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That is a fabulous song.
- Fri, Feb 25, 2000 at 10:22:04 (PST) | #1
What a @#!!!ing ding-dong.
- Fri, Feb 25, 2000 at 10:23:40 (PST) | #2
me or peter?
peter's no ding-dong.. he's an intelligent man, and it is afterall his song.. who better to evaluate..
vancouver - Fri, Feb 25, 2000 at 10:54:25 (PST) | #3
Well, it's actually Graham Gouldman's song. ;-) But yeah, he's the first guy to record it, so I would give him the right to say what he wants, darn it.
Ned Raggett <[email protected]>
- Fri, Feb 25, 2000 at 14:19:31 (PST) | #4
Very very nice and informative bit, thank you for sharing this with us. = )
Sheila Take a Bow
- Fri, Feb 25, 2000 at 15:48:58 (PST) | #5
shows how much thought he puts into things. i doubt that he listened to the track more than once.
i think his comments were insulting, esp. the "sadness" bit. (an insult veiled as a compliment)
carlos <[email protected]>
Houston, Texas USA - Fri, Feb 25, 2000 at 18:04:17 (PST) | #6
Oh Carlos aren't people allowed to have their own opinions ... not every Morrissey tune is perfect. Herman's Hermits rawk!
lost in the sixties
- Fri, Feb 25, 2000 at 19:33:43 (PST) | #7
Peter Noone's comments were nice. He seems to me to be still the friendly, lovable Herman that I have in my mind from the 60s. I now must dig out the CD single with East West! And the EMI HH Greatest Hits to hear the original!
Lon <[email protected]>
Atlanta - Mon, Feb 28, 2000 at 07:26:53 (PST) | #8
my dad has a "herman & the hermits" record.
did anyone see the "dick van dyke" show
featuring the hermits?
morrissey has such corn-ball tastes.
just say no to brit-pop... current or retro.
kizmiaz - Tue, Mar 07, 2000 at 07:14:51 (PST) | #9