Around The Well by Iron & Wine, released 19 May 2009 1. Dearest Foresaken 2. Morning 3. Loud as Hope 4. Peng! 33 5. Sacred Vision 6. Friends They Are Jewels 7. Hickory 8. Waiting For A Superman 9. Swans And The Swimming 10. Call Your Boys 11. Such Great Heights 12. Communion Cups and Someone's Coat 13. Belated Promise Ring 14. God Made The Automobile 15. Homeward, These Shoes 16. Love Vigilantes 17. Sinning Hands 18. No Moon 19. Serpent Charmer 20. Carried Home 21. Kingdom of the Animals 22. Arms of a Thief 2. In addition, Iron and Wine have begun work on the follow-up to The Shepherd’s Dog and plan to release a new album in spring, 2010. released May 19, 2009.
Around the Well is a compilation of out-of-print and previously unreleased tracks by the folk rock artist Iron & Wine, released on May 19, 2009. Iron & Wine toured in May 2009 in support of this release. All tracks written by Sam Beam, except where noted. Dearest Forsaken" - 3:49. Loud as Hope" - 2:56. Peng! 33" - 3:28 (Stereolab). Sacred Vision" - 3:19. Friends They Are Jewels" - 4:14. Waitin' for a Superman" - 4:34 (Wayne Coyne, Michael Ivins, Steven Drozd).
The Trapeze Swinger(Album). Lyricist：Sam Beam Composer：Sam Beam. Ooh, ooh, ooh Please remember me Happily By the rose bush laughing With bruises on my chin A time when We counted every black car Passing your house Beneath the hill And up until Someone caught us in the kitchen With maps, a mountain range A piggy bank A vision too removed to mention
Sam Beam's output as Iron And Wine has been so scattered across various formats that he's the exception that proves the rule about mop-up compilations of outtakes and B-sides not being worth the bytes bitten off to burn them. That said, a whole two CDs is pushing things a bit: there are moments during the first disc of Beam's early home recordings when one simply loses track of which song is playing
Ultimately, while Iron & Wine’s best tracks certainly reside on their three proper albums, Around the Well is a strong testament to Sam Beam’s wealth of delicately affecting folk rock material and an enjoyable retrospective on his career so far. Enthusiasts will undoubtedly come across tracks long ago archived in their own collections, but the consolidation of Iron & Wine’s best non-album songs like Such Great Heights and The Trapeze Swinger is nevertheless a convenient and welcome service
Album Around the Well. Such Great Heights Lyrics. I am thinking it's a sign That the freckles in our eyes are mirror images And when we kiss they're perfectly aligned. And I have to speculate That God himself did make us into corresponding shapes Like puzzle pieces from the clay. And true, it may seem like a stretch But it's thoughts like this that catch my troubled head when you're away When I am missing you to death. When you are out there on the road For several weeks of shows and when you scan the radio I hope this song will guide you home. An acoustic cover of a well known song by The Postal Service- Iron and Wine turns the fast paced, electronic, synth heavy song and turns it into a song comparable to cooking caramel- low, slow, and sweet.
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These kinds of compilations can be tricky to assemble, but Around the Well is both comprehensive and conveniently presented, with each disc representing the two amorphous halves of Iron & Wine's career. Disc one is limited to the group's early days, meaning it's filled with soft bedroom whispers, homespun acoustics, and the lo-fi production that fueled Sam Beam's home recording sessions
Our Endless Numbered Days. Авторы текста и музыки. Peter Hook, Stephen Morris, Bernard Sumner, Gillian Gilbert. Sub Pop Records (от лица компании "SUB POP"); CMRRA, LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, ASCAP, LatinAutor, UMPI, UMPG Publishing, LatinAutor - UMPG" и другие авторские общества (6). Ещё. Свернуть.