Yma Sumac

Yma Sumac (September 13, 1922 November 1, 2008) was a noted Peruvian soprano. In the 1950s, she was one of the most famous proponents of exotica music and became an international success, based on the merits of 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.

Mambo!

Label: The Right Stuff | Released: 1996 | Length: 30'57"


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1 - Bo Mambo

3' 21"

$1.29

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2 - Taki Rari

1' 52"

$1.29

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3 - Gopher

2' 17"

$1.29

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4 - Chicken Talk

3' 04"

$1.29

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5 - Goomba Boomba

4' 12"

$1.29

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6 - Malambo No. 1

2' 56"

$1.29

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7 - Five Bottles Mambo

2' 48"

$1.29

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8 - Indian Carnival

2' 06"

$1.29

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9 - Cha Cha Gitano

3' 52"

$1.29

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10 - Jungla

2' 23"

$1.29

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11 - Carnavalito Boliviano

2' 06"

$1.29

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