Herman's Hermits Retrospective

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Herman's Hermits Retrospective 1:05:22 $27.98
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# Track Title Length Format Sample Rate Price
1 I'm Into Something Good 2:33 176/24 Album only
2 Can't You Hear My Heartbeat 2:14 176/24 Album only
3 Silhouettes 1:59 176/24 Album only
4 Mrs. Brown, You've Got A Lovely Daughter 2:47 176/24 Album only
5 (What A) Wonderful World 1:59 176/24 Album only
6 Hold On 1:59 176/24 Album only
7 Henry The VIII, I Am 1:50 176/24 Album only
8 Just A Little Bit Better 2:53 176/24 Album only
9 A Must To Avoid 1:55 176/24 Album only
10 Leaning On A Lamp Post 2:40 176/24 Album only
11 End Of The World 3:00 176/24 Album only
12 Listen People 2:29 176/24 Album only
13 There's A Kind Of Hush 2:33 176/24 Album only
14 East West 1:59 176/24 Album only
15 No Milk Today 2:56 176/24 Album only
16 It's Nice To Be Out In The Morning 2:24 176/24 Album only
17 This Door Swings Both Ways 2:07 176/24 Album only
18 Dandy 2:02 176/24 Album only
19 Sleepy Joe 3:14 176/24 Album only
20 Don't Go Out Into The Rain, You're Going To Melt 2:12 176/24 Album only
21 Sunshine Girl 2:36 176/24 Album only
22 Museum 2:39 176/24 Album only
23 I Can Take Or Leave Your Loving 2:34 176/24 Album only
24 Something's Happening 3:11 176/24 Album only
25 My Sentimental Friend 3:14 176/24 Album only
26 Here Comes The Star 3:23 176/24 Album only

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26 tracks spanning the years 1964 through 1969 and the group's work with producer Mickie Most, including the hits "I'm Into Something Good" (U.K. #1), "Mrs. Brown You've Got A Lovely Daughter" (U.S. #1), and "I'm Henry The Eighth, I Am" (U.S. #1). The retrospective also features studio work by Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones and songs penned by Ray Davies, Donovan, Gerry Goffin & Carole King, and many others.

Available now as a super hi-resolution recording, this is a fantastic way to experience one of the great bands of the British Invasion and some of the most enduring hits of the 1960s.