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Manuel 6:56 Sun Sep 12
No Sir, I cannot boogie
MarĂ­a Mendiola, who sang the disco anthem Yes Sir, I Can Boogie, has died at the age of 69.

The singer, who was one half of the Spanish duo Baccara, died in Madrid surrounded by her family on Saturday morning.

"My dear Maria, a wonderful artist but above all my friend left us today," her bandmate Cristina Sevilla wrote on Instagram, announcing the news.

"I can only thank so much love for how I have received from you."

The duo were talent-spotted by a record label executive, who signed them to RCA Records in the UK, and gave them Yes Sir, I Can Boogie as their first single.

A breathy disco classic (which bore a noticeable similarity to Thelma Houston's Don't Leave Me This Way) it topped the charts in 10 European countries, including the UK.

It went on to sell more than 16 million copies - more than any girl group had ever achieved at the time.

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Swiss. 1:12 Sun Sep 12
Re: No Sir, I cannot boogie
Love Goldfrapp's version.


Sydney_Iron 7:05 Sun Sep 12
Re: No Sir, I cannot boogie
Bloody hell, i remember them as a kid, must have been close to my balls dropping as saw them on TOTP and thinking they where sexy as fuck!

Dead at 69 or during a 69?

RIP Maria.

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