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The Last Waltz Farewell Tour By Engelbert Humperdinck

May 01, 2024

Sunbet Arena -12 Jul 2024 & GrandWest - 14 Jul 2024

 SummerRaine May 1, 2024  SA Music News & Entertainment

The Last Waltz Farewell Tour By Engelbert Humperdinck –  Don’t miss out on the chance to witness a music icon bid farewell to the stage, in style.

British musical legend and ‘King of Romance’ Engelbert Humperdinck, renowned for hits like ‘The Last Waltz,’ ‘Release Me,’ ‘A Man Without Love,’ ‘Quando Quando Quando,’ ‘There Goes My Everything,’ and ‘Spanish Eyes,’ will perform ‘The Last Waltz’ Farewell Tour in South Africa this July. With over 150 million records sold worldwide, he has captivated audiences with his timeless classics for over six decades.

The tour will visit Cape Town and Gauteng. Taking off at SunBet Arena, Time Square Casino, Pretoria, on Friday, 12 July 2024. Following this, catch the show at Grand Arena at GrandWest in Cape Town on Sunday, 14 July 2024.

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Still touring at 87, could this be Engelbert Humperdinck’s last waltz?

March 27, 2024

He’s calling his farewell tour The Last Waltz and at 87 that seems a fair call for the legendary Engelbert Humperdinck

Sean Sennett

Mar 26, 2024, updated Mar 26, 2024 In Queensland


Almost 60 ago Engelbert Humperdinck enjoyed the biggest hit of his career with a grand tearjerker of a ballad called Release Me.

In 1967 the song hit number one in 11 countries and spent 56 consecutive weeks on the UK charts. Now Humperdinck is embarking, at 87 years young, on The Last Waltz Farewell Tour, which is quickly selling out venues all over the country.


On a video call from his home in the US the singer still looks a million dollars. The American sunshine is a lifetime away from where he began his career in the working men’s clubs of Britain.

“I started off doing an engineering job,” Humperdinck recalls. “My Dad said, ‘You need a proper job’. That lasted a year and I said, ‘Dad, I can’t do this’. I started singing in a working men’s club. Everyone was having a pint of beer and then getting up to sing. I thought I’d have a go.

“When I’d finished I had people all around me asking me who my agent was. I was only 17. That gave me the courage to sing. If you can sing in a working men’s club and please them, you can please a crowd anywhere. They’re a tough mob. If they didn’t like you, they’d throw a pint over you.”

Humperdinck slogged it out for years in those clubs waiting for his big break. He wanted to emulate the great Nat King Cole, because he felt Cole “knew how to mould a ballad to suit his voice”. While waiting to find his own ballad, a shot at the big time almost didn’t happen.

On his manager’s advice he changed his name from Gerry Dorsey to Engelbert Humperdinck and eventually cut Release Me. The song appeared on Jukebox Jury and the panel voted a resounding “no” with regards to it being a hit.

“I thought it was a hit from the get-go,” he explains. “But after Jukebox Jury it sat on the shelf for about three months, and I was wondering if it was going to take off. It had some promotion prior to being released, but never something really big.

“That finally came with a television appearance on a program called Sunday Night at the London Palladium. A friend of mine, Dickie Valentine, got sick and I took his place at that particular show and the very next day it started selling 80,000 copies a day and then 90,000 copies a day. It went up to 127, 000 copies a day.”

Famously the song kept The Beatles juggernaut double A-side Strawberry Fields Forever/Penny Lane off the top spot and led to a slew of hits for the singer that included The Last Waltz, There Goes My Everything and others.

Despite his reputation as a balladeer, Humperdinck had some serious rock’n’roll friends. Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page worked as a session guitarist on Release Me and Humperdinck also shared the bill on a tour with Jimi Hendrix. One night when Humperdinck’s  guitarist fell ill, Jimi stepped in.

“He said, ‘Don’t worry man, I’ll play for you’,” Humperdinck says, laughing at the thought. “I told him he couldn’t do that, he was a star. So he stood behind the curtain with his music laid out and played. It sounded like three guitars back there. He was a lovely person, he’d give you the coat off his back. In fact, I complimented him on his army tunic one day and he offered to give it to me!”

At the height of his fame Humperdinck counted Elvis Presley as a friend, and his stable mate Tom Jones as a sometimes friend and sometimes rival. It irked him when the manager Humperdinck shared with Jones, Gordon Mills, “didn’t show the same care for my career as he did for Jones or Gilbert O’Sullivan”.

Tom Jones was often given most of the good songs, or Mills threw film scripts pitched to Humperdinck in the bin without the singer seeing them as he wanted him in a studio rather than on set for six months.

It’s a frustration that continues to this day. Humperdinck recently discovered the mega-selling Gorillaz tried to get him on a song and were told “no” by Humperdinck’s management. The move led to Humperdinck finding new management. Still, there’s little that dampens the singer’s enthusiasm.

“What’s happened is in the past,” he says. “What’s gone is gone. I live in the now. I don’t regret anything that has gone bad … and I was taken for a lot of money.”

The singer is still keen to record new material and is working on a new album, the details of which are hush-hush.

“I’m working on a concept record,” he says. “It’s out of my comfort zone, but we’re working on it right now. By the time I get to Australia I’ll have part of it finished. I’m hoping the whole album will be finished in two or three months. It’s different. I can’t tell you too much.”

As for the tour, Humperdinck will keep singing for audiences as long as he is physically able.

“I really don’t know,” he muses. “We’ve called it The Last Waltz. People have their last tours and they tour it for five years. Cher’s been on her final tour for about six years. It’s important to keep a good mindset. With me it’s in the lap of the gods. How far it goes? We’ll see.”

Engelbert Humperdinck: The Last Waltz plays the QPAC Concert Hall, May 13 and 14.




Decca Records announce major reissue programme for British popular music icon, Engelbert Humperdinck

March 19, 2024

MusicNews.Com 18 Mar 2024

2024 looks to be a milestone year for the globally adored Engelbert Humperdinck. The timeless icon of music, who has enjoyed a seven-decade career, will be celebrated with a major reissue campaign from his original record label, Decca Records.

In an incredible career that has spanned over 60 years, Engelbert Humperdinck has sold over 140 million records worldwide, with songs ranging from the most romantic ballads to movie theme songs, disco, rock, and even gospel.

These records have earned 64 gold and 35 platinum albums, four Grammy Award nominations, a Golden Globe, and his own star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame.

The programme includes:

Reissues of seminal albums

New CD compilation

Major streaming campaigns with digital EP compilations and bespoke video releases

Includes Valentines digital EP compilation already released

Halloween and Christmas focused digital product 

Coinciding will be a handful of UK concert dates including The London Palladium (September 8), Manchester Opera House (September 9), Birmingham Symphony Hall (September 10) and Glasgow Royal Concert Hall (September 12) as part of his huge ‘The Last Waltz Farewell Tour 2024’.

Engelbert exploded on to the music scene with The Beatles and the Rolling Stones. The shy handsome man catapulted almost instantly to world icon. He became great friends with Elvis and the two legends often performed each other’s songs. His first single in the charts was “Release Me,” which went into the Guinness Book of Records for achieving 56 consecutive weeks on the charts. It was No. 1 in 11 countries.

The following decades saw Engelbert constantly touring the world to sell-out crowds. He takes great pleasure in every moment on stage. His music has transcended time and his voice continues to reach out to people now – serving to transport and inspire, to embrace and to provoke feelings and emotions…ingredients that are no doubt the essence of his long-lasting success.

Engelbert was awarded the Honor of Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE) by Her Majesty the Queen’s Birthday Honors List 2021.



Engelbert Humperdinck: Leicestershire star's music to be reissued alongside tour dates

March 18, 2024

The timeless icon of music, who has enjoyed a seven-decade career, will be celebrated with a major reissue campaign from his original record label, Decca Records.

By LeicestershireLive reporter S P Jones 18 MAR 2024

Leicestershire superstar Engelbert Humperdinck is set to mark 2024 with tour dates and a major reissue of his music by his original record label, Decca Records. The globally adored singer has had an incredible career spanning more than 60 years, during which he has sold more than 140 million records worldwide.

Engelbert's songs cover a wide range of genres, from romantic ballads and movie theme tunes to disco, rock and gospel music. His records have earned him 64 gold and 35 platinum albums, four Grammy Award nominations, a Golden Globe, and his own star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame.

This year will see seminal album reissues, a new CD compilation, major streaming campaigns with digital EP compilations and bespoke video releases, a spokesperson said. It also features a Valentine's digital EP compilation, which has already been released, as well as Hallowe'en and Christmas products.

He will also perform at The London Palladium (September 8), Manchester Opera House (September 9), Birmingham Symphony Hall (September 10) and Glasgow Royal Concert Hall (September 12), as part of his grand 'The Last Waltz Farewell Tour 2024'.

Engelbert exploded onto the music scene alongside The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. He swiftly became a global icon and formed a close friendship with Elvis, often performing each other's songs. His debut single, Release Me, set a Guinness World Record after spending 56 consecutive weeks on the charts, reaching number one in 11 countries.

Engelbert has consistently toured the globe to sold-out crowds over the decades, delighting in every stage performance, said a spokesperson. His timeless music continues to resonate with audiences, transporting, inspiring, embracing, and evoking emotions key ingredients behind his enduring success, they added.

In recognition of his achievements, Engelbert was bestowed with the prestigious Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE) honour in the Queen's 2021 Birthday Honours List.

Tickets for the tour are available from Ticketmaster and from ATG Tickets



Engelbert Humperdinck Teases New Music While Reflecting on Elvis, Dean Martin Friendships

March 10, 2024

MAR 8, 2024 5:09 PM· 


It’s hardly a surprise that Engelbert Humperdinck describes himself as a romantic. After all, he’s been singing some of the world’s most beautiful love songs, including the hits “Release Me,” “A Man Without Love” and “After the Lovin,’” for six decades. “I have always approached my music with a romantic touch, singing these wonderful lyrics about love,” Engelbert, 87, tells Closer exclusively. “I think romance is what makes the world go round.”

The critically acclaimed performer released his most recent album, All About Love, last May. He is also the subject of a new documentary, Engelbert Humperdinck: The Legend Continues, and will be hitting the road this spring on his 2024 concert tour. “When people go to a concert, they want to hear the old songs they can relate to,” he says. “I’m grateful that the songs I recorded over 50 years ago are still as precious as when I recorded them.”

You were born to British citizens living in India. What do you remember from your childhood in Madras?

“It was just a magical country to be in. My father was in the service. We lived in a beautiful place, right near the harbor, in a massive house. It was such a colorful country. When you looked at the streets, they looked Technicolor because of the kind of garments that people wore. And the climate was perfect. You never had to worry about the cold. When the rains came, it was like a breath of fresh air. As a kid, it was all very exciting.”

Where did your love of music come from?

“My family all loved to sing together. I can remember songs that I used to sing when I was like 5 or 6 years old. Later, I heard Jimmy Dorsey play. He was a saxophonist, and he played this song called ‘So Rare,’ which I fell in love with. I decided at 11 years old that I would like to start playing the saxophone. I wasn’t very good at it. I am glad that my instrument was in my throat because it was less scary and easier to handle. I was much more successful using my voice as my instrument.”

Were your parents supportive of your dream?

“I can remember when I was a struggling artist my father said to my young lady, who was to be my wife, ‘Why don’t you tell him to get a proper job?’ And she said, ‘He will do what he wants to do. He’s like you, very stubborn!’ She stood up for me, she was so great.”

But success didn’t happen quickly for you.

“No, I went to London, and I tried to break into show business. I had so many agents and many managers, and I really got disappointed. I learned that the first condition [for success] was a willingness to take rejection. And I took it many, many times! But it didn’t put me off. You’ve got to keep knocking on doors and struggling.”

You were born Arnold Dorsey. How did you change your name?

“I first changed my name to Gerry Dorsey, and I tried for many years under that name. Then a guy called Gordon Mills, who eventually started to manage me, gave me the name Engelbert Humperdinck. It proved worthwhile to have a very different name.”

The song “Release Me” became your first hit in 1967. How did it change your life?

“It was just an amazing transformation, from nothing to something. I was able to pay off my debts, and the taxman stopped knocking on my door! It was just unbelievable what that one record did for me. That song traveled all around the world. That doesn’t happen today. My career was so brand-new, and once I got one hit — I got three in one year! It was just huge. I was doing 300 performances a year.”

You also became the star of your own variety series in 1969. What was that like?

“It was a learning experience. Guests like Tony Bennett and Jerry Lewis came over to do my show. Each time I’ve worked with somebody, I learned something different from them. If you’re going to steal, you have to steal from the best.”

You also became friends with Elvis Presley. What was he like?

“One of the most gracious people I’ve ever met in my life. You know when you first meet somebody, they usually shake hands? Well, this guy didn’t. He embraced me. We got on well together. He would come see my show, and I would go see his show in Vegas.”

How about Dean Martin? You were on his show.

“He was such a character. He never ever called me ‘Engelbert.’ He always called me ‘Humpty Bumpy Lumpty Dumpty.’ He was the most incredible person I’ve ever met in my life. A wonderful, wonderful man.”

Did you know Sammy Davis Jr.?

“Sammy was a wonderful man, too! I have a lovely story about him — I was playing golf with him in Lake Tahoe. He was hitting the ball all over the place. I said to Sammy, ‘You’re my partner, keep your eye on the ball!’ And he looked at me and said, ‘Engelbert, I have no choice!’ [Laughs] Of course, he only had one eye! I didn’t realize what I was saying.”

Did your kids follow you into performing?

“My children have been a part of my professional life for a long time. I have three boys and a girl. Some of them have been onstage with me, singing a couple of songs. And now my daughter’s daughter, who is 14 years old, is a brilliant singer. I’m sure she’s going to be a star.

You lost your wife, Patricia, in 2021 after nearly 60 years together. That must have been very difficult.

“Without her, I don’t think I would have been where I am today. She was very, very supportive of me, and she put up with a lot. She raised the children because I was on the road all the time. She was the backbone to my life. When I lost her, I lost part of my life. There’s a song that I dedicate to her in my show. It’s a song I wrote 30 years ago, and now the lyrics are even more poignant. It touches me every time I sing it.”

In addition to the tour, documentary and new album, you are planning new music. Can you tell us about it?

“Next year, I will step out of my comfort zone and do something a little bit different. It’s a rather unusual concept album. Hopefully, people will enjoy this new music. I am very excited about it.”



British pop legend Engelbert Humperdinck discusses Aussie farewell tour

February 28, 2024


British music icon, Engelbert Humperdinck, has joined Michael McLaren to discuss his Australian farewell tour. 




Engelbert Humperdinck Celebrates Valentine's Day with the Release of a Romantic New Rendition of "Bésame Mucho"

February 14, 2024

This Valentine's Day the "King of Romance" himself, Engelbert Humperdinck is celebrating with a special gift to his fans, a new rendition of the bolero classic "Bésame Mucho". Featuring a romantic arrangement influenced from his current live show set, the iconic artist shows off his vocal skills singing in both Spanish and English.

Click to Watch “Bésame Mucho” on YouTube

As a nod to his ever-growing Latin popularity, Engelbert recently recorded a pair of duets in Spanish for his album All About Love Including "Bésame Mucho" with two-time GRAMMY®-nominated Mariachi star Lupita Infante. Considered one of the most important songs in the history of Latin music, the song was also previously recorded by Lupita’s grandfather, the iconic film star Pedro Infante.

"I think it's one of the most romantic songs ever written" -Engelbert Humperdinck

With Engelbert and Lupita's duet quickly becoming a fan-favorite garnering 2.8 Million views on YouTube, Engelbert has added "Bésame Mucho" into his current live shows. Now with the special Valentine's Day release of the song on OK!Good Records, his new solo performance and live arrangement is captured in the studio.

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Music fans old and new have re-discovered one of England’s greatest singers of all time, Engelbert Humperdinckand are loving what they found.The indomitable 87 year young “Leicester boy” (as the Queen calls him) finds himself at the center of attention once again thanks to several of his classic hits being featured on hit TV shows like Moon Knight (Disney+)“A Man Without Love”, Umbrella Academy(Netflix)“Quando, Quando, Quando”, and a newly recorded version of West Ham United’s football anthem ‘Forever Blowing Bubbles In Brad Pitt’s film ‘Bullet Train’."Bésame Mucho" follows-up Engelbert's recent single "At Last"and his 2023 album 'All About Love'. Not one to rest on his laurels, Engelbert continues his worldwide tour in 2024, announcing upcoming dates in Australia, England, Canada and the United States, with more dates and countries to be announced soon.

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Engelbert Humperdinck wants to become Glastonbury's oldest performer

February 11, 2024

BANG Showbiz

Sat, 10 February 2024

Engelbert Humperdinck wants to perform at Glastonbury.

The 87-year-old singer - who will be 88 in May - is aiming to become Glastonbury's oldest ever performer this year, beating the record help by the late Burt Bacharach, who was 87 when he played the festival in 2015.

Engelbert told The Sun newspaper's Bizarre column: "I wouldn’t mind doing Glastonbury. I’d have to have the right songs for that show. But my new project may give me that opportunity.

"It’s out of my comfort zone and taking me into a different style, which may lead to Glastonbury."

Englebert also revealed one of his career regrets is when his manager turned down a collaboration with Gorillaz in 2010.

He said: "That was a terrible mistake. I would’ve jumped at the chance if they’d spoken to me.

"Hopefully, with this new project, I’ll be able to work with these sort of people. I want to record with them.”

Meanwhile, Engelbert recently collaborated with EMIN on a big band rendition of 'Help Me Make It Through The Night'.

The 44-year-old Azerbaijani singer - who was named the People's Artiste of Azerbaijan in 2018 - joined forces with Engelbert for the Elvis tribute collection 'Now or Never'.

EMIN first met Engelbert in Azerbaijan's capital of Baku, in 2012, when the 'There Goes My Everything' singer represented the UK at the Eurovision Song Contest with the song 'Love Will Set You Free', and EMIN was the half-time performer.

He said: "Ever since I was a teenager, I have loved the music of Engelbert. I have a treasured photograph of my mother holding an Engelbert album taken when she was a young girl, and it is a dream come true for me to have created this wonderful duet with the legend that is Enge."



EXCLUSIVE: Engelbert Humperdinck on Elvis Presley - stolen look, brother links and unique traits

February 10, 2024

Engelbert Humperdinck has revealed Elvis Presley 'stole' something from him before the iconic pair went on to form a strong friendship thanks to a sweet memory for the king of rock n' roll

By Jamie Roberts Assistant US Showbiz and TV Editor Mirror.co..uk

  • 09:00, 10 Feb 2024


Engelbert Humperdinck is honouring his longtime pal Elvis Presley in his latest music linkup with Baku-born artist EMIN - but there's one thing the King of Rock n Roll "stole" from him that still leaves the Release Me singer all shook up.

Engelbert, 87, and Elvis formed an extremely close bond during their time in the spotlight, including big performances in Las Vegas. However, the Brit still hasn't forgotten the iconic part of the Hound Dog singer's image he said he was first to showcase

Engelbert - whose real name is Arnold Dorsey - claims the man from Mississippi "took the sideburns" look from him early on in his career. "I had it first," the Last Waltz singer told The Mirror. "He took it from me and I told him so," he continued with a chuckle before saying: "I didn't realise I'd befriend this man. Elvis was a great character."


Revealing the touching reason the pair grew so close, Engelbert went on to admit Elvis had told his bodyguards of their strong friendship. One of the American's former minders was later asked as part of an autobiography why the rock n' roll legend liked Engelbert so much. Engelbert revealed he said it was because he reminded him of the brother he lost. Elvis had a twin brother named Jesse Garon who sadly died during their birth. The comment was one Engelbert admitted really flattered him. 

The veteran singer went on to confess the important life traits he was taught by the legendary star throughout their friendship, both professionally and personally. "He taught me humility," Engelbert confessed. "When you see him work, you realise the traits that he had. I recognise them very easily because there was a lot of honesty in his performance and he never took his image seriously. As a performer, for me, he was the best I've ever seen, so I stole a lot from him."

Now, as he releases a cover version alongside EMIN of Elvis' tune Help Me Make It Through The Night, the Quando Quando Quando singer has confirmed why he feels Elvis will always will be one of the biggest icons in the world of music. He also shared why he chose to work on this track at this time.

"He is the most impersonated man in the world," Engelbert said with a smile. "His legacy of music is something to be admired and that's probably one of the reasons why EMIN took his songs and recorded them and paid tribute to him."

The album has been created with the help of 16x Grammy award-winning music arranger David Foster, with Engelbert gushing you simply "can't get any better production than you're hearing".

On choosing to work with Engelbert on the hit, EMIN added: "David [Foster] told me with the two voices and key changes we have, he can make it really beautiful, and it really did. Even for us it's a bit challenging sometimes. It goes somewhere you're not expecting it to go."

He continued: "For me, I love Elvis. I always had an Elvis song or two in my show for the last 20 years and was wanting to do it [an album]. To to have your own twist on it, but at the same time not to lose the DNA of those songs, was crucial and I think David has done tremendous work on delivering that result."

The album also features collaborations with Nicole Scherzinger (Love Me Tender) and Katherine McPhee (It's Now Or Never). Such inclusions, EMIN says, have helped add "a lot of credibility to the album". 

Emin's new album Now or Never is out now featuring the new single "Help Me Make It Through The Night" with Engelbert Humperdinck.

The album also features collaborations with Nicole Scherzinger (Love Me Tender) and Katherine McPhee (It's Now Or Never). Such inclusions, EMIN says, have helped add "a lot of credibility to the album". 

Emin's new album Now or Never is out now featuring the new single "Help Me Make It Through The Night" with Engelbert Humperdinck.



Engelbert Humperdinck: The Unstoppable King of Romance

February 09, 2024

Engelbert Humperdinck, the timeless icon of music, continues his seven-decade career at 87, selling over 140 million records. His enchanting ballads and captivating performances have spanned generations, with an upcoming farewell tour and new album in the works. Humperdinck's passion for music and dedication to his fans remain unwavering, as he forges connections with contemporary artists and seeks innovative collaborations.

Emmanuel Abara Benson BNN Breaking

09 Feb 2024 07:55 EST

Engelbert Humperdinck, the enduring King of Romance, continues to serenade global audiences at 87. Born Arnold George Dorsey in Madras, India, in 1936, Humperdinck's seven-decade career has sold over 140 million records, making him a timeless icon in the music industry.

A Star Born in Madras, Crowned in London

Humperdinck's ascent began with his 1967 rendition of 'Release Me,' a cover that outperformed the Beatles' single on the UK charts and entered the top 10 in the United States. This breakthrough moment was sparked by a performance at the London Palladium, where Humperdinck's magnetic stage presence and emotive voice captivated audiences and sent 'Release Me' soaring to unprecedented heights.

With hits like 'The Last Waltz,' 'Spanish Eyes,' and 'Quando Quando Quando,' Humperdinck's enchanting ballads have transcended generations and solidified his position as a legendary crooner. His enduring appeal is evident in his upcoming 'The Last Waltz' Farewell Tour, which will span America and Australia before returning to the UK for additional shows.

A Lasting Legacy and an Unyielding Passion

Despite his age, Humperdinck has no intention of slowing down. With plans to continue performing for as long as he can, Humperdinck's dedication to his craft is unwavering. He is currently working on a new album, aiming to reinvent himself and enthrall listeners with fresh material.

Humperdinck's recent collaboration with Baku-born singer Emin on the single 'I'm Never Gonna Dance Again' showcases his ability to connect with contemporary artists and diverse audiences. The duo formed a close friendship during Humperdinck's 2012 Eurovision performance, representing the UK.

Reinvention and the Pursuit of New Horizons

Humperdinck's insatiable appetite for innovation has led him to express interest in working with Gorillaz, a collaboration that would further demonstrate his ability to adapt and evolve within the ever-changing music landscape.

As he sets his sights on becoming Glastonbury's oldest-ever performer, Humperdinck's commitment to his music and fans remains unwavering. With no plans to retire, Engelbert Humperdinck, the King of Romance, will continue to enchant audiences with his timeless melodies and captivating performances.

In a world where the music industry is often characterized by fleeting fame and disposable talent, Engelbert Humperdinck stands as a testament to the power of passion, perseverance, and an unyielding dedication to one's craft.





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Engelbert Sings For YouEngelbert Sings For You
Christmas TymeChristmas Tyme
After the Lovin’After the Lovin’
The World of Engelbert HumperdinckThe World of Engelbert Humperdinck
Engelbert Humperdinck His Greatest HitsEngelbert Humperdinck His Greatest Hits
My LoveMy Love
Engelbert King of HeartsEngelbert King of Hearts
In TimeIn Time
Live at the Riviera Las VegasLive at the Riviera Las Vegas
Another Time, Another PlaceAnother Time, Another Place
We Made It HappenWe Made It Happen
Engelbert HumperdinckEngelbert Humperdinck
A Man Without LoveA Man Without Love
Last WaltzLast Waltz
Release MeRelease Me