"Daddy Cool" is the song recorded by Eurodisco band Boney M. and included on their debut album "Take The Heat Off Me". It was a 1976 hit and a staple in disco music and Boney M.'s first UK hit. It reached #6 in the UK charts and #65 in the United States Billboard Hot 100. The single also topped the German charts. It was the second Boney M. single, released in May 1976 without making any major impact at first. It wasn't until a spectacular performance on the Musikladen TV show in September that the single became a hit, topping most European charts, reaching #6 in the UK and even charting in the US.
Produced by Frank Farian
Frank Farian ( real-name: Franz Reuther ) is from Germany and was a top-producer ( and singer ) of Euro-Disco during the 1970s. In the early years he created several songs with a "black" sound , as he was unsure to promote these songs properly he recruited Bobby Farrell, Marcia Barrett and Liz Mitchell to form the disco band: "Boney M.". This proved to be a great success formula for Farian as well as "Boney M."
|Tracks side 1:||Daddy Cool|
|Tracks side 2:||No Women No Cry|
|Hansa International 16 959 At|
|7" Single, PS Photo Sleeve|
Year & Country:
|1976 Made in Germany|
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