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Yma Sumac - Mambo! album mp3

  • Performer: Yma Sumac
  • Genre: Jazz / Latin
  • Title: Mambo!
  • Style: Afro-Cuban Jazz, Easy Listening, Big Band, Mambo
  • Country: US
  • MP3 version size: 1937 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1843 mb
  • Other: MPC MP4 AA MMF VOX MOD AIFF
  • Rating: 4.1
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Description

Played on the 1963 RCA Console.

Mambo! is the fifth studio album by Peruvian soprano Yma Sumac. It was entirely composed by Moisés Vivanco.

Album · 1953 · 11 Songs.

Текст песни: I’m gonna pick up the pieces And build a lego house If things go wrong we can knock it down My three words have to meanings. Most of the tracks were composed by her husband Moisés Vivanco.

This album is an abridged version of an album previously issued under the same title. Also released as: 7" EP's (1954), 12" LP (1955) with additional session tracks added. Numerous reissues have since been released. 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

Mambo! (Yma Sumac album). Mambo! is the fifth studio album by Peruvian soprano Yma Sumac.

Yma Sumac chronology. Legend of the Jivaro.

Yma (characteristically) held nothing back, and the result was one of her more enjoyable LPs, with respectably swinging mambo grooves crafted by Billy May. "Five Bottles Mambo" is one of her most astonishing vocal workouts, dropping into guttural growls that are downright bestial, and making one wonder how exactly they got away with that in the conservative milieu of the 1950s. Yma Sumac (September 13, 1922 - November 1, 2008) was a noted Peruvian singer. In the 1950s, she was one of the most famous proponents of exotica music. She became an international success based on her extreme vocal range, which was said to be "well over four octaves" and was sometimes claimed to span even five octaves at her peak.

Tracklist

1 Bo Mambo
2 Taki Rari
3 Gopher
4 Chicken Talk
5 Goomba Boomba
6 Malambo No.1
7 Five Bottles Mambo
8 Indian Carnival
9 Cha Cha Gitano
10 Jungla
11 Carnavalito Boliviano

Companies, etc.

  • Made By – Minos-EMI
  • Manufactured By – Fabelsound

Credits

  • Composed By – Billy May (tracks: 1, 3, 5, 7, 10), Conrad Gozzo (tracks: 3), Hernan Brana* (tracks: 2), Moises Vivanco (tracks: 1, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11)
  • Conductor – Billy May
  • Orchestra – The Rico Mambo Orchestra*

Notes

The essential 2-page booklet seems to reproduce the French 1987 Pathé Marconi reissue.
Year of release not credited.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: DURECO [01] EMI/CAPITOL 0777-7-80863-2-1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
H-564 Yma Sumac Mambo! ‎(10", Mono) Capitol Records H-564 US 1954
0777 7 80863 1 4 Yma Sumac Mambo! ‎(LP, Album, Mono, RE) Capitol Records 0777 7 80863 1 4 Greece 1987
L564 Yma Sumac Mambo! ‎(10", Album) Capitol Records L564 Germany 1954
DOS724H Yma Sumac Mambo! ‎(LP, Album, RE, 180) DOL DOS724H Europe 2017
0777 780863 4 5 Yma Sumac Mambo! ‎(Cass, Album, RE) Capitol Records 0777 780863 4 5 Greece 1987

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Bo Mambo
Written-By – Billy May, Moises Vivanco
3:17
A2 Taki Rari
Written-By – Moises Vivanco
2:47
A3 Gopher
Written-By – Billy May, Conrad Gozzo
2:14
A4 Chicken Talk
Written-By – Moises Vivanco
3:03
A5 Goomba Boomba
Written-By – Billy May
4:12
B1 Malambo No.1
Written-By – Moises Vivanco
2:53
B2 Five Bottles Mambo
Written-By – Billy May, Moises Vivanco
2:49
B3 Indian Carnival
Written-By – Moises Vivanco
2:04
B4 Cha Cha Gitano
Written-By – Moises Vivanco
3:48
B5 Jungla
Written-By – Billy May, Moises Vivanco
2:25
B6 Carnavalito Boliviano
Written-By – Moises Vivanco
2:05

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.

Credits

  • Composed By – Conrad Gozzo (tracks: A3), Moises Vivanco (tracks: All, except A3, A5)
  • Conductor, Arranged By, Composed By – Billy May
  • Orchestra – Rico Mambo Orchestra*
  • Vocals – Yma Sumac

Notes

Capitol Records 'Rainbow Label', Made in U.S.A.

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!"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): T1-564
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): T2-564

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
H-564 Yma Sumac Mambo! ‎(10", Mono) Capitol Records H-564 US 1954
0777 7 80863 1 4 Yma Sumac Mambo! ‎(LP, Album, Mono, RE) Capitol Records 0777 7 80863 1 4 Greece 1987
L564 Yma Sumac Mambo! ‎(10", Album) Capitol Records L564 Germany 1954
DOS724H Yma Sumac Mambo! ‎(LP, Album, RE, 180) DOL DOS724H Europe 2017
0777 780863 4 5 Yma Sumac Mambo! ‎(Cass, Album, RE) Capitol Records 0777 780863 4 5 Greece 1987

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Released in early 90's.