miércoles, 11 de noviembre de 2009


"Sunny" is a cover version of Bobby Hebb's 1966 hit, recorded by German disco group Boney M., produced by Frank Farian and arranged by Stefan Klinkhammer in a disco arrangement. It was taken from their 1976 debut album Take the Heat Off Me, following their breakthrough single "Daddy Cool" and was another major hit single that topped the German charts. It has been remixed in 1988 and 1999 (it was a minor hit single early 2000) and was sampled by Boogie Pimps for their 2004 version. While Liz Mitchell sang the original lead vocals on Boney M.'s version, original member Maizie Williams recorded a solo version in 2006. Hebb himself released a disco version of the song in 1976, and had minor success on Billboard's R&B chart.

The single was backed by a non-album track "New York City", a reworked version of Farian artist Gilla's 1976 hit single "Tu es!" / "Why Don't You Do It" with an intro borrowed from the album track "Help Help", issued only in some territories instead of "Baby Do You Wanna Bump".

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