Payment Options: Money Order, Cashier's Check, Cash On delivery, Personal Check,
Novos Baianos " Acabou Chorare" (New Sealed Remastered Original from Brazil) "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 Brazilian touch 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 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.On September 2012, it was elected by the audience of Radio Eldorado FM, of Estadao.com e of Caderno C2+Música (both the latter belong to newspaper O Estado de S. Paulo) as the eight best Brazilian album ever, tied with Secos & Molhados, by the band of same name.