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Yma Sumac ‎– Legend Of The Jivaro (1957, Capitol Records)

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Media VG+
Sleeve VG+

Format : LP
Cat N° : T 770
Style : Exotica, Latin Jazz, Vocal, Folk, Easy Listening

The 12 original compositions on Sumac’s first 12″ LP, released in 1957 on Capitol Records and written by her then-husband Moises Vivanco, were inspired by the Peruvian Jivaro tribe, who are said to provide the backing vocals on the album.

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A1 – Jivaro
A2 – Sejollo (Dance Du Fouet)
A3 – Yawar (Festival Du Sang)
A4 – Shou Condor (Le Condor Géant)
A5 – Sauma (Magie)
A6 – Nina (Danse De La Flêche Enflammée)
B1 – Sansa (Chant De Victoire)
B2 – Hampi (Médicine)
B3 – Sumac Sorateña (La Belle Jeune Fille De La Jungle)
B4 – Aullay (Berceuse)
B5 – Batanga-Hailli (Fête)
B6 – Wanka (Les Sept Vents)

Weight 0,23 kg