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Iron & Wine on KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic

Sam Beam (Iron & Wine) sat down with Nic Harcourt on KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic on Nov. 29th, and delivered a fantastic, dreamy set of music. Pulling a couple of songs off of 2007’s critically acclaimed The Shepherd’s Dog and a song each from Endless Numbered Days, Woman King e.p. , and the In Good Company soundtrack, Sam Beam weaves in a signature of humility with his brand of lush, Nick Drake-infused neo-folk.

01.(=Intro=)
02.Peace Beneath The City
03.Sodom South Georgia
04.Boy With A Coin
05.(=Interview=)
06.Resurrection Fern
07.Woman King
08.Trapeze Swinger
09.(=Talking=)
10.He Lays In The Reins
11.(=Outro=)

Iron & Wine – Morning Becomes Eclectic [256kbps mp3]

[I gotta say , the highlight of this set has to be the 7 minute Trapeze Swinger from In Good Company. The quiet tension is incredible. Enjoy – Jameson]

Iron & Wine – KCRW – Trapeze Swinger.mp3
Iron & Wine – KCRW – Resurrection Fern.mp3

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December 31, 2007 Posted by | acoustic, alternative, folk, indie, iron and wine, kcrw, morning becomes eclectic, nic harcourt, rock, sam beam, sub pop | Leave a comment