Song of the day: Herman’s Hermits- No Milk Today
In 1967, Herman’s Hermits released their biggest hit. The song was written by the (later) 10CC member Graham Gouldman. He got the idea from his father, who visited a friend and saw a note in the milkbottle: No Milk Today. Explaining why this was the perfect idea for a song (the house is empty, so your love has gone away), Gouldman wrote it. The song was recorded with an orchestra, and became a number 35 hit in the US and number 7 in the UK. Enjoy
Herman’s Hermits with No Milk Today
Posted on January 12, 2013, in 1960-1969, FlinterFiles Song Archive and tagged 1967, FlinterFiles Song Archive, herman's hermits, Music, no milk today, sixties, song, style, suit. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.