Title: Train / Ride On The Water
Style: Pop Rock, Vocal
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Herman's Hermits On Tour. Label: MGM Records – E-4295, MGM Records – E 4295. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono. 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! Reply Notify me Helpful.
Herman's Hermits (sometimes called Introducing Herman's Hermits) is the debut album of the band Herman's Hermits, first issued in 1965. As was typical of the time, the album's contents were different on the UK and US releases. UK albums did not have any singles included. The success of Herman's Hermits first single, "I'm into Something Good", in the UK and on the US Billboard Hot 100, led to a US release of their first album in February, 1965.
76. Train, ride on the water. UK Buddah 700. Jan. '78. Heart ready for love, truck stop momma. UK Pye International 25768.
Herman's Hermits are an English beat rock band formed in Manchester in 1964, originally called Herman & the Hermits. Harvey Lisberg discovered them and signed on as their manager. He sent a plane ticket to Mickie Most so that he could come up from London to see the band play in Bolton, and Most became the group's record producer, controlling the band's output. He emphasised a simple, non-threatening, clean-cut image. This helped Herman's Hermits become hugely successful in the mid-1960s.
If the band was geared toward the teen market for the time, history has proven the validity of Herman's Hermits as a musical entity. Peter Noone tours relentlessly, performing each hit as if it was his first time in the studio with the song. 10CC's Graham Gouldman finds his "For Your Love" included here, prior to the Yardbirds hitting with it this same year.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Herman's Hermits On Tour (1965) by Herman's Hermits. This album has an average beat per minute of 132 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 100/179 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Herman's Hermits On Tour. 1. Can't You Hear My Heartbeat.
Herman’s Hermits On Tour Tracklist. Herman’s Hermits On Tour Q&A. Writers Roy C. Bennett & Sid Tepper. More Herman’s Hermits albums. Herman’s Hermits, Both Sides of Herman’s Hermits.
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Written-By – Dave Courtney, Leo Sayer
|B||Ride On The Water
Written-By – Whitwam*, Leckenby*, Green*, Hopwood*, Cowap*
- Manufactured For – Buddah Records
- Arranged By – Walter Gwardyak*
- Producer – Al Altman, Marty Kugell
NotesPye Recording Studios acetate with two songs recorded by Herman's Hermits for Buddah Records in 1976.
Writer and production credits according to UK pressed Buddah single with release number BDS 700. «Ride On The Water» is a new 1976-version of «Prohibition» from the «A Whale Of A Tale» album recorded by Hermits/Sourmash for RCA Victor in 1971/72.
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