Album Sunshine Girl, Nobody Needs to Know. Album Sunshine Girl, Nobody Needs to Know, Herman’s Hermits. Tracking list e i testi dell'album: Sunshine Girl, Nobody Needs to Know Data di pubblicazione: giugno 1968. Tracking list e i testi dell'album
A: The Best Of Herman's Hermits UK B: Non-album track US B: The Most Of Herman's Hermits. A: The Best Of Herman's Hermits UK B: Vol. 2: The Best Of Herman's Hermits US B: Introducing Herman's Hermits. A Must to Avoid" B-side: "The Man With The Cigar". Sunshine Girl" B-side: "Nobody Needs To Know".
Blaze is the sixth album released by MGM Records in the US and Canada for the band Herman's Hermits. The album was released in October 1967. Blaze was not released in the UK at the time. EMI/Columbia, the group's UK label, did press the LP, but for export sales only. Bonus Tracks (2001 Repertoire Release). Sleepy Joe" (Russell Alquist, Carter). Just One Girl" (John Paul Jones, Adrian Love). London Look" (Gouldman). Sunshine Girl" (Carter, Stephens).
Nobody Needs To Know Nadie Necesita Saber. Written-By – Leckenby, Hopwood, Brook. Sunshine Girl, Nobody Needs To Know (7", Single).
Nobody Needs to Know". July 1968 (UK) August 1968 (US). Sunshine Girl, the pinup section in the Sun chain of newspapers in Canada. Sunshine Girl" (Herman's Hermits song), a 1968 song by the Herman's Hermits. Sunshine Girl" (Moumoon song), a 2010 song by the Japanese band Moumoon. The Sunshine Girl, a 1912 West End musical comedy. Günther (singer), who performed as Günther and the Sunshine Girls. Jamaica national netball team, nicknamed the Sunshine Girls.
Herman's Hermits was an internationally successful 60s British rock band, from Manchester, England, formed in 1963. Their first hit, "I'm Into Something Good", was produced by Mickie Most, reaching in the UK (1963) and in the US (1964).
There are so many Herman's Hermits collections out there now - including at least two prior "Very Best Of's" from 1980 and 2001 - that judging the relative worth of all but a tiny handful of them is an exercise in futility; assuming that one avoids re-recordings and stays away from old remasterings (prior to the late. 90s), there's going to be some similarity and overlap. That said, this double-CD set does deserve special attention, owing to the fact that it offers a whopping 56 songs in state of the art sound; encompasses every .