Additional information about this, Celi Bee vinyl art.
Celi Bee & The Buzzy Bunch – The Artist
Celi Bee is an American disco musician. Born in New York, of Puerto Rican Parents, she initially relocated back to Puerto Rico with her parents. There she met Pepe Luis Soto in Puerto Rico in the 1960s and they began making music together. In 1972, she won a festival called Festival De La Voz y La Cancion, with the song, “Yo Quiero Un Pincel. She was initially popular in Spain, and Puerto Rico where her single, “Half A Love”, became successful. In 1977 she signed a recording contract with TK Records, whilst Soto wrote a song called “Superman”, which coincided with the release of the film of the same name. The song became a hit on the dance scene. The Buzzy Bunch were her backing group, composed of only Soto and his studio musicians..
Superman – The Song
Superman is a 1977 novelty song written by Pepe Luis Soto and performed by Celi Bee and the Buzzy Bunch. Soto wrote the song which coincided with the release of the film of the same name. The single came from the album, Celi Bee and the Buzzy Bunch and was released on TK Records. The song became a disco hit.
Superman Emblem – The Shape
Modelled into the silhouette of the large S within a diamond which is the Superman emblem as seen on the comic book heros chest.
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