Monday, November 14, 2011

Different Language Versions of "Sunny"

Sunny Songs of the Day - Foreign Language Versions of Sunny

Monday 11-14-11

SUNNY in Japanese
Yoko Nagayama

Mieko Hirota
is this the first version of "Sunny" ever recorded in 1965?
Miko in New York

Richard Anthony / Argentina
Great production - like Dusty Springfield's

Luis Miguel

Version 2 Luis Miguel "Sunny"

Version 3 Luis Miguel Sunny

Viña del mar segunda noche 1990

Sunny in Italian by Nina

Another version of "Sunny" by Mina 2:53 into this medley


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Mina during her performance in the RAI's television programme Teatro 10 in 1972
Background information
Birth name Anna Maria Mazzini[1]
Also known as Baby Gate, Mina Mazzini
Born 25 March 1940 (1940-03-25) (age 71)
Busto Arsizio
Origin Cremona, Lombardy, Italy
Genres Pop, rhythm and blues, jazz, Latin music, Euro pop
Occupations Singer
Years active 1958–present
Labels Italdisc, Ri-Fi, PDU, EMI
Associated acts Adriano Celentano, Augusto Martelli, Bruno Canfora, Giorgio Gaber, Lucio Battisti

Anna Maria Quaini,[2][3] Grand Officer (née Mazzini; 25 March 1940), known as Mina, is an Italian pop singer. She was a staple of Italian television variety shows[4] and a dominant figure in Italian pop music from the mid-1960s to mid-1970s[5] known for her three-octave vocal range,[6] the agility of her soprano voice,[6] and her image as an emancipated woman.[7]

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