Iron and Wine Vinyl, CD & tapes by Iron and Wine at Norman Records

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Live at Third Man Records

The latest in a seemingly unending, but very welcome, series Live At Third Man, sees Sam Beam bring Iron & Wine to the Blue Room in Nashville. Beam kept his backing band as minimal as possible to make this a genuinely affecting and moving performance. Songs from albums Our Endless Numbered Days, Ghost on Ghost and his rarities compilation, Around The Well are featured.

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Weed Garden

Sam Beam & co return as Iron & Wine to follow up their Grammy-nominated LP released in early 2018, 'Beast Epic'. Weed Garden is a collection of songs to complement the aforementioned record; its writing has been an evolving process the past three years. The six-song album was a smaller but significant part of the process, all unfinished at the time; includes the fan favourite 'Waves of Galveston'.

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Beast Epic

Ol’ big beard Sam Beam is back with a record that he says harks back to his earlier works such as ‘The Creek Drank the Cradle’. This brings Beam’s work a full circle as he seems to be rediscovering the simplicity that made those records such hushed delights. This his his 5th album and contains the type of songs that Beam hinself admits he does best. 

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The Creek That Drank The Cradle

‘There never need be longing in your eyes, as long as the creek that drank the candle is mine.’ So (almost) sang Morrissey back in the day, and now the spirit has moved to one Sam Beam. The single voice behind Iron & Wine, Beam intended his debut LP The Creek That Drank The Candle to be a set of demos that would become fleshed out by a band. However, so stark and beautiful were his four-track works that these songs became the de facto album. Sparse Americana in the Bonnie 'Prince' Billy vein.

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The Sea & The Rhythm

Sam Beam aka Iron and Wine has a penchant for the between albums EP and The Sea & the Rhythm was an early example of this perfectly exemplifying his intimate approach to folky acoustic introspective singer songwriting. Initially released on CD only it is now available on vinyl and might be especially notable due to the title track appearing in the O.C!

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The Shepherd's Dog

Always nice to see a dog on the sleeve and Iron and Wine doesn't disappoint on this, his third album originally released in 2007 which saw Sam Beam revert somewhat to his early folky style after the bigger production values of the Creek Drank the Cradle. As always his voice is a hushed and intimate thing blending perfectly with his folk-influenced fingerpicked guitar melodies. 

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Ghost On Ghost

Ghost On Ghost was the 2013 follow up to Iron and Wine's masterwork Kiss Each Other Clean. The earlier album surprised fans with a wide ranging sound that drew from world music, pop and LA sunshine music. Ghost on Ghost is equally ambitious but perhaps more laid back with jazz and yacht rock influence burning through a soulful set of songs. 

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Archive Series Volume No. 1

All the fans are always happy with a new Iron & Wine release, and this is a very special one. 16 tracks from before your boy Sam Bean was even known as Iron & Wine, now out on vinyl, from the time the tracks on the Creek Drank the Cradle were composed. Archive Series Volume No. 1 is like an invitation to meet your loved one for the first time again. If your loved one has a huge beard.

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Kiss Each Other Clean

Kiss Each Other Clean was the album in which folky bearded guy Sam Beam aka Iron and Wine ditched the lo-fi troubadour act and embraced pop, world music and jazz. It makes for a much more realised album that will appeal to fans of Fleetwood Mac as much as it would to fans of Songs Ohia. He even uses synths and saxophones. Later albums marked a return to his folk roots but Kiss Each Other Clean proves that guys with beards can still have fun. 

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Woman King

Woman King was a between albums EP from Iron and Wine which expanded on the sound of his previous album our Endless Numbered Days but paved the way towards his later, more realised work by introducing electrified guitars into his acoustic mix. As always his voice is a beautifully hushed thing and paired with his fingerpicked guitar some of this EP sits pretty snugly alongside the work of the likes of Will Oldham. 

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Around the Well

Man with beard Sam Beam has gone from hushed singer songwriter to more boisterous bandleader in his time as Iron & Wine and this B sides and rarities collection is split in half down similar lines. The first part contains early, intimate solo recordings while the second half is more studio-based full band type stuff. Contains rare covers of the Flaming Lips and New Order and is a must for any fans of his work. 

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Our Endless Numbered Days

If the picture on the sleeve is familiar then it may well be presumed that it is Sam Beam the bearded wonder behind Iron and Wine. Our Endless Numbered Days was perhaps his breakthrough album expanding on the intimate lo-fi folk of his home recorded debut The Creek Drank the Cradle. This time Beam used a proper studio and brought his distinctive brand of hushed melancholy to discerning wallowers everywhere courtesy of Sub Pop.   

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Archive Series Volume No.2

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In The Reins

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Grace For Saints

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Two Sides Of George

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Lovesong of the Buzzard

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Morning Becomes Eclectic

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Walking Far From Home

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Boy With A Coin

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The Sea & Rhythm

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The Creek Drank The Cradle

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Such Great Heights

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In the Reins

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Passing Afternoon

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