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Review, Analysis and Recordings Containing
Clamor Stereo Monophonic Duophonic
I Won't Forget You  (Elisiaro Rueda Pinto - 2:54)
Recorded in 1959

Review and Analysis of Clamor by Nicholas E. Limansky
From Yma Sumac - The Art Behind the Legend
used with permission - all rights reserved, © Nicholas E. Limansky
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The songs on Fuego del Ande are South American or Peruvian in origin and all are legitimate: huaynos (the oldest form represented), tonderos, marineros and waltzes.  Too bad they are completely ruined by the arrangements.  Any simple beauty of composition is destroyed by inadequate arrangements, cheap instrumental effects provincial supporting forces, a busy use of an incongruous electric guitar and a commercialized, overly-slick, presentation.  Overdubbing is now a matter of course and used ad-nauseum.
Clamor  is included on the following releases
catalog no: ST-1169
Release from Venezuela of Yma Sumac's six album, recorded in 1959.  Though not dated, we believe this pressings dates back to the original release from 1959.  It is interesting to note that, though stereo masters were available, this release is in Duophonic, which was Capitol Records' simulated st . . . 1959 Venezuela
catalog no: T 1-1169
This Peruvian release of Yma Sumac's sixth album possibly dates back to 1959, though we are not sure.  We are sure that this was her most popular recording there since it features folk music familiar to many people throughout South America.  Interestingly, the liner notes are in English while Sou . . . 1959 Perú
catalog no: ST-1169
Sixth album, this stereophonic version had many tracks recorded separately from the monophonic versions. This was Yma Sumac's first stereo recording. 1959 United States
catalog no: T-1169
Sixth album, different recording session than stereo version on many tracks. 1959 United States
catalog no: T-1169
Only known release from Italy of Yma Sumac's six album, recorded in 1959. Though not dated, we believe this pressings dates back to the original release from 1959. 1959 Italy
catalog no: T-1169
This Brazilian pressing of Yma Sumac's last Hollywood recording was pressed by Odeon S.A. for Capitol Records and has a built-in vinyl sleeve protector on the jacket. 1959 Brazil
catalog no: CP80016
Only known release from Japan of Yma Sumac's sixth album, recorded in 1959.  Though not dated, we believe this pressings dates back to the late '60s. 1969 Japan
catalog no: T-1169
Reissue of sixth album 1985 France
catalog no: 23351
76 Hits and Rarities from the goddess of Exotica. More details and track for this September 2012 collection coming soon. 2012 United Kingdom
catalog no: ECA-148
Reissue of sixth album, this is the only cassette reissue of this album known.  Although there were stereo masters, this release is a stereo conversion from monophonic masters, which were recorded separately from the stereo versions.  Not labeled to be Duophonic as such but clearly not ste . . . 1985 Perú
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