Engelbert Humperdinck – Engelbert (LP Decca – LK 4985, 1969).
Production Peter Sullivan.
Excellent album Engelbert Humperdinck , released by Decca in 1969 and has fantastic songs which highlight “Les bicyclettes De Belsize” or “The Way It Used To Be”.
Engelbert Humperdinck (May 2, 1936, Madras, British India), better known simply as Engelbert, it is a famous Anglo-Indian popular singer who was very successful in the 60s and 70s Your true full name is Arnold George Dorsey. It has a full career of big hits and melodious songs like “Release Me (And Let Me Love Again)”, “After the Lovin ‘”, “The Last Waltz” ( “The Last Waltz With You”), “Am I That Easy to Forget “,” a Man Without Love, “” from Here to Eternity, “” Les bicyclettes Belsize “,” The Way It Used to Be, “a Place in the Sun,” “I’m a Better Man, “or” Winter World of Love, “among many others. in 1989, Humperdinck was awarded a star on the Walk of Fame in Hollywood, California, and won a Golden Globe award for artist of the year.
Tracks / Tracklist:
A1 Love Can Fly (Blaikley)
A2 Love Was Here Before The Stars (Bacharach, David)
A3 Don’t Say No (Again) (Testa, Mills, Fontana)
A4 Let Me Into Your Life (Hotlan, De Angelis)
A5 Through The Eyes Of Love (Clement, Addington)
The A6 Bicycles Of Belsize (Mason Reed)
B1 The Way It Used To Be (Cook, Greenaway, Conti, Cassano, Argenio)
B2 Marry Me (Mason, Reed)
B3 To Get To You (Chapel)
B4 You’re Easy To Love (Burgess)
B5 True (Shayne, Ahlert)
B6 A Good Thing Going (Humperdinck)