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Yma Sumac - Voice Of The Xtabay (Part 4) download mp3 album
Voice Of The Xtabay (Part 4)
Vocal, Folk, Easy Listening
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Matrix, Runout (Side A Label): PART 1 (1-244). Matrix, Runout (Side B Label): PART 2 (2-244). Matrix, Runout (Side C Label): PART 3 (2-244). Matrix, Runout (Side D Label): PART 4 (1-244).

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Complete your Yma Sumac collection. Xtabay is very melodic and has a bit of the operatic voice exercises Sumac is so well known for as well as the fun fantastic grunts, hard breaths, and siren calls that make for great lounge music. Reply Notify me Helpful. Marketplace 256 For Sale from €. 1.

And Other EXOTIC Delights. Yma Sumac, Vo. (Legend of the Sun Virgin, Mambo). 2017 17 Titles 1953 - 1954. Voices of the Xtabay & Inca Taqui. 2017 20 Titles - 1951 - 1953. Essentials of Yma Sumac. 2011 Original Album Plus Bonus Track.

Sumac's first and most popular release, and also one of her least hokey or pop-oriented. That's not to say it's without its mass-appeal elements, especially in the arrangements, conducted by Les Baxter. Originally issued as a 10-inch LP, the latest CD reissue combines the eight tracks with the eight others contained on another of her early albums, Inca Taqui.

Her first album, Voice of the Xtabay, launched a period of fame that included performances at the Hollywood Bowl and Carnegie Hall. In 1950 she made her first tour to Europe and Africa, and debuted at the Royal Albert Hall in London and the Royal Festival Hall before the Queen. She presented more than 80 concerts in London and 16 concerts in Paris. Flahooley closed quickly, but the recording continues as a cult classic, in part because it also marked the Broadway debut of Barbara Cook  . Cusihuaman 2001: pp. 47, 103. ^ "Argentina Session 1943".

Voice of the Xtabay is the first studio album by Peruvian soprano Yma Sumac. It was produced and composed by Les Baxter, along with Moisés Vivanco and John Rose. Sumac sings on the album, accompanied by ethnic percussion and musical variations influenced by the music of Peru. Sumac had a notable vocal range, of nearly five octaves.

Album · 1949 · 16 Songs. Ataypura (High Andes). 3. Accla Taqui (Chant of the Chosen Maidens). 4. Tumpa (Earthquake). 5. Choladas (Dance of the Moon Festival). 6. Wayra (Dance of the Winds).

Tracklist Hide Credits

Voice Of The Xtabay
A1 Yma Sumac Monos = Monkeys
Written-By – Moises Vivanco
A2 Yma Sumac Xtabay (Lure Of The Unknown Love)
Written-By – John Rose , Leslie Baxter*
Inca Taqui
B1 Yma Sumac And Moises Vivanco Malaya! (My Destiny)
Written-By – Moises Vivanco
B2 Yma Sumac And Moises Vivanco Ripui (Farewell)
Written-By – Moises Vivanco

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured For – Electric & Musical Industries Ltd.


  • Backing Band – Moises Vivanco And His Peruvians (tracks: B1, B2)
  • Conductor – Les Baxter (tracks: A1, A2), Moises Vivanco (tracks: B1, B2)
  • Voice – Yma Sumac



Matrix numbers only on side A runout.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: N.C.B.
  • Matrix / Runout (A-side label): F4-684
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side label): F5-684
  • Matrix / Runout (A-side runout stamped): CAP F4-684