Celi Bee & Buzzy Bunch 1977. Celi Bee & Buzzy Bunch (LP, Album). Celi Bee & Buzzy Bunch 1977.
Celi bee & danny echi. I m blessed to have lived disco in it’s prime and full lifetime. I experienced all the great original Discotheque’s in New York City. I also met or worked with 100’s of disco artists and groups. In this photo I’m with the biggest Latin Disco Diva : Miss CELI BEE. She was a (and still is) international Disco Queen. Today she’s a school teacher in Florida. I still listen to her music today.
Celi Bee. Smile, 04:00.
Short and sweet, this 1977 debut offering from Miami-based Celi Bee & the Buzzy Bunch (basically her backing musicians) doesn't offer anything particularly timeless among its six selections; rather, it serves a pleasant pate of disco trinkets, suave mid-tempo numbers, and one sullen ballad. Celi Bee has a naturally light tone, yet she is capable of sounding either cool - as evidenced by "Hurt Me, Hurt Me" - or fiery ("Smile"). The classic is, of course, "Superman," a s disco number later covered by Herbie Mann. Though the production.
Celi Bee was a Disco singer who was active from the mid 1970s to mid to late 1980s. While she had some popular hit songs in the . such as "Superman", "Fly Me On The Wings Of Love" and "Macho (A Real One)", Celi Bee was most popular in South America. She had particular success at the Venezulan Discotheques. Both her albums, "Fly Me On The Wings Of Love" and "Alternating Currents" were successful Disco releases.
|A1||Macho (A Real, Real One)|
|A4||Lost In Love|
|A5||You're The Best Thing|
|A6||Hold Your Horses|
|A7||Comin' Up Strong|
|B2||Can't Let You Go|
|B3||Hurt Me, Hurt Me|
- Manufactured By – CBS/Sony Hong Kong Ltd.
|26AP 1329 (TK)||Celi Bee||Celi Bee (LP, Comp)||CBS/Sony||26AP 1329 (TK)||Japan||1978|