Alma is the second album released by Portuguese fado singer Carminho. It was released on 2 March 2012. The album features three classical fados, from the reportoires of Amália Rodrigues (Cabeça de Vento), Maria Amélia Proença (À Beira do Cais) and Fernanda Maria (As Pedras da Minha Rua), three originals, including Bom Dia, Amor, from a letter by Fernando Pessoa, and two versions of traditional fados, with new lyrics, including Folha, written by Carminho herself. The album includes two versions of songs of great names of the Brazilian Popular Music, Meu Namorado, by Chico Buarque, and Saudades do Brasil em Portugal, by Vinicius de Moraes.
The album was released to highly critical and commercial success, reaching Platinum status. The first single chosen was "As Pedras da Minha Rua", with an innovative video directed by Enrique Escamilla. The special edition included two more songs. The second single was "Bom Dia, Amor (Carta de Maria José)", with lyrics inspired by a letter of Fernando Pessoa.