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Herman's Hermits: Peter Noone (vocals); Derek Leckenby, Keith Hopwood (guitar); Karl Green (bass instrument); Barry Whitwam (drums).
Engineers: Dave Siddle; Dick Bogart; Martin Birch.
Liner Note Author: Jim Bessman.
Recording information: Kingsway Hall, London, England (1964 - 1965); RCA Studios, Hollywood California (1965); De Lane Lea Music, London, England (1966 - 1969).
If all you know about Herman's Hermits is that they had a couple of semi-novelty hits during the British Invasion with "Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter" and "I'm Henry the VIII, I Am," RETROSPECTIVE aims to set you straight. Part of ABKCO producers Teri Landi and Jody Klein's grand plan to redress the balance of historical perspective on 1960s pop, this collection is a perfect overview of the band initially regarded as a safer version of the Beatles. While amiable, sunny pop is the dominant strain here, there are many tracks that further flesh out the group's profile. A version of Sam Cooke's "(What a) Wonderful World" points up the Hermits' soul leanings. The downright nasty "A Must to Avoid" and the witty, rocking "Museum" would sound right at home on a contemporaneous Beatles album. The Hermits' version of the Kinks' "Dandy" displays hipper tastes than many give Peter Noone and company credit for, and RETROSPECTIVE itself calls out for a 21st-century reappraisal of the band's catalog.

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Herman's Hermits: Peter Noone (vocals); Derek Leckenby, Keith Hopwood (guitar); Karl Green (bass instrument); Barry Whitwam (drums).Engineers: Dave Siddle; Dick Bogart; Martin Birch.Liner Note Author:
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Personnel: Richie Cole, Dick Hindman, Ben Sidran, Tee Carson, Vic Juris, Keith Jones, Marshall Hawkins, Mel Brown, Andy Narell and Babatunde.

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Personnel: Richie Cole, Dick Hindman, Ben Sidran, Tee Carson, Vic Juris, Keith Jones, Marshall Hawkins, Mel Brown, Andy Narell and Babatunde.
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Personnel: Cal Tjader (vibraphone, timbales); Charlie Byrd (acoustic & electric guitars); Mike Wolff (acoustic & electric pianos); Joe Byrd (electric bass); John Heard (bass); Mike Stephans, Dick Berk (drums, percussion); Michael Smithe (congas); Mayuto Correa (percussion).
Recorded at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California from September 18-20, 1973.

$12.75
Personnel: Cal Tjader (vibraphone, timbales); Charlie Byrd (acoustic & electric guitars); Mike Wolff (acoustic & electric pianos); Joe Byrd (electric bass); John Heard (bass); Mike Stephans, Dick Berk
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Personnel includes: Sylvia Syms (vocals); Dick Hyman (arranger, piano); Joe Newman (trumpet); George Deverens (vibraphone); Ellis Larkins (piano); Jay Leonhart, Milt Hinton (bass); Joe Cocuzzo, Connie Kay (drums).
Producers: Nesuhi Ertegun/Ilhan Mimaroglu.
Recorded at Regent Sound Studios and Atlantic Recording Studios, New York, New York. Originally released on Atlantic.

$12.71
Personnel includes: Sylvia Syms (vocals); Dick Hyman (arranger, piano); Joe Newman (trumpet); George Deverens (vibraphone); Ellis Larkins (piano); Jay Leonhart, Milt Hinton (bass); Joe Cocuzzo, Connie
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Full title: The Best Of Tenpole Tudor: Swords Of A Thousand Men.
Tenpole Tudor: Eddie Tudor, Bob Kingston (guitar); Dick Crippen (bass); Gary Long (drums).
Includes liner notes by Joe Cushley.
This is part of the Union Square series.

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Full title: The Best Of Tenpole Tudor: Swords Of A Thousand Men.Tenpole Tudor: Eddie Tudor, Bob Kingston (guitar); Dick Crippen (bass); Gary Long (drums).Includes liner notes by Joe Cushley.This is
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