Mambo! (Yma Sumac album)

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Mambo!
Mambo-Yma-Sumac.jpg
Studio album by Yma Sumac
Released 1954
Recorded August 1954[1]
Genre Exotica, world, mambo
Length 30:37
Label Capitol
Yma Sumac chronology
Inca Taqui
(1953)Inca Taqui1953
Mambo!
(1954)
Legend of the Jivaro
(1957)Legend of the Jivaro1957
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Review scores
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Allmusic 4.5/5 stars Link

Mambo! is the fifth studio album by Peruvian soprano Yma Sumac. It was released on 1954 by Capitol Records. Most of the tracks were composed by her husband Moisés Vivanco.[2]

Track listing[edit]

Standard edition
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Bo Mambo" Billy May, Moisés Vivanco 3:17
2. "Taki Rari" Vivanco 1:47
3. "Gopher" Vivanco 2:14
4. "Chicken Talk" Vivanco 3:03
5. "Goomba Boomba" May 4:12
6. "Malambo No. 1" Vivanco 2:53
7. "Five Bottles of Mambo" May, Vivanco 2:49
8. "Indian Carnival" Vivanco 2:04
9. "Cha Cha Gitano" Vivanco 3:48
10. "Jungla" May 2:25
11. "Carnavalito Boliviano" Vivanco 2:05

The original 10" edition had eight tracks.[3] Goomba Boomba, Cha Cha Gitano and Carnavalito Boliviano were added for the 1955 lp edition.[4]

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