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🎸 Yma Sumac - Mambo! Album

🎸 Yma Sumac - Mambo! Album
  • Performer: Yma Sumac
  • Title: Mambo!
  • Genre: Jazz / Latin / Pop / Country
  • Cat #: H-564
  • Label: Capitol Records
  • Country: US
  • Date of release: 1954
  • Style: Mambo, Vocal, Folk, Easy Listening
  • FLAC size 1493 mb
  • MP3 size: 1861 mb
  • Record From Vinyl, LP, 10", Album, Mono

Tracklist

1Chicken Talk
Written-By – Moises Vivanco
3:03
2Jungla
Written-By – Billy May, Moises Vivanco
2:25
3Malambo No. 1
Written-By – Moises Vivanco
2:53
4Bo Mambo
Written-By – B. May, M. Vivanco
3:17
5Five Bottles Mambo
Written-By – Billy May, Moises Vivanco
2:49
6Indian Carnival
Written-By – Moises Vivanco
2:04
7Gopher
Written-By – Billy May, Conrad Gozzo
2:14
8Taki Rari
Written-By – Moises Vivanco
2:47

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
H-564Yma Sumac Mambo! ‎(10", Mono)Capitol RecordsH-564US1954
0777 7 80863 1 4Yma Sumac Mambo! ‎(LP, Album, Mono, RE)Capitol Records0777 7 80863 1 4Greece1987
L564Yma Sumac Mambo! ‎(10", Album)Capitol RecordsL564Germany1954
DOS724HYma Sumac Mambo! ‎(LP, Album, RE, 180)DOLDOS724HEurope2017
0777 780863 4 5Yma Sumac Mambo! ‎(Cass, Album, RE)Capitol Records0777 780863 4 5Greece1987

Credits

  • Composed ByMoises Vivanco
  • Conductor, Arranged ByBilly May
  • OrchestraRico Mambo Orchestra
  • VoiceYma Sumac

Notes

1st US pressing: 1954 10" EP Mambo! (8 Tracks only!)
Capitol Records 'Purple Label'. No Durations on Label mentioned. Made in U.S.A. Factories: Scranton, PA. - Los Angeles, Calif.

The following text appears on back of sleeve:
"The Mambo - as full of color as exotic it is - becomes infinitely more colorful and exotic when interpreted by the voice of Yma Sumac.

The incredible talent of this young woman is internationally renowned. From festivals in her native village of Ichochan, high in the Peruvian Andes, to concert stages in the world's most cosmopolitan centers, audiences have acclaimed her voice as it soars and plunges dramatically through its fabulous range.

In this album of mambos the stirring voice of Yma Sumac creates melodic patterns as colorful and varied as the selections she sings - selections written for her by the talented South American composer Moises Vivanco, and Billy May, who arranged and conducted the brilliant orchestral settings.

The mambo's excitement emerges from the amazingly infectious character of its beat - a rhythm so full of fascination that it has even been known to lure large groups of people from their daily responsibilities. And if the mambo beat alone is an exotic community hazard, there's no telling what its effect will be when heard as recorded here by Yma Sumac!"

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout stamped Side A): H1-564-D1 #2 [Anvil-type Symbol]
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout stamped Side B): H2-564-D1 #2 [Anvil-type Symbol]

Companies

  • Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
  • Pressed By – Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Scranton

Video

Album

Mambo is the fifth studio album by Peruvian soprano Yma Sumac. It was released in 1954 by Capitol Records. Most of the tracks were composed by her husband Moisés Vivanco. Here is another one of my favorites by Yma Sumac on here Mambo Album. Played on the 1963 RCA Sumac, The Rico Mambo Orchestre. Fuego del Ande. Yma Sumac. 2019 Remastered 2014. Untold Stories. 2013 Digital Bebut - Original Album 1960. Ultimate Collection 1955-1961. Album 1953 11 Songs. Mambo Yma Sumac. Ethnic World Vocal. Songs in album Yma Sumac - Mambo 1954. Bo Mambo. Yma Sumac - Taki Rari. Yma Sumac - Chicken Talk. Goomba Boomba. Yma Sumac - Malambo No. Yma Sumac - Five Bottles Mambo. Yma Sumac - Indian Carnival. Released 1954. Mambo Tracklist. Bo Mambo Lyrics. Gopher Lyrics. Listen online to Yma Sumac - Bo Mambo and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and artists. Забыли пароль Yma Sumac. Inca Taqui Mambo Bonus Track Version. Джаз 2016. K'arawi Planting Song. Cumbe-Maita Calls Of The Andes. Wak'ai Cry. Incacho Royal Anthem. Chuncho The Forest Creatures. Llulla Mak'ta Andean Don Juan. For the Azúcar Moreno album, see Mambo album. 1954 studio album by Yma SumacMamboStudio album by Yma SumacReleased1954RecordedAugust 1954&. 1954 studio album by Yma Sumac. Mambo Studio album by

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