Originally from Manchester, England - Herman's Hermits successfully emerged onto the beat (or pop) music scene in 1964 when they were discovered by Harvey Lisberg. Seeing great promise in them, Lisberg had record producer, Mickie Most fly up from London to watch them play.
Quickly becoming the group's record producer - Most totally controlled the band's music output. His emphasis was on a simple, non-menacing, clean-cut image for the band members. This revised image helped Herman's Hermits become a huge success in the mid-1960s, but it soon restricted the band's songwriting creativity, as their tunes were all relegated to B-sides.
This 2-disc set contains over 50 tracks in all which were recorded by Herman's Hermits in the years from 1964-1969. Three of my favourite tunes are - Can't You Hear My Heart Beat, There's A Kind Of Hush, and I'm Into Something Good.
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