Listen to online Engelbert Humperdinck - Twelve Great Songs Plus. This album was released on the label Decca (catalog number SKL 4868). This album was released in 1967 year. UK. Format of the release is.
Release Me: The Best of Engelbert Humperdinck. Engelbert Humperdinck. 1. Release Me (And Let Me Love Again). 2. Have I Told You Lately. 3. There Goes My Everything. At first, this album would appear to be a massive collection of Engelbert Humperdinck's major hits, but the word "more" is in the album title for a reason. The "more" presents a few rare tracks and even some stunning surprises, like the song "Jerusalem", the last track in part 2. I have no regrets purchasing this treasure at all.
Rarity Music Great Hits '60. Опубликовано: 23 ноя 2016. Release Me 00:00,0 Quiet Nights 03:16,1 Yours Until Tomorrow 05:52,1 There's A Kind Of Hush 08:40,1 This Is My Song 11:38,2 Misty Blue 14:11,2 Take My Heart 16:14,1 How Near Is Love 19:06,1 Walk Through This World 21:30,1 If I Were You 24:33, 2 Talking Love 26:40,1 Il Mondo 28:55,0 Ten Guitars 31:36,1. vintage music songs Take My Heart This Is My Song Engelbert Humperdinck oldies. Alina DW3 месяца назад.
There are more titles that display the talent of Engelbert Humperdinck, and "Release Me" is a great start. Although the song "Release Me" was written by 3 Songwriters,Eddie Miller,Robert Yount, and James Pebworth under the pseudonym Dub Williams and published in 1946. Miller could not get anyone to record it,so he recorded it himself in 1949. Then it was recorded by Jimmy Heap and after that by the great Kitty Wells and Ray Price It and along with the other popular songs on this excellent album took Engelbert from a run-of-the- mill singer to an internationallegend.
Engelbert Humperdinck talks to uDiscover about the body of work celebrated by the 19 May 2017 release of a two-CD compilation and 11-disc box se. It also includes a new DBU Disco Remix of ‘Release Me’ and two brand new songs, ‘I Don’t Want To Call It Goodbye’ and ‘I Followed My Heart. It’s an amazing presentation, I think, says Humperdinck. At 81, Engelbert’s diary continues to be packed. A whole new album is in store, of new songs, he reveals, but before that, there are many more shows to fulfill in his datebook, starting in June in Bucharest, Romania. I love it. There’s not many places in the world I haven’t been, but I’m going to Iceland, I haven’t been there before, or Romania.
His Greatest Love Songs. Despite this 2004 compilation's relatively general title, GREATEST LOVE SONGS is surprisingly sharply focused, zooming in simultaneously on both Engelbert Humperdinck's most romance-obsessed tunes and his 1967-'70 heyday. While the set features a number of the British-raised pop singer's hits, including the pleading "Release Me (And Let Me Love Again)," it also presents other lush, swooning, and lesser-known tunes by the beloved crooner ("The Shadow of Your Smile" is a particular stand-out). With Engelbert Humperdinck's Decca Records contract coming to an end in 1974, the label compiled His Greatest Hits.