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Iron & Wine – The Shepherd’s Dog (2007) Lossless

29-08-2015, 18:31
Music | Folk | Country | Rock | FLAC / APE

Iron & Wine – The Shepherd’s Dog (2007) Lossless

Artist: Iron & Wine
Title Of Album: The Shepherd’s Dog
Year Of Release: 2007
Label: Sub Pop
Genre: Alt Country, Folk Rock
Format: Flac
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 61:23 Min
Total Size: 405 Mb


01. Pagan Angel and a Borrowed Car (04:33)
02. White Tooth Man (03:57)
03. Lovesong of the Buzzard (04:26)
04. Carousel (04:02)
05. House by the Sea (04:22)
06. Innocent Bones (03:43)
07. Wolves (Song of the Shepherd's Dog) (04:57)
08. Resurrection Fern (04:50)
09. Boy with a Coin (04:06)
10. Devil Never Sleeps (02:07)
11. Peace Beneath the City (04:45)
12. Flightless Bird, American Mouth (04:11)
13. Carried Home (06:27)
14. Kingdom Of Animals (05:06)

Following a one-record hiatus to collaborate with Tucson collective Calexico on 2005's In The Reins, Iron & Wine (Sam Beam, that is) recoils to the earnestness and intimacy that embodied his first two records, his cerebral words and phrases tunneled beneath an orchestra of guitar, banjo, keyboards, and strings. More definitive than ever, the rhythm and percussion complement Beam's voice, a lulling, almost eerie tone that occasionally recalls John Lennon's early solo work, especially on delicate tracks like the bluesy "Wolves (Songs of the Shepherd's Dog" and "Carousel," with its veiled references to Iraq. Those raised on the lo-fi routine of Beam's earlier work will find rawness and sanctity in the more upbeat selections: The CSN folk-rock of "House by the Sea" and "Boy with a Coin" and the atmospheric beauty of "Pagan Angel and a Borrowed Car" and Shepherd's best song, "Lovesong of the Buzzard." With an organ swirling about and a slide guitar adding gentle flourishes, Beam concedes that "no one is the savior they would like to be," without realizing that, when it comes to fluent music and pristine storytelling, perhaps he is. --Scott Holter

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