BBC Radio London’s Robert Elms Chats With Engelbert Humperdinck on His New Album
While in London for his recent performance at Theatre Royal Drury Lane, Engelbert Humperdinck stopped by the Robert Elms Show at BBC Radio London to discuss his new album, ‘The Man I Want to Be’.
Elms started his segment with the legendary singer by playing, “How Can You Live With Yourself,” off the album. Elms stopped the track short stating, “I have to say that sounds very good to me – and I’ve got to say that it sounded good to the man sitting opposite of me as well,” referring to Engelbert Humperdinck. Elms continued, “He (Engelbert) put the headphones on – listened to himself and smiled a little, and said, “That sounds alright!” – and he’s not wrong!”
Humperdinck discussed his enthusiasm for the newly released, ‘The Man I Want to Be‘, highlighting the album’s diverse song choice and introspective lyrical content as reasons for this album standing out in his long discography of roughly 81 albums.
Click the player below to listen to the full interview, which starts at [2:07:35] into the program:
‘The Man I Want To Be’ is available now on OK!Good Records. You can order the CD along with a limited edition Signed Copy in the OK!Good Records Shop. The album is also available on Amazon, iTunes, Google Play, Barnes & Noble and at music retailers worldwide.
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