Banhart, Devendra / What Will We Be
Album: What Will We Be   Collection:General
Artist:Banhart, Devendra   Added:Nov 2009
Label:Warner Bros. Records  

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Add Date: 2010-02-21 Pull Date: 2010-04-25
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6. Apr 24, 2010: Music Casserole
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Album Review
Reviewed 2010-08-26
Devendra Banhart/ What Will We Be

Mellowed-out acoustic folk with charming elements from other styles such as jazz and reggae. carefree, sweet and pretty mellowed out. He is apparently part of the “New Weird America” movement. not your typical folk
NO FCCs: Try : 1, 6, 9,10, 12, 13
1. * Upbeat, light acoustic guitars, piano, sunshiney 2. Pretty, acoustic guitars, charming, light shakers, “ooh’s,” jazzy developments at half-way point to end, but ends just light vocals 3. upbeat, light electric guitar staccatos, laid back beat that turns to rock and back 4. rambly, strummy guitar, banjo, fiddle, more of a mellowed out folk-country sound? 5. slower, piano, fade-in at beginning, quieter, contemplative? 6. * plucky, strumming guitar, slower, more minimal, quite pretty, birds 7. mellow jazz, sax, piano, brush cymbals, slow nice vocals picks up to a more upbeat strummy song, wood blocks, turns into a more ballad-like song from a musical, then to an upbeat folky song “lalas” 8. more electric, driving beat, dancey? poppy? 9. * bassy intro, cymbals, slow, turns into faster upbeat fun song, nice old school guitar solo, rattling noises, back to upbeat, groovy-folky? tambourine, kind of reminds me of like Cream at end 10. ** great wispy, slow track, nice sax, piano, more minimal plucky guitar, pretty, light upbeat ending 11. bass thumps humming, Spanish, laid back, nice jazzy feel “girl-from-ipanema-y” think jobim here… nice piano accents 12. *pretty, slow, mellow strummy guitar, deamy sounding 13. ** pretty, relaxed, rambly, not English, but “pit river dialect” 14. cymbals, reggae-esque beat, light

Track Listing
1. Can't Help But Smiling   8. 16th & Valencia, Roxy Music
2. Angelika   9. Rats
3. Baby   10. Maria Lionza
4. Goin' Back   11. Brindo
5. First Song For B   12. Meet Me At Lookout Point
6. Last Song For B   13. Walilamdzi
7. Chin Chin & Muck Muck   14. Foolin'