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Due to technical limitations, "Mambo #5" directs here. For the song, see Mambo No. 5.
Not to be confused with the mamba snake.
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Mambo most often refers to:
Mambo may also refer to:
- Mambo (music)
- Mambo section, a section in arrangements of some types of Afro-Caribbean music, particularly danzón; the musical form of the same name developed from this section
- Mambo! (Yma Sumac album), a 1954 album by Yma Sumac
- Mambo (Azúcar Moreno album), a 1991 album by Spanish music duo Azúcar Moreno
- Mambo, award winning album by Jeff Maluleke
- Mambo, album by Remmy Ongala
- Mambo Sinuendo, Ry Cooder 2003
- Mambo Mania, Perez Prado's first full-length 12" LP
- Mambo Diablo, Grammy Award winning album by Tito Puente
- Mambo (1938 song) by Orestes Lopez
- "Mambo" from West Side Story, Leonard Bernstein, New York Philharmonic
- "Mambo!" (Helena Paparizou song), a 2005 single by Elena Paparizou
- "Mambo No. 5", a song originally recorded by Pérez Prado and, more recently, by Lou Bega
- "Mambo Italiano" (song), written by Bob Merrill, and originally recorded by Rosemary Clooney
Film and television
- Mambo (1954 film), an Italian American film
- Mambo Italiano (film), a Canadian, independent film released in 2003
- Mambo Duckman, a character from the television series Duckman
- Mambo (Vodou), a Haitian Vodou priestess
- Mambo (software), an open source content management system
- MAMbo, a nickname for the Bologna Museum of Modern Art in Bologna, Italy
- Mambo, a nickname for Sam Collet - The greatest Junior Fisherman of all time and destroyer of technical equipment at Bosworth Academy
- Mambo Graphics, the company behind the Australian surf clothing brand Mambo
- Tecma Mambo, a French hang glider design
- Mambo,a swahili word used in east africa especially Tanzania for saying "Hi"
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