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Interesting and seldom seen EP narrated by George Fenneman, features clips from various Capitol Records' artists. 1952 United States
catalog no: FB-284
High Fidelity demonstration disk with four popular Capitol Stars on side one and three classical recordings on side two. 1954 United States
catalog no: FAP 2-423
Volume 2, single EP, red label, not to be confused with the Double EP which contains two records comprising the entire album. 1953 United States
catalog no: FAP 1-423
Volume 1, single EP, green label 1953 United States
catalog no: EAP 3-770
Fifth album, EP reissue in three volumes 1957 United States
catalog no: EAP 1-770
Fifth album, EP reissue in three volumes 1957 United States
catalog no: EAP 2-770
Fifth album, EP reissue in three volumes 1957 United States
catalog no: EAP 1-770
Fifth album, EP reissue in three volumes 1957 United Kingdom
catalog no: EAP 2-770
Fifth album, EP reissue in three volumes 1957 United Kingdom
catalog no: EAP 3-770
Fifth album, EP reissue in three volumes 1957 United Kingdom
catalog no: FAP 1-299
Second album, later pressing, volume one of two - red label 1952 United States
catalog no: FAP 2-299
Second album, later pressing, volume two of two volume set 1952 United States
catalog no: FBF-299
Rather unusual Boxed Set EP with two disks, each having four tracks.  The Double EP was generally in a gatefold sleeve rather than a box so this release was apparently done defore the sleeves were made. 1952 United States
catalog no: EAP 1-564
Fourth album 1955 United States
catalog no: EAP 1-564
One of Yma Sumac's most popular albums, Mambo! was released many times over around the world. This French release is part 1 of a two part EP. 1955 France
catalog no: EAP 2-564
Fourth album 1955 United States
catalog no: EAP 2-564
One of Yma Sumac's most popular albums, Mambo! was released many times over around the world. This French release is part 2 of a two part EP. 1955 France
catalog no: EAP-1-564
Australian pressing with Optional Centers, which were molded as part of the disk in such a way as to be removable. They allowed the EP to be played on a turntable without the need of a spindle adapter but once broken out, the center could not be put back in again. 1955 Australia
catalog no: 81050
Reissue of earliest recordings from 1943, part 1 of two disk set 1952 United States
catalog no: 81051
Reissue of earliest recordings from 1943, part 2 of two disk set 1952 United States
catalog no: 81050
Reissue of earliest recordings from 1943, part 1 of two disk set. This pressing has ads on the back for other Coral releases and no liner notes. 1953 United States
catalog no: 81051
Reissue of earliest recordings from 1943, part 2 of two disk set. This pressing has ads on the back for other Coral releases and no liner notes. 1953 United States
catalog no: 81050
Reissue of earliest recordings from 1943, part 1 of two disk set. The original release was from 1952 but was reissued several times 1953 United States
catalog no: 81051
Reissue of earliest recordings from 1943, part 2 of two disk set. The original release was from 1952 but was reissued several times. 1953 United States
catalog no: EAP4-684
Part 4 of set from Norway has tracks from both Voice of the Xtabay (1950) and Inca Taqui (1953) so is actually a compilation rather than an original reissue. 1956 Norway
catalog no: EAP2-684
Part 2 of set from Norway has tracks from both Voice of the Xtabay (1950) and Inca Taqui (1953) so is actually a compilation rather than an original reissue. 1956 Norway
catalog no: EAP3-684
Part 3 of set from Norway has tracks from both Voice of the Xtabay (1950) and Inca Taqui (1953) so is actually a compilation rather than an original reissue. 1956 Norway
catalog no: EAP1-684
Part 1 of set from Norway has tracks from both Voice of the Xtabay (1950) and Inca Taqui (1953) so is actually a compilation rather than an original reissue. 1956 Norway
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