Engelbert Humperdinck Backing Tracks

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Engelbert Humperdinck Backing Tracks – A Chance To Be A Hero  …    After The Loving  …    Alone In The Night  …    A Man And A Woman  …    A Man Without Love  …    Am I That Easy To Forget  …    Amor  …    A Nightingale Sang In Berkley Square  …    Another Time Another Place  …    Bella Italia  …    Brazil  …    By The Time I Get To Phoenix  …    Call On Me  …    Can’t Take My Eyes Off You  …    Can’t You See  …    Columns Of Grey  …    Deep In My Heart  …    Dommage Dommage  …

 

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Engelbert Humperdinck (born Arnold George Dorsey; 2 May 1936) is an English pop singer. Humperdinck has been described as “one of the finest middle-of-the-road balladeers around.” His singles “Release Me” and “The Last Waltz” both topped the UK music charts in 1967, and sold more than a million copies each. In North America, he also had chart successes with “After the Lovin'” (1976) and “This Moment in Time” (1979). He has sold more than 150 million records worldwide.

About Engelbert Humperdinck

Engelbert Humperdinck has recorded everything from romantic ballads to the platinum-selling theme song “Lesbian Seagull” for the latest Beavis and Butthead movie. His remarkable voice and extraordinary talent has endeared him to millions of fans around the globe with the MTV generation having just “discovered” what a magnificent musician the rest of the world has celebrated for decades.

Several of the major forces in the world of rock n’ roll, including Jimi Hendrix and The Carpenters, started out as opening acts for Humperdinck in the late ’60’s, 70’s and ’80’s.

In 1999 “Humper” recorded The Dance Album as his first album in the dance genre which featured newly recorded dance versions of six of Engelbert’s greatest hits, along with five original songs. Favorites such as “Quando, Quando, Quando” and “Release Me” are set to an infectious dance beat by dance producer/ remixers Chris Cox and Barry Harris, known collectively as Thunderpuss 2000. The album has enjoyed tremendous success, with “Release Me” hitting Top Ten in the Billboard Dance charts.

With four Grammy nominations, a Golden Globe for “Entertainer of the Year” (1988), 63 gold and 24 platinum records and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Humperdinck might rest easy on his laurels. Hardly. In the past few years, he has joined in elite group of musical artists, such as Tony Bennett and Burt Bacharach, who have crossed over successfully to strike a new chord with a younger generation, in addition to their core audiences. The Humper has appeared on several MTV programs, including two appearances on “MTV Beach House”, “Chilling with the Weaze” and “Oddville.”

It is said that it was Humperdinck, not Elvis, who made famous the sideburns and flamboyant leather jumpsuits. Engelbert often jokingly asserts that Elvis “stole” the image from him. Nevertheless, the two legends often performed one another’s songs, and enjoyed a lasting friendship until Elvis’ death. Humperdinck has always enjoyed a healthy rivalry with Tom Jones, and the two actually partnered for ten years and shared a manager for many, many more.

Romance serves as the core of Engelbert Humperdinck’s music and lasting success. He knows how to pick songs with eternal themes of love and longing, and lovers always want to hear them sung.

In 2015 Engelbert released his first duets CD “Engelbert Calling.” Featuring tracks with the likes of Sir Elton John, Willie Nelson, Shelby Lynne, Charles Aznavour, Johnny Mathis, Cliff Richard, Neil Sedaka, Dionne Warwick, Kenny Rogers, Lulu, Beverly Knight and Gene Simmons, to name a few. Sir Elton said his new recording pal was “one of the sweetest and nicest people I have ever worked with.” He went on, “We had a great time singing together. He is 76 years old and still sounding as good as ever.”

Engelbert is happily married to his wife of almost 50 years Patricia. The couple has 4 children and 9 grandchildren. Engelbert is managed by his son Scott Dorsey/Dorsey Productions.

Engelbert Humperdinck Website

Engelbert Humperdinck Backing Tracks – A Chance To Be A Hero  …    After The Loving  …    Alone In The Night  …    A Man And A Woman  …    A Man Without Love  …    Am I That Easy To Forget  …    Amor  …    A Nightingale Sang In Berkley Square  …    Another Time Another Place  …    Bella Italia  …    Brazil  …    By The Time I Get To Phoenix  …    Call On Me  …    Can’t Take My Eyes Off You  …    Can’t You See  …    Columns Of Grey  …    Deep In My Heart  …    Dommage Dommage  …    Do You Mind  …    Eternally  …    Every Breath You Take  …    From Here To Eternity  …    Funny Familiar Forgotten Feelings  …    Handbags And Gladrags  …    Help Me Make It Through The Night  …    Honky Tonk World  …    How I Love You  …    If We Only Had Love  …    I’m A Better Man  …    I’m Leaving You  …    I Never Said Goodbye  …    In Time  …    It’s All In The Game  …    I Want To Wake Up With You  …    I Wish You Love  …    Last Of The Romantics  …    Les Bicyclette De Belsize  …    Long And Winding Road  …    Love Can Fly  …    Love Is All  …    Love Is A Many Splendored Thing  …    Love Me With All Your Heart  …    Love Will Set You Free  …    Misty Blue  …    Mona Lisa  …    My Foolish Heart  …    On The Wings Of A Silver Bird  …    Penny Lane  …    Please Release Me  …    Quando Quando Quando  …    Red Roses For My Lady  …    Shadow Of Your Smile  …    Somebody Like You  …    South Of The Border  …    Spanish Eyes  …     Stardust  …    Ten Guitars  …    The Last Waltz   …    – There Goes My Everything  …   There’s A Kind Of Hush  …    The Way It Used To BeTime  …    They Say It’s Wonderful  …    This Guy Is In Love With You  …    This Is My Song  …    This Moment In Time  …    Too Young  …    Torero  …    Up Up And Away  …    We’ll Meet Again  …    What A Wonderful World  …    What Now My Love  …    When You Say Nothing At AllWinter Wonderland  …    Winter World Of Love  …    Woman  …    You Make My Pants Want To Get Up And Dance  …