The 1960s are by far one of my favorite decades of music. The 60s were a lot more experimental and laid the ground work for many of the bands and their works are just legendary. Even now the songs of the bands from 1960s and 70s are recognized and praised by everyone. The bands like The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, to name the few, made a great impact on the music industry; Herman Hermits are one of them.
Herman Hermits who were formed in Manchester in 1962 were mostly known for their catchy songs, which are still active now. This video below features one of their greatest hit from 1965, “I’m Henry VII, I am”. This song was originally released in 1910 by Fred Murray and R.P. Weston in British music hall. But when Herman Hermits covered this song, it became one of the fastest selling song in history.
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