For some reason Sub Pop have uploaded the 2002 debut album 'The Creek Drank the Cradle' by much loved folk singer-songwriter 'Iron And Wine' to Youtube.
The Creek Drank the Cradle will be released on 24 September 2002 via Sub Pop. Stream it courtesy of Youtube. Also check out our Iron And Wine artist profile to find eventual tour dates in your area and links to the official web and social media pages of Iron And Wine. Last but not least make sure you scroll down and check out reviews for "The Creek Drank the Cradle".
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1. Lion's Mane
2. Bird Stealing Bread
3. Faded from the Winter
4. Promising Light
5. The Rooster Moans
6. Upward Over the Mountain
7. Southern Anthem
8. An Angry Blade
9. Weary Memory
10. Promise What You Will
11. Muddy Hymnal
We currently know 12 reviews for "The Creek Drank the Cradle" by Iron And Wine. The album is highly acclaimed by critics and a must-listen for every fan of the genre.
"Worthy of any superlative you can throw its way."
"Spartan and unadorned, the naked sincerity of the record is heartbreaking."
"A stunning debut and one of the best records of 2002."
"It would be a mistake to call the result "lo-fi": For all the songs' elemental ingredients, Beam is a gifted producer, imbuing The Creek Drank The Cradle with both breeziness and portent, subtlety and simplicity."
The A.V. Club
"[A] seemingly out-of-nowhere collection of quiet masterpieces."
"Though it is not overtly innovative in its instrumentation or approach, The Creek Drank the Cradle is composed and performed with such an inclusive, intimate voice that the album is extremely accessible, even personal."
Delusions of Adequacy
"An astonishing debut."
"The Creek Drank the Cradle is made of small epiphanies."
"The ambiguity in the songs adds to their haunting quality."
"The Creek Drank the Cradle is very surreal, mythical, haunting; it creates a mood of warmth and comfort, and makes me feel as if I've been transported to another, far more peaceful plane of existence."
"For a plodding, semi-mopey bit of understated blues, it's hard to beat."
"An album of quiet, introspective folk music."
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