Oh Me Oh My

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This article is about Devendra Banhart album. For the Lulu/ Aretha Franklin song, see Oh Me Oh My (I'm a Fool for You Baby).
Oh Me Oh My...The Way the Day Goes By the Sun Is Setting Dogs Are Dreaming Lovesongs of the Christmas Spirit
Studio album by Devendra Banhart
Released October 28, 2002
Recorded 2002
Genre Freak Folk
Lo-Fi
Length 54:01
Label Young God Records
Producer Devendra Banhart
Doug Henderson
Devendra Banhart chronology
The Charles C. Leary
(2002)
Oh Me Oh My...
(2002)
The Black Babies
(2003)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Pitchfork Media (7.8/10)[2]

Oh Me Oh My (full title Oh Me Oh My...The Way the Day Goes By the Sun Is Setting Dogs Are Dreaming Lovesongs of the Christmas Spirit) is the second album by Devendra Banhart. Its name was taken from the lyrics of one of Banhart's earliest songs, "Sunrise (A Long Time Ago)". It was the first release by Devendra on Young God Records and it came out on October 28, 2002.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Tick Eats the Olive" – 0:40
  2. "Roots (If the Sky Were a Stone)" – 1:35
  3. "The Charles C. Leary" – 2:49
  4. "Nice People" – 3:17
  5. "Animals in My Play" – 1:28
  6. "Cosmos and Demos" – 3:35
  7. "Michigan State" – 3:50
  8. "Lend Me Your Teeth" – 1:58
  9. "Hey Miss Cane" – 3:23
  10. "Soon Is Good" – 4:07
  11. "Tell Me Something" – 1:12
  12. "The Red Lagoon" – 1:16
  13. "A Gentle Soul" – 2:03
  14. "Happy Happy Oh" – 1:30
  15. "Pumpkin Seeds" – 4:34
  16. "The Thumbs Touch Too Much" – 2:07
  17. "Legless Love" – 2:12
  18. "Marigold" – 1:57
  19. "Make It Easier" – 0:59
  20. "Ones" – 2:25
  21. "Little Monkey" – 1:54
  22. "The Spirit Is Near" – 1:30

Personnel[edit]

  • Devendra Banhart - guitar (acoustic, electric), vocals, piano, drums, producer
  • Doug Henderson - producer
  • Michael Gira - cover design
  • Doug Henderson - mastering
  • Rodney Miller - layout design

Additional information[edit]

A few songs on here also appear on The Charles C. Leary, and they are apparently the same recordings of them. The Charles C. Leary appears in the same form, while "Mmplushumblehorse" has been renamed "Nice People." Miss Cain references Sarah Cain, a woman Banhart was dating at the time.

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