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Yma Sumac, Moises Vivanco - Inca Taqui Album

Yma Sumac, Moises Vivanco - Inca Taqui Album

  • Performer: Yma Sumac, Moises Vivanco
  • Genre: Latin / Folk
  • Title: Inca Taqui
  • Released: 1953
  • Style: Easy Listening, Folk, Mambo, Vocal
  • Label: Capitol Records
  • Catalog: L-423
  • Country: Spain
  • MP3 version size: 2285 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1120 mb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 485

Tracklist

1Mi Destino = Malaya!
2Los Habitantes Del Bosque = Chuncho
3La LLamada De Los Andes = Cumbe-Maita
4Himno Real = Incacho
5Don Juan De Los Andes = Llulla Mak'ta
6Canción Del Plantador = K'arawi
7Grito = Wak'al
8Despedida = Ripui

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
L-423, L423Yma Sumac, Moises Vivanco Yma Sumac, Moises Vivanco - Inca Taqui ‎(10", Album, Mono)Capitol Records, Capitol RecordsL-423, L423US1953
FBF-423Yma Sumac, Moises Vivanco Yma Sumac, Moises Vivanco - Inca Taqui ‎(2x7", EP, Mono)Capitol RecordsFBF-423Canada1953
FBF 423Yma Sumac, Moises Vivanco Yma Sumac, Moises Vivanco - Inca Taqui ‎(2x7", EP, Mono)Capitol RecordsFBF 423France1953
L 423Yma Sumac, Moises Vivanco Yma Sumac, Moises Vivanco - Inca Taqui ‎(10", Album, Mono)Capitol RecordsL 423Netherlands1953
FBF-423Yma Sumac, Moises Vivanco Yma Sumac, Moises Vivanco - Inca Taqui ‎(2x7", EP, Mono)Capitol RecordsFBF-423US1953

Credits

  • Backing BandMoises Vivanco And His Peruvians
  • Photography ByTom Kelly
  • VocalsYma Sumac
  • Written-ByMoises Vivanco

Companies

  • Manufactured By – Compañia Del Gramofono-Odeon, S.A.E.

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Album

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