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"Crickets Sing for Anamaria" was originally a track from Brazilian singer Astrud Gilberto's album Windy, and was produced by the Homali Brothers, a Brazilian Latin jazz pop production team. The song was a minor hit in South America, but it became even bigger when the track was re-worked by Brazilian bossa nova musician Marcos Valle in 1967, under the title "Os Grilos" (Portuguese for "The Crickets"), which was featured on his album Samba '68. The song is cited as a popular Latin jazz favourite to this day. Contents 1 Emma Bunton version 2 Track listings and formats 3 Charts 4 References // Emma Bunton version "Crickets Sing for Anamaria" British CD 1 cover Single by Emma from the album Free Me B-side "Eso Beso", "So Nice (Summer Samba)" Released 31 May 2004 (UK) Format CD single Recorded Sarm West Studios (London) Genre Pop, samba Length 2:46 Label Polydor Writer(s) Marcos Valle, Ray Gilbert Producer Mike Peden Emma singles chronology "I'll Be There" (2004) "Crickets Sing for Anamaria" (2004) "Downtown" (2006) British CD 2 cover Audio sample file info · help English pop singer Emma Bunton's recording of "Crickets Sing for Anamaria" became the fourth and final single from her second solo album Free Me, released in 2004. Despite its harder beat and grittier sound, the impact of Free Me was beginning to wear off; "Crickets" debuted and peaked at number fifteen on the UK Singles Chart, her second single not to reach the top ten (the first being "We're Not Gonna Sleep Tonight"). It sold 25,723 copies. However, the single did manage to hit the number-one spot on the UK Club Chart. The video for the song was directed by Harvey & Carolyn, who also worked with her on one of her previous videos, "Maybe". The track was also covered by English reggae-pop duo Louchie Lou & Michie One in 1996, taken from their second album Danger-Us. For the B-sides Bunton covered Paul Anka's "Eso Beso" and Marcos Valle's "So Nice (Summer Samba)". The only original B-side was the Latino remix of "Maybe". Track listings and formats UK CD 1 "Crickets Sing for Anamaria" (Original Radio Edit) – 2:46 "Eso Beso" – 3:14 "So Nice (Summer Samba)" – 3:11 "Crickets Sing for Anamaria" (Element's Crickets Dance On Tequila Booty Mix) – 4:13 UK CD 2 "Crickets Sing for Anamaria" (Original Radio Edit) – 2:46 "Maybe" (Latino Version) – 3:54 Charts Chart (2004)[1] Peak position Irish Singles Chart 40 UK Singles Chart 15 Ul Sales: 25,723 References ^ "Emma Bunton – Crickets Sing For Anamaria – Music Charts". αCharts.us. http://acharts.us/song/5166. Retrieved 2008-05-06.  v • d • e Emma Bunton Studio albums A Girl Like Me · Free Me · Life in Mono Singles "What I Am" · "What Took You So Long?" · "Take My Breath Away" · "We're Not Gonna Sleep Tonight" · "Free Me" · "Maybe" · "I'll Be There" · "Crickets Sing for Anamaria" · "Downtown" · "All I Need to Know" · Related articles Spice Girls · Discography This world music song-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e This 2000s pop song-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e