Les Humphries Singers


The Les Humphries Singers was a 1970s musical group formed in Hamburg, Germany in 1969 by the English born Les Humphries, who had been inspired to do his own version of the Edwin Hawkins Singers.
The Les Humphries Singers dissolved at the end of the 1970s, after Humphries had left due to tax liabilities to his English homeland, Alton, Hampshire.

The group consisted of a large number of singers of diverse ethnic origin, some of whom such as John Lawton also performed with other groups.
Another member was Jürgen Drews, who later started a long-running solo career, starting with his 1976 hit in Germany, "Ein Bett im Kornfeld", a cover version of "Let Your Love Flow" by the Bellamy Brothers.
Linda Thompson (born 21 September 1948 as Linda Übelherr), who had previously been a member of the Cornely Singers and Love Generation, was a member from 1973 to 1974, then joined Silver Convention and The Hornettes.
Additional members included Henner Hoier (born 19 April 1945), who was a member of The Rivets and of The Rattles, and Liz Mitchell, later front woman with Boney M.

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Members:Barbara Johnson, Barry St. John, Christina Werner, Christopher Yim, Claudia Schwarz, Dave Brian, Don Adams, Earl Jordan, Elvira Herbert, Emily Woods, En Davy, Henner Hoier, Inga Rumpf, Jimmy Bilsbury, John Lawton, John Selley, Judy Archer, Jürgen Drews, Les Humphries, Lil Walker
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