|Occupation(s)||Lyricist, screenwriter, actor|
|Associated acts||Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band|
Herb Bermann is an American lyricist, screenwriter, and actor. He is best known for co-writing the 1967 debut album Safe as Milk for Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band. The second album Strictly Personal featured four of Bermann's songs, however he was uncredited: "Safe As Milk", "Trust Us," "Gimme Dat Harp Boy," and "Kandy Korn"
- Safe as Milk (1967), Captain Beefheart and his Magic Band, Label: Buddah Records, Producers: Richard Perry and Bob Krasnow.
- Strictly Personal (1968) uncredited, Captain Beefheart and his Magic Band, Label: Blue Thumb, Producer: Bob Krasnow.
- Malibu Song (2006), Director: Natalie Lettner and Werner Hanak, Producer: Eurotrash Productions.
- The Mystery Man from the Magic Band: Captain Beefheart's Writing Partner Revealed (2015), Herb Bermann, Introduction by John French, Interview by Derek Laskie, Foreword by Alec Baldwin, Publisher: Brass Tacks Press.
- 1971 Writers Guild of America Award (Outstanding Teleplay) – The Psychiatrist: Par for the Course, producer (Universal Studios/NBC), director Steven Spielberg.
- Barnes, Mike (2002). Captain Beefheart: The Biography. Cooper Square Press. p. 40. ISBN 9780815411901.
- Bermann, Herb (2015). The Mystery Man from the Magic Band. Brass Tacks Press. ISBN 978-0-9820140-1-1.
- "The search for the mystery co-songwriter from 'Safe As Milk'". Captain Beefheart Radar Station. Retrieved December 19, 2017.
- Bunn, Susan (July 6, 2000). "The Mystery Man from the Magic Band". The Malibu Times. The Malibu Times. Retrieved 2015-10-31.
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