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1. Spanish Eyes - Engelbert Humperdinck

Spanish Eyes - Engelbert Humperdinck

In memory of my Nan, Jean Moore (23rd Feb 1933 - 22nd October 2013)

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2. Spanish Eyes (With Il Divo)

Spanish Eyes (With Il Divo)

Engelbert Humperdinck - 'Engelbert Calling' Deluxe 2-CD USA Edition Purchase from OK!GOOD: Purchase from AMAZON - Download from ITUNES - Purchase from BARNES & NOBLE - Engelbert Calling is the first ever duets album from the legendary and incomparable Engelbert Humperdinck. This collection is his 80th album and comes forty-five years after his first number one hit single and signature tune – “Release Me”. Featuring brand new recordings of classic tracks with some of the biggest and best voices on the planet, all handpicked by the legendary singer himself, this is an album that celebrates both an incredible career and all that is best in music. This new Deluxe 2-CD USA edition includes a beautiful color digipak with a fold out mini-poster insert. The poster is perfect for autograph signings by “The Hump” or any of his many duet partners. 23 songs in total are included in the package including a brand new duet with Johnny Reid, a multi-platinum recording artist from Canada. It’s a true must-have for all Engelbert Humperdinck fans.

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4. SPANISH EYES (Engelbert Humperdinck) cover version

SPANISH  EYES (Engelbert Humperdinck) cover version

Cover version of this great oldie by Al Martino and Engelbert Humperdinck.

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7. (Cover Engelbert Humperdinck) - Spanish Eyes

(Cover Engelbert Humperdinck) - Spanish Eyes

Un tema grabado a pedido de mi viejo O.o jaja espero qe els guste,,,

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10. Can't Take My Eyes Of You - Engelbert Humperdinck Cover

  • Published: 2017-04-12T07:19:35Z
  • By Rudy Aira
Can't Take My Eyes Of You - Engelbert Humperdinck Cover

You're just too good to be true...

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12. Engelbert Spanish Eyes

  • Published: 2017-03-10T22:46:31Z
  • By Wil Bakx
Engelbert Spanish Eyes

Engelbert Spanish Eyes

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13. Spanish Eyes - Ojos tan españoles

Spanish Eyes - Ojos tan españoles

"Spanish Eyes (Ojos tan españoles) " original Moon Over Naples es una canción instrumental compuesta en 1965 y originalmente escrita por Bert Kaempfert. «Spanish Eyes» (Ojos tan españoles) fue interpretada por Elvis Presley, Engelbert Humperdinck, Wayne Newton y Faith No More, incluso cantada por Homer Simpson en Los Simpson en el episodio, Homer vs. Dignity. Coverversion: Intérprete musical Pedro Voramar con teclado Yamaha PSR 650 (2015)

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14. Spanish Eyes

Spanish Eyes

"Moon Over Naples" is a 1965 instrumental composed and originally performed by German bandleader Bert Kaempfert and was the first track on his album, The Magic Music of Far Away Places for Decca Records. A vocal version by Sergio Franchi with lyrics by Charles Singleton was recorded in 1966, but did not chart. It would become a hit single in 1966 for Al Martino when a new set of lyrics were written by composer Eddie Snyder, and the title changed to "Spanish Eyes". (All versions now list both Singleton and Snyder among the credits.)Released in late 1965 in the United States, this recording reached number 15 on the Billboard Hot 100[1] and spent four weeks atop the Billboard Easy Listening chart[2] in early 1966. This vocal version was also a hit in Europe, where it sold an estimated 800,000 copies in Germany[2] and made the UK Singles Chart twice, peaking at number 49 in 1970 and then reaching number five in August 1973.[3] In 1968, "Moon Over Naples" earned Kaempfert one of five BMI Awards that year; the other awards were for his compositions "Lady," "Sweet Maria," "Strangers in the Night" and "The World We Knew (Over and Over)" with a posthumous BMI Award given September 16, 2003.[4] As "Spanish Eyes", the song would go on to be performed by the likes of Elvis Presley, Engelbert Humperdinck, Willie Nelson & Julio Iglesias, Wayne Newton and Faith No More;[5] it was even sung by Homer Simpson in The Simpsons episode, Homer vs. Dignity. The song was sung, initially by Geoffrey Hutchings and Sheila Reid in the characters of Mel and Madge as the finale to the third season of the British TV comedy Benidorm.

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