Chicory Tip - Son of My Father

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From 1972 

"Son Of My Father" is a song popularised by Chicory Tip. Giorgio Moroder, the co-writer, also recorded it and had a minor hit.

Originally written by Giorgio Moroder and Pete Bellotte in Italian as Tu sei mio padre and recorded under the moniker Giorgio. A copy found its way to studio manager Roger Easterby who persuaded British band Chicory Tip to record it in English. The song produced by Easterby and Des Champ is notable as the first UK number one single to prominently feature a synthesizer, in this case a Moog synthesizer played by Chris Thomas. The song reached #1 on the UK singles chart for three weeks in February 1972. Moroder re-recorded his song in English shortly after, but it failed to chart in the UK, though it made the Top 50 in the United States.

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