Sunny and the Sunglows (later known as Sunny and the Sunliners) we’re known as an American musical group, formed in 1959, in San Antonio, Texas.
The group’s members were all chicanos with the exception of Amos Johnson Jr., and their style was a blend of rhythm and blues, tejano, blues, and mariachi.They first recorded in 1962 for their own label, Sunglow. Okeh Records picked up their single “Golly Gee” for national distribution that year, and in 1963, Huey P Meaux, a producer from Louisiana and owner of Tear Drop Records, had them record a cover “Talk to Me” version of Little Willie John’s 1958 hit.
The single “Talk to Me”.(b/w “Every Week, Every Month, Every Year”), released on Tear Drop Records (#3014), went to #4 on the Adult Contemporary chart, #12 on the US Black Singles chart, and #11 on the Billboard Hot 100 in October 1963. The group followed this release with several further covers – “Rags to Riches” (Tony Bennett) b/w “Not Even Judgment Day”, “Out of Sight-Out of Mind” (The Five Keys) b/w “No One Else Will Do”, and “La Cacahuata” (The Peanuts) b/w “Happy Hippo”. wiki
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Yay 🤪Great tune 😀
I love it too… AOC in its entirety does.💕💕
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