Herman's Hermits

Posted: Wednesday, March 21, 2007 by Travis Cody in

Herman's Hermits were in the vanguard of the British Invasion in the early 1960's. They had a string of top 10 hits from 1964 through 1967.

I would have done these from audio codes, but it's still not working. And there isn't a grand selection from the group.

Henry the 8th

Baby Can't You Hear My Heartbeat

I'm Into Something Good

There's a Kind of Hush


  1. JohnH985 says:

    I've always liked the Hermits, even though they've taken a bashing from the critics. Later after the group broke up Peter Noone, the drummer and lead singer of the group went on to something of an acting career.

  1. Matt-Man says:

    I dig HH!! They are going to be playing at our Summer Arts Festival this year. Cheers Trav!!

  1. Piacere says:

    Had all their 45's...my favs were "Listen People" and "Leaning on a Lamp Post". Peter was ok, but I was actually more partial to Keith (major heartthrob for a 10-year-old!!!)

  1. BeckEye says:

    My sister had a huge crush on Peter Noone. (She's 14 years older than me.)

    I saw them open for the Monkees back in the '80s. That was a fun show. I actually saw them twice...I think it was them and Gary Puckett the one show and then The Grass Roots replaced Herman's Hermits for the other one. I can't remember exactly, but I remember seeing all of those bands.

  1. I've always liked "I'm Into Something Good". I still have that 45... I wonder if I have anything to play it on??

  1. hi trav, nice tunes today! thanks...

    smiles, bee

  1. Tisha! says:

    Gee I know their music without even knowing they exist, awesome music Travis gracias amigo!

  1. Bond says:

    See Trav.. YOU get it...

    Great music by a great group

  1. Dana says:

    Peter Noone looks good...then and now!

  1. Travis says:

    John: I rarely listen to critics. HH was fun.

    Matt: Cheers Matt and happy flying!

    Pia: My little sis and I used to do the 'Enery the 8th dance all over the house!

    Beckeye: I went to a festival once and saw Gary Puckett, The Grass Roots, and The Turtles.

    Tammie Jean: This is some of the music that was always playing when I was little.

    Bee: Yes ma'am, it sure is!

    Tisha: Smooch my sweet!

    V: I never remember how much I love this music until I hear it randomly. Then I just have to hear more.

    Dana: **gets out tools, re-stuffs Dana's thudmat just in case**

  1. Brings back mems, kiddies. Gee, I was there when it was happening. Am I old or what??? I liked the Turtles but the Hermits were a little too sugary for me. Don't know why but I like stuff with super tight harmony or harder rock.
    It all has to do with the music, not the attitude - for me.