HERMAN'S HERMITS HILTON SHOW 1966
AUS. TV special. Herman's Hermits plays live on Australian TV; sponsored by Hilton Hosiery, manufacturers of pantyhose and stockings. Excited fans throw clumps of streamers at Herman; he has to dodge as he sings to avoid being hit! Herman talks to the audience from the stage and an overzealous fan rushes the stage to hug and kiss him!
The group really sound terrific live! Cool British invasion sounds! Songs include "Can't You Hear My Heartbeat," "Jezebel," "A Must To Avoid," "I'm Into Something Good," "Listen People," "Silhouettes," "Wonderful World," "I'm Talking About You," "Mrs. Brown, You've Got A Lovely Daughter." Herman's Hermits Hilton Show!
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HERMAN'S HERMITS DOCUMENTARY 1985
U.K. documentary. Cool Cavern Club footage of the group playing "Rip It Up" with an incredible "beat." Also footage of unloading their gear into the Cavern Club. They describe the process of recording, Mickie Most's "assembly line" record making technique and Jimmy Page playing on their sessions. Rare super-8 home movie footage. Interviews include Peter Noone, Mickie Most, Keith Altham, Barry Whitwam, Keith Hopwood, Karl Green, Harvey Lisberg.
HERMAN'S HERMITS on NORWEGIAN TV 1966
Songs include: "Dandy," "I'm Into Something Good," "Silhouettes," "Bus Stop," "A Must To Avoid," "No Milk Today."
HERMAN'S HERMITS on BEAT BEAT BEAT 1966
Terrific live performances include: "No Milk Today" and "Speed On."
THE MAKING OF THE MRS. BROWN MOVIE 1967
U.K. film short directed by Peter Noone. A cool and kooky behind the scenes look at the film production of "Mrs. Brown You've Got A Lovely Daughter."
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