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There’s A Kind Of Hush – Herman’s Hermits

This track by Herman’s Hermits spent three weeks in the UK top 10 in 1967.

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This week in 1967, There’s a kind of hush by Herman’s Hermits reached its highest position of number 7 in the UK singles chart in its fifth week in the top 40 and second in the top 10. After one week at its peak position, the song fell to number 10 for a final week in the top 10 and then spent the last four weeks of its chart life in the lower top 40.

There’s a kind of hush was released on the Columbia record label and was the sixth of ten UK top 10 hits for Herman’s Hermits. It was taken from the album There’s a kind of hush all over the world, which did not enter the UK albums chart.

The song returned to the top 40 in 1976 when the Carpenters recorded a version. The single peaked at number 22.

More music from Herman’s Hermits

 

UK singles chart for the week ending 18 March 1967

  1. Release meEngelbert Humperdinck

  2. Penny Lane / Strawberry Fields foreverBeatles

  3. This is my songPetula Clark

  4. On a carouselHollies

  5. EdelweissVince Hill

  6. Georgy girlSeekers

  7. There’s a kind of hushHerman’s Hermits

  8. Detroit CityTom Jones

  9. Here comes my babyTremeloes

  10. Snoopy vs the Red BaronRoyal Guardsmen

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