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Rejoicing In the Hands

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This Is The Way
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A Sight To Behold
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The Body Breaks
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Poughkeepsie
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Dogs They Make Up The Dark
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Will Is My Friend
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This Beard Is For Siobhan
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See Saw
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Tit Smoking In The Temple Of Artesan Mimicry
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Rejoicing In The Hands
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Fall
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Todo Los Dolores
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When The Sun Shone On Vetiver
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There Was Sun
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Insect Eyes
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Autumn's Child
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 16   Total Length: 42:03

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Amanda Petrusich is the author of the forthcoming DO NOT SELL AT ANY PRICE (Scribner), a book about collectors of rare 78 rpm records (if you’ve got a basement...more »

04.22.11
Devendra Banhart, Rejoicing in the Hands
2004 | Label: Young God Records / Virtual

No matter how much disdain he voices for the genre, Devendra Banhart is the founding father of contemporary freakfolk, and Rejoicing in the Hands… is its sacred text. Taking cues from late '60s warblers Tiny Tim, Marc Bolan and Donovan, Banhart trills about nonsensical creatures in absurd situations, including his beard and other biological ephemera ("Because my teeth don't bite/ I can take them out dancing") over carefully plucked classical guitar and quick bits of… read more »

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