|Studio album by Novos Baianos|
|Genre||Rock and roll, bossa nova, MPB, samba, baião|
|Producer||Eustáquio Sena/João Araújo|
|Novos Baianos chronology|
Acabou Chorare (No More Crying in English) is the second album by the Brazilian musical group Novos Baianos. The album was released in 1972 by Som Livre, following the group's somewhat successful debut É Ferro na Boneca (1970). The group adopted the expressive guitar of Jimi Hendrix and the "brasilidade"[this quote needs a citation] of Assis Valente, and was heavily influenced by João Gilberto, who served as the group's mentor during the album's recording.
Its opening track, "Brasil Pandeiro", was suggested by Gilberto and is one of two sambas (along with "Recenseamento"), which Valente composed for the arrival of Carmen Miranda to the United States. The album title and its title track were inspired by Gilberto's Bossa nova style, and by a story told he told the group about his daughter. The song lays out the main idea of the album: to criticize the sadness and melancholy that were on display in contemporary Brazilian music, and to replace them with joyfulness and pleasure. Some of the album's most successful songs include "Preta Pretinha", "Besta É Tu" and "Tinindo Trincando".
40 years after its release, the album continues to be one of the most popular and influential of the Brazilian music in general. Later generations of Brazilian singers, especially women like Vanessa da Mata, Marisa Monte, CéU, Roberta Sá and Mariana Aydar, cite the album as one of the strongest inspirations. In 2007, in the "The 100 Greatest Albums of Brazilian Music" by Rolling Stone, Acabou Chorare came at the first position, being considered a masterpiece by the specialists, producers and journalists who were asked for their opinions.
Acabou Chorare includes some of the greatest hits of Novos Baianos. The title track, for example, was broadcast on Brazilian radio for 30 consecutive weeks. "Preta, Pretinha" is the most requested song by Novos Baianos fans and it was voted by the Brazilian edition of Rolling Stone as the 20th greatest Brazilian song. "Brasil Pandeiro" and "Mistério do Planeta" are also popular.
The album has influenced many Brazilian musicians and bands. The absence of a hierarchy within the group inspired many bands, such as Orquestra Imperial and Tribalistas, to take a similar approach. The focus on samba rhythm was the basis for the music of Vanessa da Mata and Roberta Sá. João Gilberto, who was a major influence in the making of the album, was himself influenced by it and its creators.
|Title ! Songwriters ! Length|
|1.||"Brasil Pandeiro"||Assis Valente||3:55|
|2.||"Preta, Pretinha"||Moraes Moreira, Luiz Galvão||6:37|
|3.||"Tinindo, Trincando"||Moraes Moreira, Luiz Galvão||3:24|
|4.||"Swing de Campo Grande"||Paulinho Boca de Cantor, Moraes Moreira, Luiz Galvão||3:09|
|5.||"Acabou Chorare"||Luiz Galvão, Moraes Moreira||4:13|
|6.||"Mistério do Planeta"||Moraes Moreira, Luiz Galvão||3:37|
|7.||"A Menina Dança"||Moraes Moreira, Luiz Galvão||3:52|
|8.||"Besta É Tu"||Moraes Moreira, Pepeu Gomes, Luiz Galvão||4:24|
|9.||"Um Bilhete para Didi"||Jorginho Gomes||2:52|
|10.||"Preta, Pretinha"||Moraes Moreira, Luiz Galvão||3:24|
The song "Um Bilhete para Didi" is performed by the backup band A Cor do Som.
- Moraes Moreira: vocals (in "Brasil Pandeiro", "Preta, Pretinha", "Acabou Chorare" and "Besta É Tu") and acoustic guitar
- Baby Consuelo: vocals (in "Brasil Pandeiro", "Tinindo, Trincando" and "A Menina Dança"), cabasa, triangle and maracas
- Paulinho Boca de Cantor: vocals (in "Brasil Pandeiro", "Swing de Campo Grande" and "Mistério do Planeta") and tambourine
- Pepeu Gomes: electric guitar, acoustic guitar and craviola
- Jorginho: cavaquinho
- Baixinho: bass drum
- Dadi: bass
- Bolacha: bongos
A Cor do Som:
- Pepeu Gomes: electric guitar
- Dadi: bass
- Jorginho: drums and bongos
- Baixinho: drums and bongos
- Preto, Marcus. "Os 100 maiores discos da música brasileira". Rolling Stones (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2009-12-13.
- Lauro, Marcos (2009). "As 100 Maiores Músicas Brasileiras - "Preta Pretinha"". Rolling Stone Brasil (in Portuguese). Spring. Retrieved 6 January 2014.
- "Acabou Chorare: Novos Baianos". Discos do Brasil (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2009-12-13.