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Review & Analysis
The listing below includes all known professionally recorded songs by Yma Sumac.  For album, concert and other reviews, please use the menu at the left. Be sure to check this area from time to time as reviews are added from the extensive Yma Sumac Archives.
Select Song title for a listing of recordings containing it and for an in-depth review and analysis.  Following is a complete list of all commercially recorded songs by Yma Sumac, along with the different variations of each. This list does not contain non-commercial recordings made of live performances through the years by audience members whether by special arrangement or otherwise, nor do we currently have a listing of these songs available. In most cases, the song title is shown as printed on the album cover rather than the English translation.
There are 164 songs currently listed
A la Huacachina
(1959 - 3:26)
Stereo Monophonic Duophonic
Enchanted Lake
Angel del Valle view lyrics
 
A Ti Solita Te Quiero
(1943 - 2:22)
Monophonic
I Want Only You from 1943 Argentina Session
trad. arr. Moisés Vivanco
Accla Taqui
(1950 - 2:43)
Monophonic Duophonic
Chant of the Chosen Maidens
Moisés Vivanco, Les Baxter
 
Afro-Jazz
(1975 - 3:00)
Stereo

instrumental - Marco Rizo - Cuba, with orchestra
Amor
(1943 - 3:09)
Monophonic
Love - from 1943 Argentina Session
trad. arr. Moisés Vivanco
 
Amor Indio
(1943 - 2:16)
Monophonic
Indian Love - from 1943 Argentina Session
Moisés Vivanco
Amor Indio
(1961 - 3:06)
Monophonic
Title means Indian Love but more closely related to the 1952 Legend of the Sun Virgin version known as  
Andina
(1943 - 3:15)
Monophonic
Instrumental by Moisés Vivanco with a Harp solo by Anky Wara.
(instrumental) Moisés Vivanco
Ataipura
(1961 - 3:24)
Monophonic
Also known as Ataipura or High Andes! - live version from show in Bucharest, Romania.  Note: playtime includes voice introduction.
Moisés Vivanco, Les Baxter
 
Ataypura!
(1950 - 2:58)
Monophonic Duophonic
High Andes!
Moisés Vivanco, Les Baxter
Aulléy
(1957 - 3:41)
Monophonic
Lullaby
Moisés Vivanco
 
Ay, Ay, Ay
(1975 - 3:56)
Stereo

Perez Freire - Chile, Marcos Rizo at the piano
Azure Sands
(1971 - 2:37)
Stereo

Les Baxter, Yma Sumac
 
Babalu
(1952 - 2:48)
Monophonic
This song was recorded on April 21st, 1952 and was released as a single in both the 78 rpm and 45 rpm formats.
Margarita Lecuona arr. Moisés Vivanco view lyrics
Batanga-Hailli
(1957 - 1:35)
Monophonic
Festival
Moisés Vivanco, Billy May
 
Birds
(1951 - 2:58)
Monophonic
From the Broadway musical Flahooley, was also known as Enchantment and is an early version of Chuncho that was first heard
Moisés Vivanco
Bo Mambo!
(1954 - 3:17)
Monophonic

Moisés Vivanco, Billy May
 
Broadway Concerto
(1975 - 7:38)
Stereo
Third Movement Jam Session.
instrumental - Cuba, Marco Rizo
Carnaval Indio
(1943 - 2:27)
Monophonic
Indian Carnival from 1943 Argentina Session (also known as Carnaval).
trad. arr. Moisés Vivanco
 
Carnavalito Boliviano
(1954 - 2:05)
Monophonic
Bolivian Carnaval
Ccori Canastitay
(1952 - 2:17)
Monophonic
Called "Hori Canastitai" on the disks from Romania that were recorded live in 1961.
trad. arr. Moisés Vivanco
 
Cha Cha Gitano
(1954 - 3:48)
Monophonic

Moisés Vivanco, Billy May
Chicken Talk
(1954 - 3:03)
Monophonic
Chicken Talk
Moisés Vivanco, Billy May
 
Chicken Talk (alternate version)
(1954 - 2:34)
Monophonic
Alternate version which, until recently, had been unreleased. - Previously Unreleased
Moisés Vivanco, Billy May
Chicken Talk (instrumental, take 3)
(1954 - 2:36)
Monophonic
Test version of the Billy May band only, recorded during the Mambo! sessions. - Previously Unreleased
Moisés Vivanco, Billy May
 
Choladas
(1950 - 2:34)
Monophonic Duophonic
Dance of the Moon Festival.
Moisés Vivanco, Les Baxter
Cholitas Puneñas
(1943 - 2:17)
Monophonic
Wayno Aymara from 1943 Argentina Session
trad. arr. Moisés Vivanco
 
Cholo Traicionero
(1943 - 2:52)
Monophonic
From 1943 Argentina Session
Moisés Vivanco
Chuncho
(1953 - 3:36)
Monophonic Duophonic
Based on Birds from the Broadway musical Flahooley.
Moisés Vivanco
 
Chuncho
(1961 - 6:51)
Monophonic
Based on Birds from the Broadway musical Flahooley, this version was recorded live in Bucharest, Romania.  Note: playtime inclu
Moisés Vivanco
Claire de Lune
(1975 - 5:03)
Stereo

Claude Debussy - France, Marcos Rizo at the piano
 
Clamor
(1959 - 2:54)
Stereo Monophonic Duophonic
I Won't Forget You
Elisiaro Rueda Pinto
Clavelitos
(1975 - 2:27)
Stereo

Traditional - Spain, with orchestra
 
Cueca Chilena
(1961 - 3:27)
Monophonic
Rare recording of the original Inca Taki Trio features Yma Sumac singing soprano, Cholita Rivero singing contralto with view lyrics
Cumbe-Maita
(1953 - 3:04)
Monophonic Duophonic
Translated as Calls of the Andes.
Hernán Braña, Moisés Vivanco
 
Dale que Dale
(1959 - 3:10)
Stereo Monophonic Duophonic
The Workers Song.
Moisés Vivanco
El Condor Pasa
(1971 - 4:54)
Stereo
Sung vocalese style.
D.A Robles, J. Milchberg
 
El Condor Pasa (instrumental)
(0 - 3:07)
Monophonic
Instumental found on some collections of early material but not related to any Yma Sumac sessions. The actual year of this particular recording is unk
D.A Robles, J. Milchberg
El Manisero
(1975 - 3:19)
Stereo

Moises Simons - Cuba, with orchestra
 
El Trinar de las Aves
(1975 - 2:51)
Stereo
Composition by Yma Sumac performed primarily during her '70s performances.
Yma Sumac - Peru, with orchestra
Fenesta Che Lucive
(1975 - 3:27)
Stereo

Traditional - Italy, Marcos Rizo at the piano
 
Filigrana
(1975 - 2:34)
Stereo
orchestra
instrumental - Hernán Braña - Cuba, with orchestra
Five Bottles Mambo
(1954 - 2:49)
Monophonic

Moisés Vivanco, Billy May
 
Flame Tree
(1971 - 2:46)
Stereo

Les Baxter, Yma Sumac
Flor de Canela
(1959 - 3:21)
Stereo Monophonic Duophonic
Cinnamon Flower
Chabuda Granada view lyrics
 
Fuego Sobre los Andes
(1961 - 7:45)
Monophonic
(Orchestra) - Fire Over the Andes from live performance in Bucharest, Romania (instrumental).  Note: playtime includes voice introductio - Previously Unreleased
Moisés Vivanco
Gallito Caliente
(1959 - 1:56)
Stereo Monophonic Duophonic
The Hot Rooster.
Heraclio Cuentas
 
Gallito Ciego
(1959 - 2:15)
Stereo Monophonic Duophonic
One-Eyed Rooster.
Edmundo Zaldirar
Goomba Boomba
(1954 - 4:12)
Monophonic
Recorded as part of the Mambo! recording session, was not released until the 12" LP reissue.
Billy May
 
Goomba Boomba
(1961 - 3:56)
Monophonic
Also known as Goomba Boomba Mambo.  Live version from Bucharest, Romania.  Note: playtime includes voice introduction.
Billy May
Gopher
(1954 - 2:14)
Monophonic
Also known as Gopher Mambo
Konrad Gozzo, Billy May
 
Gopher Mambo dance remix
(1999 - 5:21)
Monophonic
Modern dance remix, this is the longer of the two versions that were released.
Q-Burns Abstract Message Remix
Gopher Mambo dance remix
(1999 - 3:01)
Stereo
Modern dance remix, this is the shorter demo of the two versions that were released.
Q-Burns Abstract Message Remix
 
Hampi
(1957 - 3:06)
Monophonic
Medicine
Bill Hitchcock
High Andes
(1975 - 3:41)
Stereo

Moisés Vivanco - Peru, with orchestra
 
Hori Canastitai
(1961 - 2:41)
Monophonic
Also known as Ccori Canastitay from 1952 Legend of the Sun Virgin, this is the live version from Bucharest, Romania.  Note: pla
Huayno (alternate version, take 7)
(1954 - 2:56)
Monophonic
Take 7 - Previously Unreleased
trad. arr. Moisés Vivanco
 
Huayno (Instrumental, take 4)
(1954 - 3:02)
Monophonic
instrumental, take 4 - Previously Unreleased
trad. arr. Moisés Vivanco
Hymn to the Sun Virgin
(1949 - 3:38)
Monophonic
Take 1, probably 1949 demo of Taita Inti, Virgin of the Sun God. - Previously Unreleased
 
Hypnotique dance remix
(1999 - 7:07)
Stereo
Modern remix Martin Denny tune with uncredited Yma Sumac vocals added.
Martin Denny, Ãœberzone Remix
I Wonder
(1988 - 3:21)
Stereo
This song, which was Yma Sumac's last commercial recording (other than the new vocals added to a '50s Mambo! track for Mambo Confusion Pjotr Tschaikowsky
 
Inca Waltz
(1951 - 3:10)
Monophonic
Beautifully haunting melody - Previously Unreleased
trad. arr. Moisés Vivanco
Incacho
(1953 - 3:25)
Monophonic Duophonic
Royal Anthem
Moisés Vivanco
 
Indian Carnival
(1954 - 2:04)
Monophonic
Carnaval Indio
Moisés Vivanco
Jivaro
(1957 - 2:54)
Monophonic
War Cry - "This traditional war cry is used also, with varying accents and inflections, as a call to reunion to great ceremonies or a warning
Moisés Vivanco
 
Jungla
(1954 - 2:25)
Monophonic

Moisés Vivanco, Billy May
Junto a las Cascades
(1975 - 1:43)
Stereo

instrumental - Marco Rizo - Cuba, Marcos Rizo at the piano
 
K'arawi
(1953 - 3:15)
Monophonic Duophonic
Planting Song
Moisés Vivanco
Karibe Taki
(1952 - 2:49)
Monophonic
Caribbean Song, also called "Alma Tristesse"
Hernán Braña
 
Karibe Taki (alternate take)
(1952 - 2:49)
Monophonic
"Caribbean Song" - listed as a previously-unreleased track, comparisons show this version to be identical to other releases. - Previously Unreleased
Hernán Braña
Kon Tiki
(1952 - 3:02)
Monophonic
Also called, Supay Taki during her 1961 tour of the Soviet Union.
trad. arr. Moisés Vivanco
 
Kuyaway
(1952 - 2:25)
Monophonic
Inca Love Song
trad. arr. Moisés Vivanco
La Benita
(1943 - 2:45)
Monophonic
From 1943 Argentina Session
trad. arr. Moisés Vivanco
 
La Leyenda del Beso
(1975 - 4:14)
Stereo

J. Vert - Spain, with orchestra
La Molina
(1959 - 3:27)
Stereo Monophonic Duophonic
The Mill Song
Francisco Ballesteros view lyrics
 
La Molina
(1975 - 3:08)


Francisco Ballesteros - Peru, with orchestra
La Pampa y la Puna
(1959 - 3:08)
Stereo Monophonic Duophonic
The Plains and the Mountains
Ricardo Walter Stubbs, Carlos Walderrama view lyrics
 
La Pampa y la Puna
(1975 - 3:17)
Stereo

Carlos Valderrama - Peru, with orchestra
La Pampa y la Puna (encore)
(1975 - 3:32)
Stereo

Carlos Valderrama - Peru, with orchestra view lyrics
 
La Perla de Chira
(1959 - 3:43)
Stereo Monophonic Duophonic
The Pearl
Guillermo Riofrio Morales
La Sirena
(1943 - 2:59)
Monophonic
The Siren from 1943 Argentina Session.
trad. arr. Moisés Vivanco
 
Lament
(1952 - 3:15)
Monophonic
Full album version listed here, although a small portion was used in the 1957 film, Omar Khayyam.
Moisés Vivanco
Lament (short)
(1952 - 1:18)
Monophonic
From Legend of the Sun Virgin (1952), this single bar was used in the 1957 film Omar Khayyam, which featured Yma Sumac in a small ro
Moisés Vivanco
 
Let Me Hear You
(1971 - 2:27)
Stereo

Les Baxter, Yma Sumac
Llama Caravana
(1961 - 2:27)
Monophonic
(Orchestra) - From a live performance in Bucharest, Romania.  Note: playtime includes voice introduction.
trad. arr. Moisés Vivanco
 
Llora Corazon
(1959 - 2:59)
Stereo Monophonic Duophonic
Crying Heart
trad., arr. Luis Galves Roncero view lyrics
Llulla Mak'ta
(1953 - 2:25)
Monophonic Duophonic
Andean Don Juan
Moisés Vivanco
 
Look Around
(1971 - 2:18)
Stereo

Les Baxter, Yma Sumac
Magenta Mountain
(1971 - 3:03)
Stereo

Les Baxter, Yma Sumac
 
Malambo No. 1
(1954 - 2:53)
Monophonic

Moisés Vivanco, Billy May
Malambo No. 1 (early version)
(1954 - 2:59)
Monophonic
Early Version - Previously Unreleased
Moisés Vivanco, Billy May
 
Malambo No. 1 (Instrumental. take 4)
(1954 - 3:09)
Monophonic
Instrumental take 4 - Previously Unreleased
Moisés Vivanco, Billy May
Malaya!
(1953 - 3:25)
Monophonic Duophonic
My Destiny
Moisés Vivanco
 
Mamallay!
(1952 - 2:53)
Monophonic

Moisés Vivanco
Mambo Confusion Maxi Version
(1991 - 6:45)
Stereo
Remix of Chicken Talk from Mambo!.
Moisés Vivanco, Yma Sumac
 
Mambo Confusion Radio Version
(1991 - 4:03)
Stereo
Longer version of the remix of Chicken Talk from Mambo!.
Moisés Vivanco, Yma Sumac
Mambo Hip
(1991 - 6:48)
Stereo
Chicken Talk
Moisés Vivanco, Yma Sumac
 
Marinera
(1961 - 3:16)
Monophonic
Live performance from Bucharest, Romania.  Note: playtime includes voice introduction.
trad. arr. Moisés Vivanco
Mashiringa
(1943 - 2:51)
Monophonic
vocals: Rosita Vivanco from 1943 Argentina Session
(vocals by Rosita Vivanco) trad. arr. Moisés Vivanco
 
Medicine Man
(1971 - 3:05)
Stereo

Les Baxter, Yma Sumac
Melgar
(1943 - 3:06)
Monophonic
Vals from 1943 Argentina Session.
Benigno Ballón Farfán - arr. Moisés Vivanco view lyrics
 
Mi Palomita
(1959 - 3:16)
Monophonic
My Pigeon
trad. arr. Moisés & Carlos Vivanco view lyrics
Mi Vida Y La Tuya
(1943 - 2:38)
Monophonic
Conjuncto Folklorico Peruano directed by Lorenzo H. Sotomayor and performed by Los Chalanes. This was probably used as a filler on the B-side of one o
(vocals by Los Chalanes) Eduardo Márquez Talledo
 
Monos
(1950 - 2:37)
Monophonic Duophonic
Monkeys
trad., arr. Moisés Vivanco, Les Baxter
Montana
(1952 - 3:25)
Monophonic
Also known as Montana Mama.
Moisés Vivanco
 
Montana (instrumental, take 3)
(1952 - 3:45)
Monophonic
Also known as Montana Mama. (instrumental, take 3) - Previously Unreleased
Moisés Vivanco
Montana Mama
(1961 - 4:06)
Monophonic
Also known simply as Montana, from a live performance in Bucharest, Ro
Moisés Vivanco
 
Najala's Lament
(1951 - 3:25)
Monophonic
From Broadway musical Flahooley.  The original show programs have the song title (which was Yma Sumac's character in the show) as Naj
Moisés Vivanco, Sammy Fain
Najala's Song of Joy
(1951 - 1:17)
Monophonic
From Broadway musical Flahooley.
Moisés Vivanco
 
Negrito Filomino (alternate version)
(1949 - 2:11)
Monophonic
Early version features duet with Cholita Rivero as contralto - Previously Unreleased
author unknown
Nights of Moscow
(1975 - 3:06)
Stereo

V. Soloviev-Sedoi - Russia, with orchestra
 
Nina
(1957 - 2:14)
Monophonic
Fire Arrow Dance - "When the Spaniards invaded Peru, the Jivaro warriors fought them with terrifying fire arrows. Sitting on the ground, hold
Moisés Vivanco
No Es Vida
(1952 - 2:17)
Monophonic

Moisés Vivanco
 
Overture
(1943 - :04)
Stereo
Intro to Argentina Session using the needle touchdown from one of the actual 78 rpm disks.
needle touchdown
Pa, Donde Vas
(1975 - 1:21)
Stereo
This short song by Yma Sumac was often used as an encore in her shows of the period. This version was an encore of itself and was the better of the tw
Yma Sumac - Peru, with orchestra
 
Panarima
(1952 - 3:21)
Monophonic

Moisés Vivanco
Parade
(1971 - 3:12)
Stereo
Unusual duet with producer Robert Covais. - Previously Unreleased
Les Baxter, Yma Sumac
 
Pariwana
(1943 - 3:38)
Monophonic
Indian Song from 1943 Argentina Session.
trad. arr. Moisés Vivanco
Payande
(1943 - 3:12)
Monophonic
African slave's lament from 1943 Argentina Session.
trad. arr. Moisés Vivanco view lyrics
 
Picaflor
(1943 - 2:18)
Monophonic
The Hummingbird from 1943 Argentina Session.
music: Rosario Huirse Muñoz, lyrics: Carlos. arr. Moisés Vivanco view lyrics
Punchauniquipy
(1943 - 3:09)
Monophonic
Because the Quechua language has no written version, the name is phonetic and is also occasionally spelled as Punchaynikipi and possibly has
(instrumental) Baltazar Zegarra
 
Qué Lindos Ojos
(1943 - 2:18)
Monophonic
Beautiful Eyes from 1943 Argentina Session
trad. arr. Moisés Vivanco
Remember
(1971 - 4:08)
Stereo

Les Baxter, Yma Sumac
 
Ripui
(1953 - 2:58)
Monophonic Duophonic
Farewell
Moisés Vivanco
Sansa
(1957 - 2:48)
Monophonic
Victory Song  "In ancient times, the Incas, though highly civilized, were also a warring tribe and looked covetously toward the gold-ric
Moisés Vivanco
 
Sauma
(1957 - 3:41)
Monophonic
Magic - "Hypnosis, regarded as magic, has been used by the Jivaros for centuries as an integral part of their medical and spiritual life.
Moisés Vivanco
Savage Rock
(1971 - 3:27)
Stereo
Previously unreleased, recorded under the title of "Moses" - Previously Unreleased
Les Baxter, Yma Sumac
 
Savage Rock (alternate version)
(1971 - 3:24)
Stereo
Savage Rock was originally recorded as part of the 1971 Miracles sessions but was not used until the 1998 CD reissue
Señor
(1975 - 4:05)
Stereo

Yma Sumac - Peru, with orchestra
 
Sejollo
(1957 - 2:05)
Monophonic
Whip Dance - After the first few pressings, later releases with this song had the end chopped when the masters were apparently damaged.
Moisés Vivanco
Sejollo (cut)
(1957 - 1:52)
Monophonic
Whip Dance, Through the years, later pressings with this song had the end chopped when, apparently, the masters were damaged  This is th
Moisés Vivanco
 
Serenata India
(1961 - 2:22)
Monophonic
(Orchestra) - Indian Seranade, from live performance in Bucharest, Romania.  Note: playtime includes voice introduction.
Shou Condor
(1957 - 2:46)
Monophonic
Giant Condor - "The giant condors of the Andes stand several feet high, are majestic in flight, a soaring symbol to the earthbound people who
Moisés Vivanco
 
Sumac Sorateña
(1957 - 1:52)
Monophonic
Beautiful Jungle Girl
Moisés Vivanco
Sunrise, Sunset
(1975 - 4:04)
Stereo

Bock and Harnick - U.S.A., with orchestra
 
Supay Taki
(1961 - 3:27)
Monophonic
From a live recording in Bucharest, Romania.  Note: playtime includes voice introduction.
Suray Surita
(1952 - 3:15)
Monophonic

Moisés Vivanco
 
Taita Inty
(1950 - 2:57)
Monophonic Duophonic
Virgin of the Sun God or Hymn to the Sun  "This traditional Incan hymn dates back to 1,000 B.C. and is the musical keystone to
Moisés Vivanco, Les Baxter
Taita Inty
(1961 - 5:55)
Monophonic
Virgin of the Sun God or Hymn to the Sun, from a live performance in Bucharest, Romania.  Note: playtime includes voice introdu
Moisés Vivanco, Les Baxter
 
Take My Heart
(1957 - 1:20)
Monophonic
Part of the original score from the film Omar Khayyam finds Yma Sumac singing in English.
Mack David, Victor Young
Taki Rari
(1954 - 1:47)
Monophonic

Hernán Braña, Billy May
 
Te Quiero
(1943 - 3:25)
Monophonic
From 1943 Argentina Session
trad. arr. Moisés Vivanco
The Loves of Omar Khayyam
(1957 - 2:22)
Monophonic
Sung in vocalese style, from the film Omar Khayyam.
Jay Livingston, Ray Evans
 
Tocatta
(1975 - 5:06)
Stereo

instrumental - Marco Rizo - Cuba, Marcos Rizo at the piano
Tree of Life
(1971 - 2:56)
Stereo

Les Baxter
 
Try to Remember
(1975 - 2:31)
Stereo

Jones and Schmidt - U.S.A, Marcos Rizo at the piano
Tumpa!
(1950 - 3:16)
Monophonic Duophonic
Earthquake!
Moisés Vivanco, Les Baxter
 
Un Amor
(1943 - 1:41)
Monophonic
One Love from 1943 Argentina session.
trad. arr. Moisés Vivanco
Un Picaflor la Desangro
(1943 - 2:40)
Monophonic
The title means, A Hummingbird took all her blood and the lyrics say, in part, beautiful flower, what hummingbird has bitten you?  N
(vocals by Rosita Vivanco) arr: Moisés Vivanco
 
Virgenes del Sol
(1943 - 3:21)
Monophonic
Virgins of the Sun from 1943 Argentina session.
trad. arr. Jorge Bravo de Rueda, Moisés Vivanco
Virgenes del Sol
(1959 - 2:51)
Stereo Monophonic Duophonic
Virgins of the Sun, which Yma Sumac first recorded on a 78 rpm acetate disk in 1943 for the Odeon label in Argentina. This version was record
trad. arr. Jorge Bravo de Rueda, Moisés Vivanco
 
Wak'ai
(1953 - 2:28)
Monophonic Duophonic
Cry
Moisés Vivanco
Wambra
(1961 - 3:15)
Monophonic
Instrumental, based on themes from Equador, also known as Wari Wari.  Note: playtime includes voice introduction.
Moisés Vivanco
 
Wanka
(1957 - 3:10)
Monophonic
The Seven Winds
Moisés Vivanco
Waraka Tusuy
(1943 - 3:19)
Monophonic
Indian dance from Cuzco.
trad. arr. Moisés Vivanco
 
Wayra
(1950 - 2:56)
Monophonic Duophonic
Dance of the Winds
Moisés Vivanco, Les Baxter
Wifalitay
(1943 - 3:33)
Monophonic
A track not heard since the original 78 releases of 1943, Wifalitay features a
Moisés Vivanco
 
Wimoweh
(1952 - 2:40)
Monophonic
This song was recorded on April 21st, 1952 and was released as a single in both the 78 rpm and 45 rpm formats. It was not heard again until it was rel
trad. arr. Paul Campbell
Witallia!
(1952 - 2:23)
Monophonic
Fire in the Andes
Moisés Vivanco
 
Xtabay
(1950 - 3:16)
Monophonic Duophonic
Lure of the Unknown Love
Les Baxter, John Rose
Xtabay (boy and girl version)
(1950 - 3:21)
Monophonic
Lure of the Unknown Love, Boy and girl version - Previously Unreleased
Les Baxter
 
Yawar
(1957 - 2:30)
Monophonic
Blood Festival - "After a battle, the Jivaro chief would dip his fingers into the blood of the dead warriors and scatter it about him, a gest
Moisés Vivanco
Zana
(1952 - 1:59)
Monophonic
A previously-unreleased version called "Negrito Filomeno" appeared on the 2000 CD compilation called, The Ultimate Yma Sumac Collection.
Moisés Vivanco
 
Zebra
(1971 - 2:51)
Stereo

Les Baxter, Yma Sumac
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