Cory Daye  

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Cory Daye is an American vocalist, best-known for her work with the Dr. Buzzard's Original Savannah Band Daye also had some later chart success as a solo act, with the album, Cory & Me, and the singles "Pow Wow" and "Green Light."

The 1976 song "Sunshower" recorded with Daye, has been sampled by a number of contemporary artists, including A Tribe Called Quest, M.I.A., Ghostface Killah, De La Soul, and Doug E. Fresh. It was also remixed by Japanese recording artist, Fantastic Plastic Machine. The song was also featured in the film Boyz 'N The Hood.



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