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Iron And Wine

Creek Drank The Cradle

Sub Pop 600

Released on September 24, 2002



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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Lion's Mane  17%
2 Bird Stealing Bread Voted #1  29%
3 Faded From The Winter Voted #3  21%
4 Promising Light  4%
5 The Rooster Moans  0%
6 Upward Over The Mountain Voted #2  29%
7 Southern Anthem  0%
8 An Angry Blade  0%
9 Weary Memory  0%
10 Promise What You Will  0%
11 Muddy Hymnal  0%
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Larry from Queensland, Australia 
Mar 17 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is probably one of my most adored records i own. I am into a very wide spectrum of music and this would definatly be in the top 3 of my chill cds. You should really buy this album if you like to mellow out and relax. Extremely nice.

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TJ from Aldie, VA 
Jul 28 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

You know what’s wrong with the music today? There are not enough people who approach music the way Iron and Wine do. Listening to this album and the others I got the feeling this guy loves music. He loves to write it, he loves to play it, and he loves to live it. I hate to use the word “honest” to describe Iron and Wine, because it has been tarnished a particular current band (guess who). But the word honest is the best way to describe this record. He takes great care to explain just how he feels in each song. His affection for the person or the moment he is singing about is communicated in excruciatingly beautiful detail through his lyrics, voice, and guitar. He plays his guitar with all the inflection that one would hear if they were being told a deeply personal story. Iron and Wine is a nice break from self indulgent singer songwriters that are littered all over the scene now a days. He is not your broken hearted pretty boy. Instead he is your wise, large bearded, friend.

“Upward Over the Mountain” and “the Roster Moans” are fine examples of excellence.

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Jeremy from Manassas, VA 
Jul 26 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Ethreal folk laden with Missippi Delta-esque guitar stylings and harmonies, arranged in such a manner to provoke the least bit crazy to sell his every possession and begin a new life in the wilderness among the trees and escaped convicts. A lot of steel guitar and dare i say, "alt. country" flavor to pique interests in the most unexpected of audiophiles. This was released by the same label that put out Nirvana's first record (Sub Pop) so anything they put out I'm going to give a chance. This would go on my deserted island list, most definitely.

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