Urubamba

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Urubamba
Used - LP - BSK 3553
Hard To Find 1981 Original. Produced By Paul Simon. Appears Unplayed. more
Urubamba
Used - LP - BSK 3553
1981 Test Pressing With Cue Sheet. Produced By Paul Simon. Appears Unplayed. Comes In A Plain White Jacket. more
Urubamba
New - LP - KC 32896
Sealed 1974 Original With Custom Paul Simon Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. “You've Heard This Wonderful Instrumental South American Group If You've Heard "El Condor Pasa" By Simon & Garfunkel Or "Duncan" By Paul Simon. Known As Los Incas When Simon First Encountered Them In 1965 While Appearing On The Same Bill In Paris, The Renamed Quartet Produced An Appealing Debut. "Kacharpari" Was Recorded During Simon's Live Rhymin' Tour In 1973. Using Traditional Andean Instruments That Can Sound Otherworldly To North American Ears, Urubamba Covers A Wide Emotional Range, Following The Eerie "Death In Santa Cruz" With The Joyous "Good News Pan Pipes." The Group Is Named For The River That Winds At The Foot Of Machu Picchu, The Final Fortified City Of The Incas.” – Mark Allan, All Music Guide more
Urubamba
Used - LP - KC 32896
1974 Original. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “You've Heard This Wonderful Instrumental South American Group If You've Heard "El Condor Pasa" By Simon & Garfunkel Or "Duncan" By Paul Simon. Known As Los Incas When Simon First Encountered Them In 1965 While Appearing On The Same Bill In Paris, The Renamed Quartet Produced An Appealing Debut. "Kacharpari" Was Recorded During Simon's Live Rhymin' Tour In 1973. Using Traditional Andean Instruments That Can Sound Otherworldly To North American Ears, Urubamba Covers A Wide Emotional Range, Following The Eerie "Death In Santa Cruz" With The Joyous "Good News Pan Pipes." The Group Is Named For The River That Winds At The Foot Of Machu Picchu, The Final Fortified City Of The Incas.” – Mark Allan, All Music Guide more
Urubamba
Used - LP - KC 32896
1974 Promo, With Custom Hype Sticker Affixed Directly To Front Cover, Radio Timing Strip Affixed To Rear Cover. Produced By Paul Simon. LP Appears Glossy, Jacket Nice VG+. “You've Heard This Wonderful Instrumental South American Group If You've Heard "El Condor Pasa" By Simon & Garfunkel Or "Duncan" By Paul Simon. Known As Los Incas When Simon First Encountered Them In 1965 While Appearing On The Same Bill In Paris, The Renamed Quartet Produced An Appealing Debut. "Kacharpari" Was Recorded During Simon's Live Rhymin' Tour In 1973. Using Traditional Andean Instruments That Can Sound Otherworldly To North American Ears, Urubamba Covers A Wide Emotional Range, Following The Eerie "Death In Santa Cruz" With The Joyous "Good News Pan Pipes." The Group Is Named For The River That Winds At The Foot Of Machu Picchu, The Final Fortified City Of The Incas.” – Mark Allan, All Music Guide more

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