Herman's Hermits ‎– Their Second Album! Herman's Hermits On Tour

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A1 Can't You Hear My Heartbeat
Written-By – Carter, Lewis*
2:15
A2 I'm Henry VIII, I Am
Written-By – Fred Murray, R.P. Weston*
1:49
A3 The End Of The World
Written-By – Arthur Kent, Sylvia Dee
2:57
A4 For Your Love
Written-By – Graham Gouldman
2:21
A5 I Gotta Dream On
Written-By – Gary Gordon (3)
2:04
A6 Don't Try To Hurt Me
Written-By – Hopwood*
2:04
B1 Silhouettes
Written-By – Bob Crewe, Frank Slay, Jr.*
1:57
B2 Heartbeat
Written-By – Bob Montgomery, Norman Petty
2:45
B3 I'll Never Dance Again
Written-By – Barry Mann, Mike Anthony (5)
3:00
B4 Tell Me Baby
Written-By – Hopwood*
2:12
B5 Traveling Light
Written-By – Roy C. Bennett, Sid Tepper
2:31

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Cover: E-4295
Label: E 4295

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side 1 etched): E-4295 Side-1 65-MG- {scratched out 535} 534
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side 2 etched): E-4295 Side-2 65-MG-535

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
E-4295, E 4295 Herman's Hermits Their Second Album! Herman's Hermits On Tour(LP, Album, Mono) MGM Records, MGM Records E-4295, E 4295 US 1965 Sell This Version
T-90421 Herman's Hermits Their Second Album! Herman's Hermits On Tour(LP, Album, Mono) MGM Records T-90421 US 1965 Sell This Version
33MSX.6065, MSX 6065 Herman's Hermits Herman's Hermits On Tour(LP, Album, Mono) Columbia, Columbia 33MSX.6065, MSX 6065 New Zealand 1965 Sell This Version
SE-4295 Herman's Hermits Their Second Album! Herman's Hermits On Tour(LP, Album) MGM Records SE-4295 US 1965 Sell This Version
33MSX.6062 Herman's Hermits Herman's Hermits On Tour(LP, Album, Mono) Columbia 33MSX.6062 New Zealand 1965 Sell This Version

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the_raytownian

the_raytownian

January 8, 2012
edited over 4 years ago
I really don't understand the sneering, snobby sense of negativity that seems to be associated with this group among stuck-up, jaded and generally bitter a-holes (especially considering I always thought I was your king). After all, it's just Pop music... GOOD Pop music, even!

It may be a bit "light" and "syrupy" at times (whatever, I've cried through many a lonely, drunken Herman's Hermits listening session, what with all the songs of unrequited love and longing, haha!), but it makes no claims to the contrary either...

And, sure, "Henry" becomes utterly obnoxious after just a couple of listens, but that's the only real stinker on the LP as far as I'm concerned. The rest is pure 60's Pop B-L-I-S-S! What it may lack in "SOUL" and poetry, it manages to make up for entirely in exquisite, emotive, tuneful Pop melodies.

In short: F**k the haters, Herman's Hermits rules!