Superman - Celi Bee & The Buzzy Bunch - 1977





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Published on Nov 2, 2007

She was born Celida Ines Camacho. Both her parents are from Puerto Rico. In 1972, Celines scored a hit with "Yo Quiero Un Pincel" which won her first place in the renown "Festival De La Voz y La Cancion."
Shortly after it's release, both her and Pepe moved to the U.K . Still recording under the name of Celines she released her first English album. The first single, "Half A Love," was a huge hit in Puerto Rico and it had marginal success in England and Ireland. By 1977 Pepe had already scored success with the emerging disco club scene via his Rice & Beans Orchestra. His affiliation and success with Henry Stone's T.K. Records allowed him the opportunity to "sell" his wife to the up and coming label.
Their first collaboration for Stone's empire of labels yielded six tracks in 1977. Of the six tracks on the simply-titled "Celi Bee & The Buzzy Bunch" album two made it to 12" single status. The first was "Superman," which was a cover version of a Herbie Mann disco hit, and the second was "One Love." Both songs and the all-disco album became immediate club favorites.
سلی بی خوانندهء پرتوریکایی در سال 72 میلادی به انگلیس مهاجرت کرد و در سال 77 میلادی معروف ترین آهنگش، «سوپرمن» را اجرا کرد.

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    • Various Artists
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    • Don't Stop The Music - A Disco Experience
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    • The Orchard Music (on behalf of Perpetual); ASCAP, Peermusic, Sony ATV Publishing, UBEM, UMPG Publishing, and 6 Music Rights Societies


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