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Challenge the lowest price Baer Hugs T-Shirt Sale With Discounts Max 76% OFF At first, to the untrained ear, this CD sounds like the real thing, but it is not. This CD has the original artist, songs and maybe musicians, however the recordings are not the original, and you can really tell as you listen. The tempo is slower as if someone has their finger on the turntable or like they neglected to take their Geritol before that recording session. Really. Engelbert has made a few slight changes in his style with this CD, also. His voice intentionally rollercoasts here and there in a few renditions as if we wouldn't notice. Also, no where on the CD does it tell you these are re recorded or remastered. It takes away from the whole mood. I like Humperdinck, his singing and his songs, but not this CD version. I have his original LP in excellent condition. I compared this CD to the LP 4 times with several huge Humperdinck fans friends present. They all agree that it is different, and not nearly as good as the genuine original . . . sniff, sniff. I may take my LP to a professional recording studio and have them create an exact copy. It's only .00, so not much lost.If you really, really, really like Humperdinck, and cannot find an original LP or CD, out of desperation, buy this CD.I actually listened to Engelbert Humperdinck for the 1st time after i listens to so my mum's humming all the time, lol! So i thought to gave this album a try after some recommendations. I am glad i am not disappointed! His voice is superb, the songs are so beautiful!Eventhough i have always being always a fan of oldies, but, i usually prefer compilation albums with various artist rather than just listens to one single musician.But obviously, this album has made an exception, or maybe i should have said, Engelbert Humperdinck made an exception, i love every single song in this album, which is all his very best, such as "Release Me", "Quando, Quando, Quando".., "Am I That Easy To Forget ", "A Man Without Love", "There Goes My Everything", and my most favourite "The Last Waltz"..The sound quality is excellent, it's an original recording remastered.., based on the info, it was first released back at the year of 1974, a good work for remastered this one.Last, but not least, for sure this is a great album to gain a new fan, happy listening! :)Great music received on time and in described condition. This collection includes ten of Engelbert's earliest and biggest hits. It's not inclusive, but will provide a trip down pop radio memory lane with one of the smoothest crooners of his time.Popular hits i like are there.My grandma grew up listening to him and she loves her record. I am 23 and listened to it with her and honestly it's not bad at all. Good quality and no glitches on the record. Very pleased
We were so disappointed that the DVD does not work! We put in other DVDs and they played, so it isn't the player! Please let us know what we can do....can the cost be deducted from our Visa? Our email is firstname.lastname@example.org...thank you! Barbara HampsonThe selection of songs were wonderful - and sung beautifully by Enge. I just wish he would record "THE WONDER OF YOU". No one could sing this better than him...even at 82!If you love beautiful songs being performed at the greatest possible performance level then you will love this fantastic album. I didn't appreciate Engelbert Humperdinck's singing capabilities until I listened to this magnificent album. I now consider him one of the best singers of his or anyones generation. Do yourself a favor and don't hestitate to add this album to your collection. we sre creates inspiring ecommerce experiences for our buyers, sellers and developers. Engelbert Humperdinck: His Greatest Hits Baer Hugs T-Shirt
10 digitally remastered Humperdinck hits, including Release Me; Winter World of Love; A Man Without Love; Am I That Easy to Forget; There Goes My Everything; The Last Waltz; Les Bicyclettes de Belsize; The Way It Used to Be , and more.
Engelbert Humperdinck, who at the circa 1968 height of his career shared a manager with fellow hunk Tom Jones, has never enjoyed the campy appreciation that has come to Jones in recent years--mostly because he's way too earnest compared to the teasingly all-man singer of "What's New Pussycat" and "She's a Lady." Humperdinck certainly deserves a place on some space-age bachelor's mix tape with the quietly ebullient "Quando Quando Quando," the quietly invitational "Winter World of Love," and the quietly fatalistic "Les Bicyclettes de Belsize"--maybe yours. Or at least your dad's. --Rickey Wright
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