I’m Into Something Good – Henry the 8th – 24K Gold Music Shows
The 1960’s was a time in music like no other. There were many changes taking place in the styling, the wording, and even the actual sound of music, as many new electronics were being added. Also, in the 1960’s, the US saw what is now referred to as the British Invasion. Groups from Great Britain and surrounding areas were recording and releasing records that were making their way to the top of the charts in the US. Herman’s Hermits was one such group. The four young men led by lead vocalist Peter Noone were successful in turning out hit after hit.
“I’m Into Something Good” was written by the highly successful songwriting team of Gerry Goffin and Carole King. It was originally recorded by Earl-Jean and The Cookies but the most successful release was by Herman’s Hermits in 1964. Rising to number thirteen on the charts, this song would become Herman’s Hermits beloved classic.
“I’m Henry The Eighth, I Am”, recorded and released by Herman’s Hermits in 1965, rose to number one on the charts. The song is upbeat and fun. It is easy to sing and even easier to get stuck running through your head. “Second verse, same as the first!”
Please join the 24K Gold Music Shows team as we present this video of songs made popular by Herman’s Hermits.