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Original Pressings
catalog no: CD-244
This was Yma Sumac's first album after arriving in the United States in 1946. Before that, she recorded a number of sides in Argentina in 1943. 1950 United States
catalog no: DF-284
Broadway musical soundtrack recording, original 6-disk 78 rpm set.  Although it has been reissued on compact disc which is now out of print, this still remains one of the most sought-after of Yma Sumac's recordings in all formats. 1951 United States
catalog no: DDN-299
Original release of Yma Sumac's second album, recorded in 1952.  Liner notes are in yellow on the back of the box 1952 United States
catalog no: H-423
This is the first pressing of Yma Sumac's fourth album. 1953 United States
catalog no: H-564
This particular release was the first pressing of Yma Sumac's fifth album and both then when it was new, and now, it is one of her most popular albums. 1954 United States
catalog no: T-770
Fifth album, first album to have an original release in 12" LP format 1957 United States
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: EDE 073
Only release of live Yma Sumac performance. It is interesting to note some differences between pressings that are not readily noticeable without playing it. Those with the label shown here usually - but not always - include voice intros in Romanian for each song. Some also have visible track breaks . . . 1961 Romania
catalog no: XPS-608
This was Yma Sumac's seventh studio album and was her first venture on disk in rock and roll. Produced by Robert Covais, Jim Branciforti and Bob Kreppel (KBC International), this album had an accidental premature release in 1971 from an unfinished mix and was officially released in 1972. 1972 United States
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