With Silver Convention's Jupiter Records single "Save Me" becoming a huge international disco hit, producer Michael Kunze and arranger/songwriter/keyboardist Sylvester Levay began assembling songs for an album. Levay woke up one morning with a catchy riff in his head. He used to riff, completed writing the song with Stephan Lager, and titled it "Run Rabbit Run," a reference to the Volkswagen Rabbit. The day of the recording session for the song, Levay heard a song on the Armed Forces radio station titled "Run Rabbit." When he toldKunze about it, Kunze changed the title to "Fly Robin Fly." "Fly Robin Fly" became a huge worldwide disco hit and was picked up by Bob Reno for New York-based Midland International Records after meeting Jupiter's Ralph Siegel at MIDEM '75, an annual record business convention. "Fly Robin Fly" nested at number one R&B and stayed at number one pop for three weeks in the fall of 1975. It was included on the Save Me album which went gold, going to number one R&B, number ten pop, and yielded the radio-aired/disco cut "I Like It." "Fly Robin Fly"'s follow-up "Get Up and Boogie (That's Right)" also went gold, peaking at number five R&B and parking at number two pop for three weeks in the spring of 1976.