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  1. Kazitaur

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    Jul 02,  · Yma Sumac Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of UMSM); BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., UMPI, UMPG Publishing, CMRRA, EMI Music Publishing, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA - UBEM, LatinAutor.
  2. Kerisar

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    Dec 19,  · "Bo Mambo" has appeared in a commercial for Kahlua liquor, and was sampled for the song "Hands Up" by the Black Eyed Peas. Known for her astonishing 4 1/2 octave vocal range, Yma Sumac (AKA Ima or Imma Sumack) is from Ichocán, Peru, a town high in the Andes.
  3. Kajikus

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    Goomba Boomba - Billy May, Billy May's Rico Mambo Orchestra, Yma Sumac Product Description: This multi-octaved marvel was truly the Queen of Exotica, and here, on one imported 2-CD set, are the four albums that won her the crown!4/5(4).
  4. Tozuru

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    Die peruanische Exotica-Queen Yma Sumac war eine absolute Ausnahme-Sängerin, die jeder Musikfan mal gehört haben muss. In jungen Jahren soll Ihr Stimmumfang 6 Oktaven abgedeckt haben, und auch auf dem erstmalig veröffentlichten Album "Mambo" flirrt ihre Stimme vom tiefsten Alt in die höchsten Sopran-Höhen/5(48).
  5. Dousida

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    Capitol got on top of two '50s fads at once by issuing an album of Sumac tackling mambo. 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.
  6. Nikot

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    Find Billy May's Rico Mambo Orchestra song information on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Goomba Boomba feat. Billy May / Yma Sumac. Billy May. Five Bottles Mambo feat. Billy May / Yma Sumac. Billy May / Moisés Vivanco. Chicken Talk feat.
  7. Yozshulrajas

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    Apr 01,  · Yma Sumac nace con el nombre de Zoila Augusta Emperatriz Chávarri del Castillo, un 13 de Septiembre de , en Ichocán, Cajamarca, Perú. Su nombre proviene del quechua Ima Sumaq ("qué linda"), fue una soprano peruana de gran éxito internacional en los años cincuenta especialmente conocida por su inusual registro vocal, que llegó a abarcar cinco octavas.

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