The Les Humphries Singers

The Les Humphries Singers
Les Humphries Singers
The Les Humphries Singers and Orchestra
The Les Humphries Singers & Rhythm-Orchestra
The Les Humphries Singers and R.&R. Band
Ethnically diverse pop group formed by Englishman Les Humphries in Hamburg, Germany in 1970.
Jürgen Drews Vocals (1972-1976)
Okko Percussion
Malcolm Magaron Vocals (1970-1972)
Victor Scott Vocals (1970-1972)
Jimmy Bilsbury


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Covers by The Les Humphries Singers

Title Performer Release date Originally by
1971 Dion
1975 (unknown), (unknown), The Original Sacred Harp Choir
1975 The Rolling Stones
1971 Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones
1973 Ringo Starr
1975 The Sweet
1970 Bob Dylan
1974 Johnny Moore's Three Blazers with Mari Jones, (unknown), Larry Williams [US1], Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys, Little Richard and His Band
1971 Simon and Garfunkel
1975 Suzi Quatro
1971 Lally Stott, Paul Anka
1975 (unknown), Ernestine Schumann-Heink
May 1976 Frida
Covered by (2 artists)
1970 The Beatles
1971 T. Rex, Redbone, The Sweet
1970 Tuskegee Institute Singers
1974 Jerry Lee Lewis and His Pumping Piano
1971 Elton John
1971 T. Rex
1971 Danyel Gerard, Neil Diamond, Francis Lai & His Orchestra, (unknown)
1970 Jane Froman with Chorus and Orchestra Conducted by Sid Feller
1970 The Weavers
1974 Elvis Presley, Creedence Clearwater Revival
1971 Ringo Starr
1973 Murray Head with The Trinidad Singers
1970 Harrod's Jubilee Singers
1975 Lori Lieberman
1975 The Doobie Brothers
1974 Little Richard and His Band, Little Richard, The Beatles
1971 Stephen Stills
1974 Little Richard and His Band, Sonny Dae and His Knights
1971 Blue Mink
1972 Arkansas Barefoot Boys, Jimmie Driftwood
Covered by (7 artists)
1970 (unknown)
1971 Delaney & Bonnie & Friends, Paul & Linda McCartney
1970 The Tuskegee Institute Singers
1971 Badfinger
1973 Walter B. Rogers
1973 Jules Bledsoe
1974 Albert Hammond
1971 Three Dog Night, John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band
1971 Anne Murray, José Feliciano
1971 Ashton, Gardner & Dyke, Georgie Fame and Alan Price, Led Zeppelin
1971 Ike and Tina Turner
1973 Elton John
1970 (unknown)
1974 Chuck Berry and His Combo, Chuck Berry
1971 Cleveland Simmons Group
1970 Neil Diamond
1970 Simon and Garfunkel
1971 Ben E. King, Tony Christie
1971 Judy Collins
1973 Doctor Hook and The Medicine Show
1970 Frankie Valli
1970 Bee Gees
1974 Little Richard and His Band, Chuck Berry, Bobby Day
August 30, 1971 Small Island Pride, Harry Belafonte
1970 (unknown)
1970 The Supremes
1970 The Righteous Brothers