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Iron And Wine

Creek Drank The Cradle

Sub Pop 600

Released on May 20, 2003


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LP This vinyl version of the CD we released in September, 2002 will be packaged with a bonus 7" ("Her Tea Leaves" b/w "Carissa's Wierd").

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Meghan from Baltimore, MD 
May 18 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Iron and Wine is summer; linen sheets flapping on a clothesline but never getting dry, sharing cigarettes with your best friend on the roof of a car far past midnight, breaking hearts, spreading lies, and realizing the futility of youth at the core of it all. Mostly, it's that overwhelming feeling that eventually between the ethereal intimacy of the record (somewhat reminiscent of Azure Ray) and the back-porch Georgian guitar melodies, someone is going to begin shouting. It's the tension between urgency and abandon that makes this record so amazing.

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James from Truro, Cornwall, United Kingdo 
Dec 8 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

i bought this as i first bought iron & wines our endless numbered days as it was so beautiful, anyway this record did not dissapoint me at all, more intricate guitar and soft vocals from sam beam. this is quite folky, but i really enjoy it, its nice to paint to. you should buy both iron & wines albums now!

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Kyle from Kingston, ON Canada 
Jun 17 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Sam Beam is a musical genious! This album includes lots of banjo, slide guitar, and acoustic guitar. Beam whispers stories of the old south over folky meoldic tunes. Every instrument on the album is played by Beam, which made me respect him 8 times more! The bonuse 7" is the bomb, possibly better than some of the songs on the LP! I'd recommend this album to any patriotic, anti-anarchist, red, white, and blue american.





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