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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Woman King by Iron and Wine
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8/10 Clinton 29 November 2006
Sometimes you can release too many records. Iron and Wine so far has released pretty much good quality stuff but on this new 6 track EP standards start to slip just ever so slightly. The first track is nice if a bit more bluesy than the Will Oldham meets Belle and Sebastian sound of yore .Next track 'Jezebel' is simply lovely and if anyone who is a fan of this hasn't listened to the new David Crosby/Graham Nash single...well then you should. The grizzled old warhorses still have the knack of working their way around a pretty melody. From then on the EP kinds of drifts past in a pleasant Crosby Stills and Nash haze but is kind of unaffecting. On Sub Pop.



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