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Dial My Number - Hermans Hermits - Both Sides Of Hermans Hermits (CD, Album)

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  1. Herman’s Hermits song lyrics collection. Browse lyrics and Herman’s Hermits albums.
  2. For this album, the concept is what you would expect from the title: one side of typical mid-'60s pop, including a strong cover of the Hollies' "Bus Stop" along with "This Door Swings Both Ways" and "Dial My Number", while side two is the jokier music-hall stuff like "Oh Mr. Porter.
  3. HERMAN'S HERMITS Peter Noone "Both Sides" Signed Autographed Album Cover RARE. Condition: Ended: May 27, , PM EDT Herman Hermans Original 8 x 10 Photo Hand Signed Autograph. C $ C $ "Herman's Hermits" Peter Noone Hand Signed CD Insert Todd Mueller COA. C $
  4. Mar 12,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Herman's Hermits - Dial My Number YouTube The day Herman's Hermits played for the Queen Mum - Duration: Seafolly House 59, views.
  5. album: "Both Sides Of Herman's Hermits" () L'Autre Jour. Dial My Number. The Future Mrs. 'Awkins. Oh Mr. Porter. The Man With The Cigar. Two Lovely Black Eyes. My Reservation's Been Confirmed. My Old Dutch. Little Boy Sad. The Story Of My Life. Listen People. Search.
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  7. Get all the lyrics to songs on Herman's Hermits / Both Sides of Herman's Hermits and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  8. The sheet music for the Herman's Hermits revival, however, presented the name as "Henry", as do sources referring to this version. In the Herman's Hermits version, the band sings the lyrics three times. Between the first two choruses, Peter Noone calls out, "Second verse, same as the first!". The background singers on the version recorded.
  9. Feb 11,  · For this album, the concept is what you would expect from the title: one side of typical mid-'60s pop, including a strong cover of the Hollies' "Bus Stop" along with "This Door Swings Both Ways" and "Dial My Number", while side two is the jokier music-hall stuff like "Oh Mr. Porter " and "Two Lovely Black Eyes"/5(33).

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