Novos Baianos
"Acabou Chorare"

Technical Information (1st Edition)

Artist: Novos Baianos
Title: "Acabou Chorare"
Recording Label: Som Livre
Company #: SSIG 6004
Made in: Brazil
Year: 1972
Sound Reproduction Format: STEREO
Pressing: 1st
Jacket Format: Gatefold - Booklet
Jacket Material: Laminated jacket
Media: Vinyl Records 12" LP
Playing Speed: 331/3 RPM
Number of tracks: 10 tracks
Observations: The jacket of this album is one 6 -page Booklet, with photos, notes and technical information.

Personnel & Credits

Special Guests: A Cor do Som (Instrumental Group).
Arrangements by: Moraes e Pepeu.
Musicians: Moraes Moreira, Galvão, Baby Consuelo, Paulinho Boca de Cantor, Pepeu Gomes, Jorginho Gomes, Dadi and Baixinho.

Songs written by: Assis Valente, Moraes Moreira, Galvão and Paulinho.
Mouthing of the album by: Joel Cocchiararo
Art Cover by: Antônio Luiz (Lula).
Photos by: Antônio Luiz (Lula).

Tracking List

Side A

1. BRASIL PANDEIRO
2. PRETA PRETINHA
3. TININDO TRINCANDO
4. SWING DE CAMPO GRANDE
5. ACABOU CHORARE 

Side B

1. MISTÉRIO DO PLANETA
2. A MENINA DANÇA
3. BESTA É TU
4. UM BILHETE PRA DIDI
5. PRETA PRETINHA (Version #2)

More description and Photos

NOVOS BAIANOS - "ACABOU CHORARE" - With the Brazilian regional instrumental group "A Cor do Som", a "subsidiary" of Novos Baianos Group / Community.

 

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As a matter of fact, the Novos Baianos group were much much more than a musical group: They lived together in a hippie community, a farm ("O Cantinho do Vovô" = "The Grandpa's Corner") in Boca do Mato, Vargem Pequena, a semirural region, in Rio de Janeiro City. They performed crazies Super-8 movies directed by Galvão (the guru of the community), they had a soccer team ("Novos Baianos Futebol Clube") and many other freaky things!

Their Music was Life and Life was Music!!

All things worked totally free, conceptually speaking: they were greatly influenced by Tropicália movement, but they were a little more radical in their musical style. Their music and influences mixed Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil, Trio Elétrico, Gal Costa, Jacob do Bandolim, Jimi Hendrix, Waldir Azevedo, Cream, Beatles, João Gilberto, John Lennon, Assis Valente, roots of Regional Northeastern Music, Dorival Caymmi, which resulted in great and melodic counterpoints lines that remind us of Jimi Hendrix and Jacob do Bandolim.

Their music was also hardly influenced by the use of psychedelic drugs such as LSD, Mushroom Tea and Marijuana.​​

Technical Information - Reissue from 1984

Artist: Novos Baianos
Title: "Acabou Chorare"
Recording Label: Som Livre
Company #: 409.6065
Made in: Brazil
Date: Recorded on 1972 / Reissue from 1984
Sound Reproduction Format: STEREO
Pressing: 2nd - Reissue
Jacket Material: Laminated jacket
Media: Vinyl Records 12" LP
Playing Speed: 331/3 RPM
Number of tracks: 10 tracks
Observations: In this reissue by Som Livre on 1984, the jackei is NOT gatefold, DO NOT comes with a booklet, resulting in a simplified edition.

Photos of the Reissue from 1984

 

 

Technical Information - Argentina's edition

Artist: Novos Baianos
Title: "Brasil Pandeiro (Acabou Chorare)"
Recording Label: Trova
Company #: XT-80044
Made in: Argentina
Year: 1972
Sound Reproduction Format: STEREO
Pressing: 1st on Argentina
Jacket Material: Hardcover cardboard
Media: Vinyl Records 12" LP
Playing Speed: 331/3 RPM
Number of tracks: 10 tracks
Observations: this is the Argentina's edition by Trova.

Photos of the Argentina's edition

 

 

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