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Here he strives to understand what love might be like, never having experienced it himself.
The fact that a voice as honest and pure as Devendra Banhart can acquire success in today's musical climate offers some hope for the music industry, overall.
He's already every bit as important as Nick Drake, Sandy Denny, Jackson C. Frank, or any of the other artists who have influenced his art.
Too weird only really liked one song. And I've liked a lot of experimental music in my day this one just doesn't make sense. It's weird just for the sake of it. BooooPublished 11 months ago by Ashley B.
To label Devendra as an eccentric might be a bit of an understatement. He's truly a hippie of our time, and like the best hippie's of yore he's managed to carve out a unique sound... Read morePublished on April 28, 2009 by John Smith
and is also UNDENIABLY influenced by t rex (listen to t rex's first album.Published on September 1, 2005 by Naomi E. Parker
This new genre of freak folk is great. Though, ALL folk is great. The guitar is amazing. He is the best. If you like folk you will LOVE this. Read morePublished on August 25, 2005 by iliveinthemotioncity
it's really a great ablum, his voice is sort of sad and tinny (not tiny, tinny), and his guitar work is great. Read morePublished on January 10, 2005 by ashley sue m
The fact that a voice as honest and pure as Devendra Banhart can acquire success in today's musical climate offers some hope for the music industry, overall. Read morePublished on December 25, 2004 by Chris Edwards
The first time I heard Devendra's album, I wasn't too impressed with it. It took seeing him in person to become a fan. Read morePublished on November 13, 2004 by Alistair Nexus
You know you are thinking about it. Just buy it, you'll love it.Published on September 15, 2004 by Jeffrey T. Fox