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British singer Engelbert Humperdinck made it big in 1967 with the hit song "Release Me (And Let Me Love Again)."
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In 1996, Humperdinck showed that he had a sense of humor about both himself and his easy-listening style by recording a track for the animated film Beavis and Butt-Head Do America. Two years later, he released The Dance Album, which featured club-worthy versions of his hits.
More recently, Humperdinck has been working on a new album of duets, recording songs with such famed musicians as Elton John,
Humperdinck and his wife, Patricia, divide their time between residences in California and England.
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