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Bunny Sigler

The Opals (Bunny Sigler, James Sigler, Ritchie Rome And Jack Faith) Circa 1956 Doo-Wop Group.  

As A Unrecorded Solo Artist Bunny Sigler Used A Variety Of Stage Names During The Early Part Of His Career Such As O’sigler, Sligowitz And De Siglio. 

Bunny Sigler (Born Walter Sigler On 27-March-1941 In Philadelphia - Cousin Of Cindy Scott) 

V-Tone 500 - Family Dance / Hold On - 1959 (Backed By The Cruisers) 
H
i Lo 102 - Promise Me / Jazzy Little Mama - 1959 (Soon Dubbed “Mr Emotions” Bunny Sigler Was Not Just A Singer, He Also Played Guitar, Piano, Organ, Trombone And Bass)
Bee 1114 - Laddy Daddy / Square From Nowhere - 1959 (Same Label Number As A Release By Don Ellis & The Royal Dukes Entitled "Half Of Me")
 

Mr. Emotions Bunny Sigler

Craig 501 - Come On Home / I Won't Cry - 1961  

Bunny Sigler  

Bamboo 521 - Oh Wind / Gich-Chee Gich-Chee Gich-Chee Goo – 1962
Decca 31880 - Everything's Gonna Be Alright / For Cryin' Out Loud – 1965
Decca 31947 - Comparatively Speaking / Will You Love Me Tomorrow – 1966
Decca 32183 - Let Them Talk / Will You Love Me Tomorrow – 1967

Parkway 123 - Girl Don't Make Me Wait* / Always In The Wrong Place (At The Wrong Time) - 1966 *also recorded in 1968 by the U.K. group The Timebox on Deram 219. 

Parkway 153 - Let The Good Times Roll & Feel So Good / Theres No Love Left (In This Old Heart Of Mine) - 1967
Parkway 6000 -  A - Lovey Dovey   B - (You're So Fine) / Sunny Sunday - 1967 Parkway 6001 - Follow Your Heart / Can You Dig It – 1967
Neptune 14 - Where Do The Lonely Go / Great Big Liar – 1969

Bunny Sigler & Cindy Scott
 

Neptune 15 - We're Only Human / Sure Didn't Take Long (For The News To Get Around) – 1969
Neptune 24 - Conquer The World Together / We're Only Human – 1970

Bunny Sigler

Neptune 25 - Where Do The Lonely Go / Don't Stop Doing What You're Doing – 1970
Philadelphia International 3505 - Everybody Needs Good Lovin' (Part 1) / Everybody Needs Good Lovin' (Part 2) – 1971

Dee Dee Sharp & David "Bunny" Sigler

Philadelphia International 3512 - Conquer The World Together / We Got A Good Thing Goin' - 1971

Bunny Sigler

Philadelphia International 3519 - Heaven Knows I've Changed / Regina – 1972

Philadelphia International 3523 - Tossin' And Turnin' */ Picture Us** - 1972 *also recorded in 1961 by Bobby Lewis on Beltone 102. **also recorded in 1969 by The Cruisers on Gamble 4000.

Philadelphia International 3532 - Regina / Theme For "Five Fingers Of Death" – 1973
Philadelphia International 3536 - Heaven Knows I've Changed / That's How Long I'll Be Loving You – 1973
Philadelphia International 3545 - Love Train (Part One) / Love Train (Part Two) - 1974
Philadelphia International 3554 - Keep Smilin' / Somebody Free – 1975
Philadelphia International 3560 - Shake Your Booty / Your Love Is Good – 1975
Philadelphia International 3575 - Somebody Free / That's How Long I'll Be Loving You – 1975
Philadelphia International 3582 - Jingle Bells (Part 1) / Jingle Bells (Part 2) – 1975
Philadelphia International 3597 - Can't Believe That You Love Me / My Music – 1976
Philadelphia International 3608 - Somebody Loves You / Woman Woman – 1976

Barbara Mason & Bunny Sigler
Curtom Pro 689 - Love Song (Disco Mix) (6:14) / Locked In This Position (Disco Mix) (10:05) - 1977 (12" 33 1/3 Rpm Promo Issue Only)

Bunny Sigler

Gold Mind 4008 - Let Me Party With You (Party, Party, Party) (Part 1) / Let Me Party With You (Party, Party, Party) (Part 2) – 1977
Gold Mind 4010 - I Got What You Need / It's Time To Twist – 1977

Loleatta Holloway & Bunny Sigler

Gold Mind 4012 - Only You / Good Good Feeling – 1978

Bunny Sigler

Gold Mind 4014 - Don't Even Try (Give It Up) / I'm A Fool – 1978
Gold Mind 4018 - By The Way You Dance (I Knew It Was You) / Glad To Be Your Lover – 1978
Gold Mind 403 - By The Way You Dance (I Knew It Was You) (8:37) / ? - 1978 (12" Release)
Gold Mind 403 - By The Way You Dance (I Knew It Was You) (7:20) / By The Way You Dance (I Knew It Was You) (7:20) - 1979 (12" - 33 1/3 Rpm Release - Re-Mix By Bobby "Dj" Guttadaro)

Gold Mind 403 - By The Way You Dance (I Knew It Was You) (9:21) / By The Way You Dance (I Knew It Was You) (7:20) - 1979 (12" - 33 1/3 rpm release)
Gold Mind 403 - By The Way You Dance (I Knew It Was You) (7:23) / I'm Funkin' With You Tonight (With My Music) (5:30) - 1979 (12" release)
Gold Mind 4020 - Glad To Be Your Lover / I'm Funking You Tonight (With My Music) - 1979

Gold Mind Gg-501 - Glad To Be Your Lover (8:48) / I'm Funkin' You Tonight (With My Music (5:30) - 1979 (12" Release -  Mixed By: Bobby "Dj" Guttadaro)
Salsoul 2114 - How Can I Tell Her (It's Over) / Since The Day I First Saw You – 1980
Salsoul 2125 - Super Duper Superman / Kool Aid – 1980

Mr. B (Bunny Sigler)

Sugar Hill 92009 - Only In The Movies / Only In The Movies - 1982 (Promo Issue - Same Song Both Sides)

Mr. "B" (Bunny Sigler)

Jersey Connection Jc-32018 - Tight Fit (5:14) / (Instrumental) (5:24) - 1984 (12" release) co-produced by The Isley Brothers and Sylvia Robinson

Bunny Sigler (A.K.A. Bundino Sigalucci)  

Star Island Sir-00234 - (You've Got The) Right Stuff (Radio Version) (Long Version) (Instrumental) / Never Let Them See You Sweat (Radio Version) (Long Version) (Instrumental) - 1986 (12" release)
Star Island 1158 - What Would You Do Without Love / Juvenile – 1986

Trivia

Bunny was one of eight children to father Henry and mother Susie. He was apparently quickly given the nick-name “Bunny” after the Easter bunny, because he was born, either 2 days before Easter or one day after it, depending on which of the two stories is taken as correct. Said to have been born with one fully grown front tooth, making the name "Bunny" even more appropriate)