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1 hour ago, sqwakvfr said:

If it was Tom Jones I would consider it.

Engelbert is a master but he must be 90 by now or close to it. It's a wonder to me why these people continue to perform and I don't believe it is because they want to.

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4 minutes ago, ThailandRyan said:

40 years ago top and now

 

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Boy has he aged and not gracefully.

That's frightening.

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2 minutes ago, ThailandRyan said:

Ergo why its limited to 300, must be just enough room for the zimmer frames and 4 wheel electric carts

16000 baht gee whiz paeng

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Just now, Sparktrader said:

My guess dead or 106

No he is 86 now , not dead yet but his voice may seem like he has crooked already 😂

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18 hours ago, The Hammer2021 said:

The real talent was PJ Proby. Englebert was a gimmick and Tom a bore.

You mean the guy who said he'd be bigger than the Beatles? His only talent was splitting the seams on his trousers.

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13 minutes ago, giddyup said:

You mean the guy who said he'd be bigger than the Beatles? His only talent was splitting the seams on his trousers.

No. You are wrong. He was banned by the BBC for the trousers  splitting incident but he was the real talent with the raw  sexual  energy.

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18 hours ago, The Hammer2021 said:

The real talent was PJ Proby.

Have been a long time fan also. At his best 1964 - 1968 was unique and spectacular. Ruined his career with alcohol and bad behaviour abuses. Now sober, still performing at 84 to his faithful fans and releasing his own recordings albeit of a different tone/genre. Has lost that emotive, soaring edge to his voice that previously made him great. 

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