"Baby Do You Wanna Bump" is a song recorded by German record producer Frank Farian under the name Boney M. and included on the 1976 album Take the Heat off Me. It was the first Boney M. single and a minor hit in the Netherlands and Belgium, which prompted Farian to create a proper group to promote his studio project. In the United Kingdom the single was released by label Creole Records, but went unnoticed.
"Baby Do You Wanna Bump" - a remake of Prince Buster's song Al Capone (song) from the 1960s - was written by Frank Farian under the pseudonym Zambi, with Farian himself doing the deep male lead vocal as well as the high falsetto backing vocals. When the song was included on the album Take The Heat Off Me Farian joined the A and B-sides of the original single (Parts I & II) and created an extended album version with overdubbed vocals by group members Liz Mitchell and Marcia Barrett.
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