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Album: Acabou Chorare
# Song Title   Time
1)    Brasil Pandeiro More Info...
2)    Preta Pretinha More Info...
3)    Tinido Trincando More Info...
4)    Swing De Campo Grande More Info...
5)    Acabou Chorar More Info...
6)    Misterio Do Planeta More Info...
7)    A Menina Danca More Info...
8)    Besta E Tu More Info...
9)    Um Bilhete P'ra Didi More Info...
10)    Preta Pretinha More Info...
 
Album: Acabou Chorare
# Song Title   Time
1)    Brasil Pandeiro More Info...
2)    Preta Pretinha More Info...
3)    Tinido Trincando More Info...
4)    Swing De Campo Grande More Info...
5)    Acabou Chorar More Info...
6)    Misterio Do Planeta More Info...
7)    A Menina Danca More Info...
8)    Besta E Tu More Info...
9)    Um Bilhete P'ra Didi More Info...
10)    Preta Pretinha More Info...
 
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  • Personnel: Baby Consuelo, Paulinho Boca De Cantor, Morais Morela, A Cor Do Som.
  • Os Novos Baianos was an important group in Brazilian music in the '60s and '70s -- from which came several successful solo artists: Moraes Moreira, Baby Do Brasil (then Baby Consuelo), Pepeu Gomes (a virtuoso in rock guitar and choro mandolin), and Paulinho Boca de Cantor. Other support musicians for their recordings included here had already constituted a band called A Cor Do Som, which also had some international success playing electric choro. This is their second album, released in 1972. The work displays a strong influence from Joao Gilberto, with whom they had been together in the preceding year (clearly felt in Moraes' "Acabou Chorare"). But it is not related to bossa nova in any way, consisting of explorations of the group's compositions in acoustic and electric settings, with freshness and originality. The album has some important songs, including "Brasil Pandeiro," a classic by Assis Valente rejected by Carmem Miranda that deals with the appreciation for Brazilian music by American people; "Preta Pretinha"; "Acabou Chorare"; and "Besta ? Tu." ~ Alvaro Neder
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