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Baby

Devendra Banhart

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Paul Butler, Producer, Arranger - Tony Mangurian, Additional Mixer - Bernie Grundman, Masterer - Devendra Banhart, Producer, Arranger, Writer, Performed by, MainArtist - Noah Georgeson, Arranger - Bryce Gonzales, Engineer - Daniel "Black Dub" Lanois, Mixer - Greg Rogone, Arranger - Luckey Remington, Arranger - John Baccigaluppi, Co-ordinator Production

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