1967 Herman’s Hermits – No Milk Today

Herman’s Hermits had an amazing run of hit records in the US in the mid-sixties. Many of them featured one or two members of Led Zeppelin playing instruments on their recordings.

The group even managed one two-sided hit in 1967. The a-side featured the top five hit There’s A Kind Of Hush, which later reached the top twenty when the Carpenters released their own cover version of the song in 1976.

The b-side, which is mostly ignored by radio stations now, was No Milk Today. The recording just barely got into the top forty in the US in 1967, but topped the charts in Australia and reached the top ten in a half-dozen other countries where they released it as the a-side of a different single in 1966.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/No_Milk_Today

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