Hermans Hermits

Hermans Hermits


One of the more lightweight of the sixties British beat groups. Producer Mickie Most went to see them in concert. In mid 1964 they signed a contract with EMI's Columbia label. "I'm Into Something Good" reached Number 1 in the UK in late September 1964. in the United States Herman's Hermits had their biggest impact. Herman's Hermits sold nearly 10 million records in America alone by the end of 1965, a figure exceeded only by the Beatles.

Hermits Singles

Aug '64 I'm Into Something Good/Your Hand In Mine

Columbia DB 7338


Nov '64 Show Me Girl/I Know Why

Columbia DB 7408


Feb '65 Silhouettes/Can't You Hear My Heartbeat

Columbia DB 7475


Apr '65 Wonderful World/Dream On

Columbia DB 7546


Aug '65 Just A Little Bit Better/Take Love, Give Love

Columbia DB 7670


Nov '65 A Must To Avoid/The Man With The Cigar

Columbia DB 7791


Apr '66 You Won't Be Leaving/Listen People

Columbia DB 7861


Jul '66 This Door Swings Both Ways/For Love

Columbia DB 7947


Oct '66 No Milk Today/My Reservation's Been Confirmed

Columbia DB 8012


Nov '66 East West/What Is Wrong, What Is Right

Columbia DB 8076


 Meet The Hermits

Peter Noone - vocals (born November 5th 1947, Manchester)

Keith Hopwood - guitar (born October 26th 1946, Manchester)

Derek "Lek" Leckenby - guitar (born May 14th 1946, Leeds, died 4th June 1994)

Karl Green - bass guitar (born July 31st 1947, Salford)

Barry Whitham - drums (born July 21st 1946, Manchester)


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