Bazuka was a short-lived instrumental R&B group founded by record producer Tony Camillo (August 11, 1928 - August 29, 2018) that became famous during the mid 1970s. They are best known for "Dynomite-Part I" (1975), a catchy, feel-good song most likely inspired by Jimmie ("J.J.") Walker's funny catchphrase on CBS TV's "Good Times." This disco smash, which reached #10 on the Billboard Hot 100, was followed by one more hit on the R&B charts with "Love Explosion" (1975) before Bazuka finally disbanded.
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Bazuka Featuring Tony Camillo
- Dynomite-Part I 1975
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