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Herman's Hermits: Miss Brown, You've Got A Lovely Mother

Profile by Harold Bronson, UCLA Daily Bruin, January 1972

I HAVE ENOUGH TROUBLE explaining my affection for the Kinks and Small Faces to my super-heavy Santana/Led Zeppelin affected friends without having to explain my ...

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On the Beat

Column by Louise Criscione, KRLA Beat, March 1965

PETULA CLARK really "tore up" the Ed Sullivan audience Sunday night. This girl sure swings; she even had the sedate adult audience clapping their hands ...

The Beatles, The Rolling Stones et al: NME Poll Winners' Concert, Empire Pool, Wembley, London

Live Review by Keith Altham, Alan Smith, New Musical Express, April 1965

IT WAS THE GREATEST POP SHOW ON EARTH ...

Herman's Hermits in LA: Herman at Home

Report and Interview by Ann Moses, Rhythm 'n' News, October 1965

How He Was Almost Thrown in Jail! ...

Herman's Hermits in LA: Herman's Excitement; Keith's Disappointment

Report and Interview by Ann Moses, Rhythm 'n' News, November 1965

This concludes a two-part EXCLUSIVE Rhythm 'n' News interview with Herman's Hermits during their stay in Hollywood. ...

My 4 Days and Nights with Herman

Report and Interview by June Harris, Teen Life, January 1966

SUDDENLY, THE reasonably quiet pool at the Seville Hotel on Miami Beach became a mass of young people shouting, screaming and running in every which ...

Herman's Hermits: After Noone In Hollywood

Interview by Danny Fields, Hullabaloo, March 1967

Can a straight cat from England find happiness in America the beautiful? Tune in to day's heart-warming installment: Alone With The Hermit, By Danny Fields. ...

The Who, Herman's Hermits: Anaheim Convention, Anaheim CA

Live Review by June Harris, New Musical Express, September 1967

Who steal the show from Hermans Hermits ...

So What's Wrong With Herman's Hermits?

Retrospective and Interview by Harold Bronson, Zoo World, September 1973

CRINKLED NOSES and pained "ooohs" accompany ninety-five percent of the responses I receive when I tell people I like Herman's Hermits. But how can I ...

Herman's Hermits: Their Greatest Hits; The Animals: Best Of The Animals

Review by Greg Shaw, Phonograph Record, October 1973

YOU KNOW WHAT? People got me all wrong. They think I'm a fanatic for reissues, getting up on my soapbox each time a new one ...

The Sound Of '64

Retrospective by Steve Turner, New Musical Express, November 1975

WHEN 'GLAD All Over', the third single by The Dave Clark Five, hit number one in Britain in January of 1964 it offered the media ...

The Hermit Trembles: Peter Noone Looks Back

Interview by John Mendelsohn, Creem, December 1980

ON A WARM, smoggy Saturday morning on the verge of September, this journal's man on the West Coast called on Peter Noone, who, from farther ...

Herman's Hermits: Where Are They Now?

Interview by Martin Aston, Q, February 1991

'I'M INTO SOMETHING Good', 'Silhouettes' and 'My Sentimental Friend' established Herman's Hermits as a top Manchester band in the days when Bez had barely mastered ...

Wheelchair Legends: How Some Rockers Grow Old Gracefully and Others Do Not

Essay by Charles Bermant, Rock's Backpages, October 2006

PUYALLUP, WA – Are there gatherings like this anywhere outside of the modern American West? A million people come to a converted dusty field over ...

see also Peter Noone

see also Tremblers, The

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