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Our Endless Numbered Days is the second full-length album from Iron & Wine. Released on March 23, 2004, it was the first non-solo effort by Sam Beam under his Iron & Wine moniker, and was recorded in a professional studio, giving it a more polished and produced sound than The Creek Drank The Cradle, which Beam recorded at home. Although it added band members other than Sam Beam, the focus was still on acoustic instruments.



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  • Avatar for Irryco
    One of my favourite albums in the world. Yes, it is.
  • Avatar for seyma__
    My first reaction was: "WOW" This is wonderful. Relaxes me too, but too good to sleep through. Maybe after my 566546th listen. Who knows...
  • Avatar for Tymbolic
    I'm just hearing for the first time and I already think it's one of my favorites.
  • Avatar for kissesneverdie
    Beautiful. Just keeps the same great mood throughout.
  • Avatar for tojazofia
    definitely his best album [3]
  • Avatar for nightpow
    One of the most beautiful things in my life.
  • Avatar for aquaguard03
    "Free Until Cut Me Down (Album)" ?? One, the word "album" does NOT need to be included on every track of the streaming version of this album, and two, the track title is missing the word "They"... it needs to be "Free Until They Cut Me Down"... please fix this.
  • Avatar for Thinspread
    I love this album - if you do too, I'd love for you to hear my latest project here: Conceptualized, written and recorded in Nashville with local musicians. Lots of inspiration from Sam (and Jim) Beam. ; )
  • Avatar for anchorsandknots
    nick drakeyish
  • Avatar for monsterclaws
    I've been trying to write a comment for a few minutes now and I'm speechless. I got this album for Christmas and I'm just blown away. I want to cry when I listen to it.

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