Herman's Hermits are far from recluses on the charts. The English stars are currently doing what seems to come naturally for England's rocksters - chart business on more than one deck. It all started with a solo hit, "I'm Into Something Good," which has been replaced by three different releases, "Can't You Hear My Heartbeat," "Silhouettes" and "Mrs. Brown You've Got A Lovely Daughter," which makes a fantastic debut on the Top 100 this week in the #31 spot. Latter selection first made noise as an LP entry, which prompted MGM Records to offer it as a regular singles release. That LP source is the crew's first smash album, "Introducing Herman's Hermits." The boys are slated to arrive in the U.S. April 19 for a cross-country tour with the Dick Clark Show beginning April 30. Disks by Herman's Hermits are produced by Mickie Most.

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