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Release Me: Collection
This great value collection features no less than nine hit singles from one of the most talented & popular entertainers of the last 35 years, also included are some of his finest Decca recordings of the 1960s as well as recently recorded songs (highlights include 'Release Me (And Let Me Love Again) ', 'The Last Waltz', 'Am I That Easy To Forget', and a 'Winter World Of Love'.
Other tracks that make up the 19 tracks in all, are covers of Robbie Williams' 'Angels' & The Mavericks' 'Dance The Night Away').
Engelbert Humperdink - The Greatest Hits And More
2007 two CD compilation that rounds up Engelbert's greatest hits and finest musical moments to date. The dapper and debonair Englishman burst upon the scene with a three-and-a-half octave vocal range and, with the help of Tom Jones' manager, became an international sensation. Best known as a balladeer who can easily make the women swoon, Engelbert has tackled several different styles and languages over the decades, expanding his fanbase with each new release. This double disc collection features 36 tracks including 'Release Me (And Let Me Love Again)', 'There Goes My Everything', 'Man Without Love', 'It's All In The Game', 'Bicyclettes De Belsize', 'This Guy's In Love With You' and many more.
Engelbert Humperdinck - Live [DVD]
This excellent DVD has Engelbert putting his signature on classic songs including: Love Is a Many Splendoured Thing, Can't Take My Eyes Off You, Stranger in Paradise, Per el Amor de una Mujer (I Knew that We Have Loved Before), Nothin' a Little Love Won't Cure, Portofino, (Sittin' on) The Dock of the Bay, Release Me, The Shadow of Your Smile, Smoke Gets in Your Eyes, I Apologize, Too Young, Secret Love, Malaguena, No Other Love, When I Fall in Love, Quando Quando Quando, After the Lovin', Such a Night, Yours, Unchained Melody and Ave Maria.
Engelbert - What's In A Name?: The Autobiography
Having topped the charts across the world and headlined every big-name venue from the London Palladium to Las Vegas, the superstar who was friends with both Elvis and Sinatra reveals for the first time the real man - and some of the women - behind the name in his honest and humorous autobiography.
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