life to songs (San Antonio Express-News)
Aspiring singer Gary Lenz writes ballads inspired by fallen GIs from the area.
THREE THINGS TO REMEMBER (Lake County News Sun)
1. When Herman's Hermits lead Peter Noone sings "Mrs. Brown you got a luuvly dhowter," isn't it sort of creepy because he's about 85 or so, at least in Keith Richard years? No? OK, so you're fans. In that case the '60s reprise at the Genesee tonight should be just your cup o' tea. The Grass Roots and The Buckinghams will be there, too. Tickets run $33-$53. Call (312) 559-1212.
Years later, Noone still enjoys touring (Lake County News Sun)
He was all of 15 years old when he started performing with Herman's Hermits, and he still hadn't reached 20 when he was rubbing elbows with the Beatles and appearing on the cover of Tiger Beat. So Peter Noone has a reservoir of experience to draw from when asked what he thinks of the struggles that young stars like Lindsay Lohan and Britney Spears have encountered in the 21st century media world. ...
Music Review: Getting The Boxtop's "The Letter" (Blogcritics.org)
When this single came out in late 1967, I'm surprised I paid it any attention. Sgt. Pepper's had been released the preceding summer, changing the pop music landscape forever; besides, I was still at least partly a Tiger Beat -programmed adolescent, who'd evolved (if you can call it that) from the Fab Four on to Herman's Hermits, the Monkees, and Paul Revere and the Raiders. But I know I was ...
In concert (Northwest Herald)
The following are upcoming concerts scheduled in the area. Unless otherwise noted, tickets are available by calling Ticketmaster at (312) 559-1212, visiting a Ticketmaster outlet, or online at www.ticketmaster.com.
Fairbanks Park festival itinerary set (Terre Haute Tribune-Star)
Three popular musical acts will be performing at this year?s Fairbanks Park Arts and Music Festival, organizers announced Thursday.
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