The Paul Leslie Hour Episode #42 – Engelbert Humperdinck

Engelbert Humperdinck is the definition of what it means to be an iconic singer. The youngest boy in a large family with ten children, Engelbert Humperdinck, from Leicester, England, he grew up in Madras, India. In his career as a performing and recording artist, Humperdinck has sold approximately 150 million records, including 64 million gold and 24 million platinum records.   Know as “the King of Romance,” his most recent album, “The Man I Want to Be” is dedicated to his wife Patricia, who is battling Alzheimer’s and features an eclectic  collection of songs including originals as well as covers of hits from Bruno Mars and Ed Sheeran.


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Don Black: Lyricist

Sir Don Black is a lyricist and inductee of the Songwriters Hall of Fame who has written songs with some of the most celebrated composers in history: Andrew Lloyd Webber, Quincy Jones, John Barry, Michel Legrand, Henry Mancini, Michael Jackson, Marvin Hamlisch, and Charles Strouse, just to name a few.

In addition to being a lyricist, Black has worked as a stand-up comedian, song plugger, radio personality and personal manager to the late Matt Monro. It was a great pleasure to interview him.