Dr. Buzzard’s First Savannah Music group was probably one of the most unique musical ensembles from the disco period. They were shaped within the Bronx in 1974 by Stony Browder, Jr. (b. 1949), his sibling August Darnell (given birth to Thomas Browder, 1951), vocalist Cory Daye (b. 1952), Andy Hernandez (b. 1950), and Mickey Sevilla (b. 1953). The idea of the group was the re-creation of the ’30s dance music group, ? la Cab Calloway, with witty lyrics along with a disco defeat. All this was in proof on the debut recording, Dr. Buzzard’s First Savannah Music group, released in 1976. It created the dancefloor strike “Cherchez la Femme” and proceeded to go yellow metal. A follow-up recording, Dr. Buzzard’s First Savannah Band Matches Ruler Pennett, was much less successful. Following the release of the third album, Wayne Monroe HS Presents Dr. Buzzard’s First Savannah Band Would go to Washington, the group fragmented, with Darnell and Hernandez heading off to create Child Creole & the Coconuts. Browder reorganized and released a Dr. Buzzard’s Savannah Music group (shedding the “unique”) album entitled Phoning All Beatniks! in 1984.
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