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V2 Mambo Fever Ultra-Lounge [Compilation]

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6. Mambo Jambo (Que Rico El Mambo) - Dave Barbour
7. Cumana - The Twin Pianos Of Henri Rose & Bobby Stevenson
8. Taki Rari - Yma Sumac
9. Way Down Yonder In New Orleans Mambo - Van Alexander & His Orchestra
10. El Cumbanchero (Guaracha-Fast Rhumba) - Don Swan & His Orchestra
11. Oink, Oink Mambo - Chuy Reyes & His Orchestra
12. Diga Diga Doo - The John Buzon Trio
13. Hernado's Hideaway - Billy May's Rico Mambo Orchestra
14. Tico Tico (Samba) - Don Swan & His Orchestra
15. Glow Worm Cha-Cha-Cha - Jackie Davis
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Ultra Lounge ~ Vol. 2-Mambo Fever

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5.0 out of 5 stars Mambo your way to fun April 30 2004
Format:Audio CD
Imagine yourself on a wrap-around porch of some grand house basking in the warmth of a summer sunset. Maybe you are simply lounging on a beach with a cocktail in one hand and the hand of the one you love in the other. Perhaps you are in a tuxedo or flaming red cocktail dress and having a wonderfully dry martini (shaken, not stirred) before you get ready to head to the dance floor.
If any of those situations are real or just party of your dreams, this CD from Ultra-Lounge is for you. Rare is the day when you will find some neon decorated, pseudo-tropical paradise lounge or restaurant where drinks were served in coconut cups with little umbrellas. But you can hear the music from them. This CD has the Mambo interwoven in each and every song. You can literally see the band in their white jackets and the lavish costumes on the showgirls as they entertain you.
Yma Sumac drops in for a two song trip down memory lane. You can hear the passion and the fun in her voice. Mariah Carey eat your heart out. The organ tracks are quite amusing, and the Glow Worm Cha Cha will change your life. (Well, not really, but it shouldn't be missed.)
If you ever wanted to visit the famed Coconut Grove or be part of the action with Ricky Ricardo's Band, you need to order this CD. Even if you find that the music is just a throw-back to the days when people in limos were movie stars (and not two girls from Encino using daddy's credit card), it is still a hilarious and joyour romp threw yesteryear.
Fix a highball, add a slice of pineapple, play this CD, and enjoy life.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Cha-Cha Cavalcade Kramer would approve of! Dec 12 2002
Format:Audio CD
Between Capitol's fine "Ultra Lounge" series and RCA's wacky "History of Space Age Pop" series, I am a happy, swingin' cat these days!
The reason I chose this particular CD to write a review one is twofold. First off, it's just such fun to hear music that is all about a good time as opposed to angst. Secondly, the song "Manana (Is Soon Enough For Me) by Jackie Davis". I love the Hammond Organ as well as the TV show "Seinfeld". A few years back, there was an episode on where Kramer and Newman were making sausages in Jerry's apartment with this as their theme song. I don't know why, but I just found it all so hilarious. I then became obsessed with finding the song. After I had all but given up, I was record shopping one day and found a record called "Hammond Gone Cha-Cha" by Jackie Davis. I recognized the name and some of the songs from the Ultra Lounge "Organs in Orbit" CD. (I initially bought the CD hoping this song would be on it!) I figured for $5 it was worth a shot. I get it home and throw it on the turntable. The songs were great, but I the one I wanted wasn't on there...or so I thought. As the needle hit the groove on the last song, I was overcome. After 2 years, I had found it! Since then, I have kept an eye out for more copies of it, but, in 5 years, have yet to run across another copy. But it matter no more because it's here with a lot of other great music! May many more Kramer fans and music lovers alike enjoy these swingin', sausage grindin' tunes! Giddy Up!!!
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4.0 out of 5 stars The Name Says it All! May 6 2000
Format:Audio CD
This is a solid volume. A lot of fun, a little cheesy, and all-around danceable, it's perfect for when your friends are over and you're all feeling a little goofy. And it covers all the bases, too: Hammond organ (Jackie Davis and the John Buzon Trio), Lounge staples (Yma Sumac, Billy May, and Jack Costanzo), popular Hollywood tunes redone Latin-style ("Hooray for Hollywood," "Peter Gunn Mambo"), a Desi Arnaz tune ("El Cumbanchero"), and even some stuff that doesn't really fit ("Chihuahua," "Oink-Oink Mambo," "Way Down Yonder in New Orleans," and "Can-Can Overture").
Everything here is just plain fun. The drunken slurs of "Tico Tico Samba," the rip-roaring, fiery "Peter Gunn Mambo" (one of the best), the cute and appropriately cheesy "Glow Worm Cha-Cha-Cha," and the funny tinkling piano duet "Cumana" demonstrate this best. Then there's Billy May's vamping "Hernando's Hideaway" (the song is originally the classic tango tune, here hardly recognizable as a sort of cha-cha) and Yma Sumac's mind-blowing Latin jam, "Taki Rari," which must be heard to be believed.
This one's a keeper!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best of the Ultra-Lounge Series June 18 1998
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
The Ultra-Lounge series offers both great "party" albums and a good way to acquaint yourself with styles of music that you may not be familiar with. From swing, bossa nova, mambo and cha-cha to organ and saxaphone compilations, these CD's really set a mood and have become favorites at our parties. The "Mambo Fever" CD in particular has become a favorite, and countless friends have written down the title and added it to their own collections after hearing it at our house. Honestly, it's the first mambo album I have ever owned, but it opened my eyes to the fact that I genuinely enjoy this type of music (much to my surprise). If I had to summarize the CD in one word, I'd have to say: "Happy." The infectious rhythms and playful melodies keep my toes tapping from beginning to end.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Make Me a Chi-Chi and Prepare to Cha-Cha! Jan. 13 2002
Format:Audio CD
This is a masterpiece! A masterpiece of kistch, but a masterpiece all the same.
Truly, there is not one track on this CD that is bad although there are some highlites: "Chihuahua"..perfect for when you suddenly feel like you should start a congo line. "Oink-Oink Cha-Cha"..you'd think it would be bad with a title like that, but it ain't. Both songs by Yma Sumac are awe inspiring. You will wonder..how does she get that vocal range and more importantly, why?
I have saved the best for last though my jet-setting, supersonic friends and that is "Glow Worm Cha-Cha"...seriously, need I go further? I think the title says it all.
No greater CD exists for creating a swank party anywhere...even if it's only you.
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3.0 out of 5 stars weak esp. for this genre
Mambo is probably one of the best known genres of music to dance to. Sadly, this is lounge music mambo and not really the good stuff. Read more
Published on Dec 18 2010 by Brian Maitland
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome
It's sounds weird, but this CD is so corny that it's great! Not quite the elevator music that Bossa Novaville is, this is more up-tempo and has more singing - a different genre,... Read more
Published on March 3 2003 by Bavetta
3.0 out of 5 stars Mambo, ChaCha, Samba
Nice mix of Mambo, ChaCha, Samba. Good for general listening and casual dancing. As a technical Ballroom dancer, some of the music is not clean enough for competiton routines or... Read more
Published on May 16 2002 by Dexter
4.0 out of 5 stars A toe taping, body moving kind of thing . . . .
After purchasing Volume 1 in this series, "Mondo Exotica", I was expecting more of the same. Wrong! This CD will make your body move - if it doesn't, you must be dead! Read more
Published on May 12 2000 by "velour"
5.0 out of 5 stars LOTS OF FUN! CHIHUAHUA!
A friend turned me onto Ultra Lounge and this is by far the best. It just puts you in a really good mood. You can dance to it, use it as background music, anything. Read more
Published on March 9 2000
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Mambo Record
It's my first UltraLounge Record, and it's just great. If you want a great Mambo record buy this one !!!
Published on Aug. 19 1999
5.0 out of 5 stars Ricky Ricardo would be proud !!!!!
This is one of the strongest discs in the ultra lounge collection.(I have 7 of them, so far) Every track makes you want to sway and stamp your feet. Read more
Published on June 25 1999
5.0 out of 5 stars MAMBO!....This will really get you moving
MAMBO FEVER is one of my favorites in the ULTRA-LOUNGE series. Most of these tunes are hot, hot, hot. Read more
Published on Aug. 25 1998 by F. J. Weiner
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