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Boney M - Original Album Classics (5CD Box Set) (2011)

Boney M - Original Album Classics (5CD Box Set) (2011)

Boney M - Original Album Classics (5CD Box Set) (2011)
Released Year: 2011 | Label: Legacy Recordings / Sony Music Entertainment | Catalog Box: 88697928702 | Size: 2.09 GB
Format: FLAC / Level 8 (img + *cue / *cue with ISRC + log, AccurateRip) | Covers: format PNG 600dpi, full scans

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5 Box Set CD - first 5 Boney M albums (1976-1981). This title includes 'Take The Heat Off Me', 'Love For Sale', 'Nightflight To Venus', 'Ocean Of Fantasy' and 'Boonoonoonoos'.
Boney M. is a Eurodisco group created by German record producer Frank Farian. Originally based in Germany, the four original members of the group's official line-up were Jamaicans Liz Mitchell and Marcia Barrett, Maizie Williams from Montserrat and Bobby Farrell from Aruba. The group was formed in 1975 and achieved popularity during the disco era of the late 1970s. German singer-songwriter Frank Farian (real name Franz Reuther) recorded the dance track "Baby Do You Wanna Bump" in December 1974. Farian sang the repeated line "Do you do you wanna bump?" in a deep voice (entirely studio created) as well as performing the high falsetto chorus. When the record was released as a single, it was credited to "Boney M.", a pseudonym Farian had created for himself after watching the Australian detective show Boney. After a slow start, the song became a hit in the Netherlands and Belgium. It was then that Farian decided to hire performers to 'front' the group for TV performances. The Katja Wolfe booking agency found model-turned-singer Maizie Williams (originally from Montserrat) and her Jamaican singer friend Sheyla Bonnick for him, along with a dancer known only as "Mike" for the first gigs. Also during 1975, a girl named Nathalie joined but was soon replaced by Claudja Barry. Then Bonnick and Mike left, and Maizie Williams brought in Bobby Farrell, an exotic male dancer from Aruba. Singer Marcia Barrett (also from Jamaica) joined the group, which then went through another change in line-up when Claudja Barry - tired of merely lip-synching - left in February 1976 to pursue a solo career as a disco singer. Finally Liz Mitchell, former member of the Les Humphries Singers, stepped in. The line-up was finalised with Liz Mitchell, Maizie Williams, Marcia Barrett, and Bobby Farrell.
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1976 Take The Heat Off Me
Boney M.'s first album, Take the Heat Off Me, was released in 1976. It contained tracks that Marcia Barrett had already recorded with Farian, including the title track and "Lovin' or Leavin'", both of which were previously recorded in German by another Farian act, Gilla. As Maizie Williams' voice wasn't considered suitable for recording purposes by Farian, and a try-out with Bobby Farrell performing "No Woman No Cry" didn't work, Farian decided to use only Liz Mitchell and Marcia Barrett along with his own studio-enhanced voice to create the Boney M. sound. Liz Mitchell claimed that only she and Farian had sung on the hit recordings, but that Farrell did, however, perform live in some of the various later touring incarnations of 'Boney M'. The album's commercial performance was initially lukewarm. However, the group rigorously toured discos, clubs and even country fairs to earn a reputation for themselves. The group's big break came when, at the end of summer 1976, German television producer Michael 'Mike' Leckebusch (of Radio Bremen) requested the group for his show Musikladen. Boney M. appeared on the live music show on September 18, 1976, after 10 pm and in their daring stage costumes, where they performed the song "Daddy Cool". Germany, with the album following the success of the single. Another single, "Sunny" (a cover of the 1966 Bobby Hebb song) gave the group their second no.1 hit. The group's popularity had also grown throughout Europe, with "Daddy Cool" reaching no.1 in Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, and Austria. Both singles were also Top 10 hits in the UK which would become one of their biggest markets.
01 Daddy Cool
02 Take The Heat Off Me
03 Sunny
04 Baby Do You Wanna Bump
05 No Woman No Cry
06 Fever
07 Got A Man On My Mind
08 Lovin' Or Leavin'
09 New York City
10 Perfect
1977 Love For Sale
In 1977, Boney M. released their second album, Love for Sale, which contained the hits "Ma Baker" and "Belfast". The group embarked on their first major concert tours with a live band of musicians called 'The Black Beautiful Circus' (given their name after Maizie Williams' first band, 'Black Beautiful People'). Though slow to start Love for Sale was certified Gold a year after its release in the UK. Both singles from the album reached no.1 in Germany and the UK Top 10. By this time, sales had also slowly increased for their first album which had peaked at no.40 in the UK but was now certified Silver.
01 Ma Baker
02 Love For Sale
03 Belfast
04 Have You Ever Seen The Rain
05 Gloria, Can You Waddle
06 Plantation Boy
07 Motherless Child
08 Silent Lover
09 A Woman Can Change A Man
10 Still I'm Sad
11 Ma Baker / Somebody Scream (Sash! Radio Edit)
12 Stories (Radio Mix)
1978 Nightflight To Venus
1978 was the group's biggest year. They released a new double A-sided single, "Rivers of Babylon / Brown Girl in the Ring", which became a massive hit all over Europe, reaching #1 in several countries as well as becoming one of the biggest selling singles of all time in the UK. It also became their most successful single in the United States, peaking at #30 on the U.S. pop singles chart. Following this came their biggest-selling album, Nightflight to Venus, which spawned another hit single, "Rasputin". Continuing with their success, they released "Mary's Boy Child/Oh My Lord", which was the 1978 Christmas number one single in the United Kingdom and became another of the biggest selling singles of all time there. Also during 1978, Boney M. made a much publicized promotional visit to the Soviet Union, one of the very few Western acts along with Elton John to do so, although tracks like "Rasputin" were not released in the Soviet Union due to their lyrics. While it had never been a secret that Bobby Farrell never was in the studio providing vocals for the studio recordings (Farian did the male vocals in the studio), in 1978 it became public knowledge that Maizie Williams did not sing on the studio recordings either "since her voice wasn't suited for this kind of music", as Farian stated in an interview with German teen magazine Bravo. Since this had become common practice within the disco genre of the late '70s, few people cared - unlike when Farian did the same thing with Milli Vanilli in the late 1980s. While only two of Boney M.'s official members actually contributed to the band's records, all four members of the group, including Maizie Williams and Bobby Farrell, performed the vocals live at Boney M. concerts. The band's live sound was also augmented by several backing vocalists, which served to enhance any vocal deficiencies the group may have had compared with the studio productions.
01 Nightflight To Venus
02 Rasputin
03 Painter Man
04 He Was A Steppenwolf
05 King Of The Road
06 Rivers Of Babylon
07 Voodoonight
08 Brown Girl In The Ring
09 Never Change Lovers In The Mid
10 Heart Of Gold
11 Mary's Boy Child / Oh My Lord
12 Dancing In The Streets
1979 Oceans Of Fantasy
1979 saw Boney M. release a brand new single, "Hooray! Hooray! It's a Holi-Holiday", which became another Top 10 hit across Europe. Later in the year they released their fourth album, Oceans of Fantasy, containing two hit singles "Gotta Go Home"/"El Lute" and "I'm Born Again"/"Bahama Mama". The album also included a "Lead" and "Backing Vocals" credit for the first time. Oceans of Fantasy reached no.1 in the UK and was certified Platinum, though their run of Top 10 singles had now ended with "Gotta Go Home" peaking at no.12 and "I'm Born Again" peaking at 35.
01 Let It All Be Music
02 Gotta Go Home
03 Bye Bye Bluebird
04 Bahama Mama
05 Hold On I'm Coming
06 Two Of Us
07 Ribbons of Blue
08 Oceans Of Fantasy
09 El Lute
10 No More Chain Gang
11 I'm Born Again
12 No Time To Lose
13 Calendar Song (January, February, March...)
14 I See A Boat On The River (7'' Version)
15 My Friend Jack
1981 Boonoonoonoos
Boonoonoonoos is the fifth studio album by Boney M. It was released on November 1, 1981. Despite producer Frank Farian having announced that Boney M. were to take a break, recording sessions for a new album began in the spring of 1980, and the title "Boonoonoonoos" (a Caribbean word for "Happiness") already appeared as one of the first completed tracks, a cover of Larry Dillon's ska-title "Train to Skaville" which was intertwined with new rap parts "That's Boonoonoonoos". Two of the new recordings, "I See A Boat On The River" and "My Friend Jack" were issued to promote The Magic of Boney M. - 20 Golden Hits in May 1980. Farian invited the singers Liz Mitchell and Marcia Barrett and his crew of musicians to Nice in the summer of 1980 where several new songs were recorded. A new double A-side single "Children Of Paradise" / "Gadda-Da-Vida" was released in September, announcing the as of yet untitled new album to be released in November '80. The single reached number 11 in Germany, but in the UK their popularity was now quickly slipping. When released in February 1981, the single peaked at a disappointing #66. In the meantime, Farian had decided to revise the whole album. While new pressings of "Children Of Paradise" now promoted "The Magic Of Boney M." on the back cover, the band instead issued another single in December, a cover version of "Felicidad (Margherita)" backed with "Strange". "Felicidad", originally recorded by Italian band Massara as "Margherita (Love In The Sun)" in 1979, managed to get Boney M. into the German Top 10 again (#6, 27 weeks) and it became a sizeable hit in most of Europe as well. The single, however, wasn't released by Atlantic Records UK, nor was it released in Spain or Portugal where Massara's original version had been a huge hit two years earlier. In the Netherlands, the single was released with "Strange" as the A-side. At the same time, singer Marcia Barrett issued the solo single "You" / "I'm Lonely", produced by John Edmed, and written by Kelvin James, The single was doing to well so Frank pulled it out of the shops, not wanting Marcia to leave Boney M. Kelvin James also wrote Breakaway for the album. New recording sessions took place in the spring of 1981. The band flew to Jamaica in May 1981 to record a TV special, perform live in concert with Rita Marley, shoot photos for the album cover, and one of the final songs "Silly Confusion" was recorded in Bob Marley's Tuff Gong studios in Kingston. Boonoonoonoos - originally intended to be released as a double-album - was subsequently trimmed to a one disc, thirteen track release. A limited edition double album was however issued in Germany, France and the UK, containing slightly longer versions of certain songs, but with the same number of tracks.
01 Boonoonoonoos
02 That's Boonoonoonoos / Train To Skaville / I Shall Sing
03 Silly Confusion
04 Ride To Agadir
05 Jimmy
06 African Moon
07 We Kill The World (Don't Kill The World)
08 Homeland Africa (Ship Ahoi)
09 Malaika
10 Consuela Biaz
11 Breakaway
12 Sad Movies
13 Goodbye My Friend
14 Felicidad (Margherita)
15 Strange

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