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Crisco Disco #FlashbackFriday! – Celi Bee & The Buzzy Bunch “Superman” (1977) – Video

Celi Bee s a New York-born singer of Puerto Rican Parents. Born in New York, she initially relocated back to Puerto Rico with her parents.

There she met Pepe Luis Soto and in the 1960’s 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.

In 1977 she recorded a song called “Superman“, which coincided with the release of the film of the same name. The song became a hit, reaching #3 on the US Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play Singles chart and was played  in gay bars, discos, and backrooms EVERYWHERE.

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