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Big Crown Records is proud to present Dear Sunny… a compilation of Sunny & The Sunliners covers by Big Crown artists.

Bobby Oroza teamed up with Cold Diamond & Mink and made a smashing version of Should I Take You Home. The Shacks took on the anthemic Smile Now, Cry Later while Holy Hive covers If I Could See You Now. Paul & The Tall Trees bring a crooning vibe to Rain Makes Me Blue and Brainstory turned Runaway into a haunting ballad reminiscent of early Lee Hazelwood productions.

Some of these turn out to be covers of covers. Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band takes on the funk collector’s holy grail from Sunny, his cover of War’s Get Down while 79.5 take Sunny’s version of My Dream and change the vibe from a floating love song to theme music for the broken-hearted. Mr. Lee Fields does The One Who’s Hurting Is You, while the latest addition to the Big Crown Roster, Lizette and Quevin, do a rendition of the song that brought Sunny to Dick Clark’s American Bandstand in 1963 and catapulted him to fame; his cover of Little Willie John’s Talk To Me.

Tracklist
1. The Shacks - Smile Now, Cry Later
2. Bobby Oroza - Should I Take You Home
3. 79.5 - My Dream
4. Holy Hive - If I Could See You Now
5. Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band - Get Down
6. Liam Bailey - Give Me Time
7. Lee Fields & The Expressions - The One Who's Hurting Is You
8. Lizette & Quevin - Talk To Me
9. Paul & The Tall Trees - Rain Makes Me Blue
10. Brainstory - Runaway