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If you want every Iron & Wine album to sound the same, you will be disappointed.
I was so impressed by that concert, which I listened to several times online, that I didn't even bother to listen to any samples of the songs on the final album.
The reason I still even use the word folk to describe Beam's music is in the response to the lyrics and overall feeling of the songs.
I purchased this album for a few songs I heard on a podcast, in a mainly acoustic setting, just the man and his guitar. Read morePublished 4 months ago by GustieGuy
Was a perfect gift in every respect. The recipient had asked for this particular album so was very excited to get it.Published 7 months ago by Nora L. Burkhardt
I've loved all of Iron & Wine's music up to this point, and this is a good album too. However, I do agree with some of the other comments that this album may have had a bit too... Read morePublished 17 months ago by wormproof101
great record, great band, fresh vinyl....i need to write eleven more words for this review. buy it. done. yah. submit.Published 17 months ago by Erik V. Clineschmidt
This CD is great! Everything one would expect from I&W. Smooth rythmes and sweet lyrics, good for any mood or occasion.Published 18 months ago by jtstreets
Our daughter likes this Iron and Wine CD. It's not to the caliber of some of the other Iron on Wine CD's.Published 18 months ago by Sharon Barreras
It took me a few listens, but I love it now. It has all kinds of interesting percussion like kalimba and frog scraper and even some electronic drums, which I think work here, and... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Justin Chastant
This is quite a departure from what you would expect from I&W but does it well. I love most of the songs.Published 20 months ago by A. Mancini
This is easily my favorite Iron and Wine album. To be clear, I'm a fan of all Sam Beams's work. I agree with the others that are glad he has grown from the "man and his guitar"... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Gregory P. Gilmour