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Album Review

"Heard Somebody Say" is a track from Devendra Banhart's fine Cripple Crow full-length issued on XL. The other two cuts here are clawhammer banjo tunes. There's the very short — and aptly titled — "Lickety Split," a sweet, simple, love song that is both spiritual and carnal. The final cut, "Chicken," is a hootenanny barn-dance number with repetitive choruses in three-part harmony — dig the bass singing on this one. This EP is for completists only since it's too short — only seven-and-a-half minutes total — to really hold onto (though it is right charming), and is only available from XL in Canada.

Biography

Born: 30 May 1981 in Houston, TX

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Growing up in Caracas, Venezuela and Los Angeles, Devendra Banhart was always playing music and drawing. But it wasn't until his brief stay at the San Francisco Art Institute that the disciplines became his constant companions. With the encouragement of poet and SFAI professor Bill Berskon, Banhart began experimenting with all kinds of art. He also began recording songs around that same time, usually on shoddy, hand-me-down four-track machines. Brief, half-finished, or written in stream-of-consciousness...
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