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Amazon offers Our Endless Numbered Days (Audio CD),23 March, 2004
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A Whisper Speaks Volumes / 4
The man with the awesome beard, Sam Beam, and his co-horts have created a wonderful world of music here. This is "down-home real" music, played with care and understatement. All the songs here are good and will reward those who want to hear roots-inspired folk by a master storyteller. Also, check out the "Woman Kind" EP.
Song "Naked As We Came"
She says wake up it's no use pretending
I'll keep stealing breathing her
Birds are leaving over Autumn's ending
One of us will die inside these arms

Eyes wide open
Naked as we came
One will spread our
Ashes round the yard

She says if I leave before you darling
Don't you waste me in the ground
I lay smiling like our sleeping children
One of us will die inside these arms

Eyes wide open
Naked as we came
One will spread our
Ashes round the yard

Iron & Wine: Our Endless Numbered Days (2004): Reviews
Iron & Wine reviews ... Along with Earlimart, Iron & Wine is getting better press than is deserved simply by sounding like Elliott Smith. ...
Iron & Wine: Woman King EP: Pitchfork Review
[Sub Pop; 2005] Rating: 8.5 - Review by: Amanda Petrusich. At a Glance: Iron & Wine
Iron & Wine Average Customer Review:: Release Date: March 23, 2004 ... Iron & Wine Average Customer Review:: Release Date: September 24, 2002 ...
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(2/21/2007) Local Cut (Willamette Week)
Williams mourns, moves on (The Record)
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On indie-cloud 9 (The Salt Lake Tribune)
Had it been up to the guys in The Shins, their new hit album "Wincing the Night Away" would have come out a couple of years ago. Of course, if it had, it probably wouldn't have hit Top 10 on Billboard 's "Hot 200" album charts. And it probably wouldn't be the fastest-selling album out of the chute on SubPop Records, the Seattle indie label that was once home to the likes of Nirvana, ...
Ain't that a kick? (Kansas City Star)
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album review (Times Leader)
?CATCH AND RELEASE? Soundtrack (Sony/Legacy) The opening track establishes a mood, and the 16 tracks that follow don?t alter it too much. Leadoff band Dave Grohl and his Foo Fighters deliver a cafe au lait version of ?Razor? that is so skin-and-bones he sounds more like Nick Drake or Iron & Wine than Nirvana?s former drummer.

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