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Over the time span of a decade, Iron and Wine’s Sam Beam has emerged as one of recent era’s outstanding story narrators, fashioning punctilious stories filled with lorn affection, spiritual imagination and pensive ambitions.
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Born in 1974, Sam Beam who is popularly known as Iron and Wine, is an American song-writer and a singer who pens down his songs with a message. Beam grew up in South Carolina where his father was involved in land management and mother being a housewife. He completed his bachelor’s in arts from the Virginia Commonwealth University and finished his masters from Florida State University Film School. He taught at the Miami International University of Arts and Design and University of Miami as a film and cinematographer instructor before entering the world of music.
Beam as Iron and Wine released his first album with Sub Pop Records in 2002 with the name, The Creek Drank the Cradle. He wrote and recorded the songs of this album at his house with the use of instruments such as banjo and acoustic guitars. His second album was released in 2004 with the name Our Endless Numbered Days in a professional studio with a much higher level of devotion and dedication. New members were added to the band which led to diversity in the sound. However, the focal instruments were still the acoustics.
Alongside his albums, he also taped songs for movies and promotional ads. In 2002, he recorded a cover song for band The Postal Service followed with an unpublished number by the name Such Great Heights. Two years later, this number was endorsed in the advertisement campaign of M&M’s and the movie Garden State and another two years later for a website advertisement. In 2004 he also recorded a song for the movie named In Good Company. The name of that song was ‘The Trapeze Swinger.’ In 2005, he released an extended play ennobled Women King which extended his use of instruments as he incorporated electric guitars in the composition.
Iron and Wine’s third album, In the Reins, is a cooperative effort of Sam and a rock band by the name Calexico. The album released in 2005 was a perfect blend of conventional Mexican beats, southwestern rock and jazz to the songs’ musical arrangement. Quite a few songs also used the instrument of brass.
His fourth album, released in 2007, was titled The Shepherd’s Dog. It gained unimaginable support from the fans as well as the critics. The Paste Magazine declared it one of the best ten albums of 2007. The album introduced a unique mix of superimposed textures and multi-rhythmic vocals that added life to Sam’s meaningful lyrics. The magnificent response of this album convinced Iron and Wine to move on with the same combination other than his old solo style.
Meanwhile, Beam came up with a combination of selective songs from Beam’s earliest recording sessions from his first album till the experimental fusion from The Shepherd’s Dog and created an album with the name Around the Well. The album is a double-disc release with half of it classified into the raw home recordings and the other half that has been properly captured with advance equipment along with support from other fellow musicians. The album’s name was taken from one of the lines from his song ‘The Trapeze Swinger.’ Three additional songs from the movie ‘In Good Company’ are also incorporated in the album. Their names being Homeward, These shoes, Belated Promise Ring and God Made the Automobile.
Iron and Wine went ahead with this transonic montage and used it to come up with his fifth album named Kiss Each Other Clean. And the outcome was more glistening than ever. The album turned out to be a sharpened version that preserved the individualistic ingredients of Iron and Wine. Kiss Each Other Clean’s deep and mesmerizing command has pushed the supporter’s anticipations way high. Beam’s expertise of tale telling and musical combinations emerge from the struggle of putting together the feeling to happiness and sadness. The correct mix of the dense and dismount creates the connection between the performer and the hearer. All this together make this album a diverse reflection of our lives.
Iron and Wine’s music has been utilized in a number of television series, for instance, The L Word, Grey’s Anatomy and House, M.D. Beam’s song, Flightless Bird, American Mouth, was turned into the mega movie Twilight’s soundtrack. The silent lyrical portraits exposing the depth unmatched since the 60’s folk music embarks Iron and Wine’s destiny to a whole new level. Missing out on such a majestic performance will be a crime. Grab your Iron and Wine Tickets now to avoid disappointment.
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