Herman's Hermits was a British Invasion pop band with a long string of hits from 1964-1968. Their best known songs include "There's A Kind Of A Hush" (1967) and the chart topping "Mrs. Brown You've Got A Lovely Daughter" (1965) and "I'm Henry VIII, I Am" (1965).
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Herman's Hermits perform "I'm Henry VIII, I Am" on The Ed Sullivan Show (June 6, 1965).
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- Can't You Hear My Heartbeat 1965
- Dandy 1966
- I'm Henry VIII, I Am 1965
(This song, which topped the charts, is a remake of a 1911 British music hall song of the same title by Harry Champion.)
- I'm Into Something Good 1964
(This song also became a hit for Earl-Jean (1964).)
- Just A Little Bit Better 1965
- Leaning On The Lamp Post 1966
- Listen People 1966
- Mrs. Brown You've Got A Lovely Daughter 1965
(This old timey song, which topped the charts, features a muted rhythm guitar that sound much like a ukulele.)
- A Must To Avoid 1965
- No Milk Today 1967
- Silhouettes 1965
(This song was previously a hit for the Rays (1957), the Diamonds (1957), and Steve Gibson (1957).)
- There's A Kind Of Hush 1967
(This song later also became a hit for the Carpenters (1976).)
- This Door Swings Both Ways 1966
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