JIM TESTA: It seems like everything written about you focuses on the weird, so I thought it might be interesting to take a different tack.
For one thing, your life represents a classic American success story—you were a homeless busker discovered playing music on a street corner, and today you're an internationally famous recording artist on a major label who's worked with some of the biggest names in the industry.
Do you ever look back on the last 10 years and just think about everything that's happened to you, and how things might have gone quite differently?
me enamora Tres, siete, diez Ya no me ves Pero si tal vez Te digo tu nombre Ya sabr? n es Soy el perro a tus pies Que te muerde la costilla Y las estrellas brillan y la luna se sienta en su silla ?
Bueno, ya estoy cansada y mis hijas ya me dicen viejita Mi pelo esta seco y mi piel ya no brilla Pero el mundo es tuyo, pero esta noche eres m?
rte cantar Oye a Dios en el viento, prueba a Dios en la miel Dios vive afuera y adentro tambi?
He's an household name in the folk scene; he's collaborated or performed with classic-rock icons like Donovan and Neil Young, and his influence has been felt in the worlds of film and art as well.
For a musician who started out on street corners playing for spare change, Devendra Banhart has come a long way.
Here are a few things you might not know about him: he's surprisingly down-to-earth for someone named Devendra.
He really hates the term "freak folk." And yes, he regrets the velvet bellbottoms.
date luna Mira a Dios en el aire, mira a Dios en el mar Yo te doy toda mi vida para o?
melo luna Yo no he tomado Pero me voy a tomar un traguito ahora Y s?