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A Little Bit of Mambo

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Recorded  1998–1999
Artist  Lou Bega
Label  Lautstark
Length  43:04
Release date  19 July 1999
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Released  19 July 1999 (1999-07-19)
Producer  Frank Lio Goar B Donald Fact
A Little Bit of Mambo (1999)  Ladies and Gentlemen (2001)
Genres  Mambo, Pop music, Jazz, Hip hop music, Latin pop
Nominations  Echo Award for Best National Newcomer, Echo Award for Best National Rock/Pop Male Artist
Similar  Lou Bega albums, Hip hop music albums

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A Little Bit of Mambo is the debut album by Lou Bega released in 1999 (see 1999 in music). Propelled by the success of the single "Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit of...)", the album went platinum in over 10 countries.

Contents

Track listing

The Japanese edition has "Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit of...) (Light Mix)" as track 14, featuring Stephen Powell.

Credits

All music and lyrics by Lou Bega, Zippy Davids, Frank Lio and Donald Fact, except: Track 1 – Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit of...): music by Perez Prado, lyrics by Lou Bega and Zippy Davids; Track 4 – Can I Tico Tico You: music by Z. Abreu, lyrics by Lou Bega, Zippy Davids, Frank Lio and Donald Fact.

  • Vocals: Lou Bega (main performer)
  • Producer: Goar B, Frank Lio, Donald Fact
  • Guitar: Goar B, Matthias Borst
  • Piano: Donald Fact, Frank Lio, Mickey O'Connell
  • Electronic keyboard: Donald Fact, Frank Lio
  • Brass: Claus Reichstaller, Axel Kuhn, Hans Bettinger, Felice Civitareale, Black II Black
  • Organ: Stefan Schrupp
  • Harmonica: Christofer Kochs
  • Harp: Christofer Kochs, Erik Uher
  • Percussion: Zippy Davids
  • Background vocals: Zippy Davids
  • Audio mastering: Leon Zervos
  • Speaking: Lisa Cash, Kai Taschner
  • Cover art: Ronald Reinsberg, Stefano Boragno, Gabo, Angelika M. Zwerenz, Lou Bega
  • Styling: Angelika M. Zwerenz, Munich
  • Songs

    1Mambo No 5 (A Little Bit Of…)3:40
    2Baby Keep Smiling3:11
    3Lou's café0:58

    References

    A Little Bit of Mambo Wikipedia


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