the Iron & Wine songlist

an alphabetical list of all various Iron & Wine songs and where to find them ...

part of the Iron & Wine illustrated discography ...

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created: January 22-24, 2005 by Ger Potze & Leo Meijer
last update: March 3, 2006

note that songs that have been performed as a demo or live are only included when these have not been released officially somehow


Go to the Passing Afternoon Collection directory to find a lot of the songs listed below for your listening pleasure!
Regular releases aren't available for downloading, because: support the artist by buying their music!


Ab's Song (Marshall Tucker Band cover)
first released on: "Sweetheart: Love Songs" v/a CD (January/February 2004)
note: The Marshall Tucker Band's version of the song can be found on their self titled debut album from 1973


All Tomorrow's Parties (Velvet Underground cover)
first released on: performed live only
note: The original The Velvet Underground w/ Nico version of this song is on their album "The Velvet Underground & Nico" from 1967


Always On My Mind (cover)
first released on: performed live only
note: written by Johnny Christopher, Mark James, and Wayne Carson Thompson and originally released by Brenda Lee in 1972, before Elvis Presley; thereafter it has been recorded and released by various artists, like Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, and Pet Shop Boys; one of the writers, Wayne Carson Thompson also recorded the song in 1971, but this remains unreleased so far


An Angry Blade
first released on: "The Creek Drank The Cradle" CD/LP (September 2002/May 2003)


Beauty And Family
first released on: recorded as a demo only (unknown date)


Beneath The Balcony
first released on: "The Sea & the Rhythm" EP CD (September 2003)


Bird Stealing Bread
first released on: "The Creek Drank The Cradle" CD/LP (September 2002/May 2003)


Bird Stealing Bread (live at Bonnaroo Music Festival 2005)
first released on: "Live Bonnaroo 11th June 2005" internet only download (Summer 2005)


Blue Leaves
first released on: recorded as a demo only (unknown date)


A Book Unfinished
first released on: recorded as a demo only (unknown date)


Burn That Broken Bed
first released on: "In The Reins" EP CD with Calexico (September 2005)


California
first released on: recorded as a demo only (unknown date)


Call Your Boys
first released on: Sub Pop Singles Club 7" vinyl single (March 2002)


Calm On The Valley
first released on: recorded as a demo only (unknown date)


Carissa's Wierd
first released on: bonus 7" vinyl single that came with "The Creek Drank The Cradle" LP (May 2003)


Chelsea Hotel (Leonard Cohen cover by Carissa's Wierd w/ Sam Beam of Iron & Wine)
first released on: The Carissa's Wierd album "Scrapbook" (2003)
note: Sam Beam plays along on this song;
"Scrapbook" is a rarities CD, which was available only at the last few gigs Carissa's Wierd played when they were splitting up;
Leonard Cohen's version of "Chelsea Hotel #2" can be found on his album "New Skin For The Old Ceremony" from 1974


Cinder And Smoke
first released on: "Our Endless Numbered Days" LP/CD (March 2004)


Cinder And Smoke (demo)
first released on: ltd. ed. bonus CD-single that came with "Our Endless Numbered Days" CD (March 2004)


Cinder And Smoke (live at Bonnaroo Music Festival 2005)
first released on: "Live Bonnaroo 11th June 2005" internet only download (Summer 2005)


Cinder And Smoke (live session)
first released on: "Live Session (iTunes Exclusive)" download only EP (February 2006)


Cold Town
first released on: recorded as a demo only (unknown date)


Communion Cups And Someone's Coat
first released on: "Passing Afternoon" CD-single (October 2004)


Cowgirl In The Sand (Neil Young cover)
first released on: performed live only
note: Neil Young's version of the song is on his album with Crazy Horse "Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere" from 1969


Dead Man's Will
first released on: various artists compilation CD that came with art magazine/book "Yeti" issue #1 (December 2000)
also released on: "Tour EP" CD (2002)


Dead Man's Will (new version w/ Calexico)
first released on: "In The Reins" EP CD with Calexico (September 2005)


Dearest Forsaken
first released on: Sub Pop Singles Club 7" vinyl single (March 2002)


Dearest Forsaken (live KCRW)
first released on: "Passing Afternoon" CD-single (October 2004)
note: recorded live in session for "Morning Becomes Eclectic", KCRW 89.9FM, Santa Monica, CA, December 6, 2002


Each Coming Night
first released on: "Our Endless Numbered Days" LP/CD (March 2004)


Evening On The Ground (Lilith's Song)
first released on: "Woman King" EP CD (February 2005)


Evening On The Ground (Lilith's Song) (live at Bonnaroo Music Festival 2005)
first released on: "Live Bonnaroo 11th June 2005" internet only download (Summer 2005)


Expecting To Fly (Buffalo Springfield cover)
first released on: performed live only
note: written by Neil Young in his Buffalo Springfield era and to be found on their "Buffalo Springfield Again" album from 1967


Faded From The Winter
first released on: "The Creek Drank The Cradle" CD/LP (September 2002/May 2003)


Faded From The Winter (live session)
first released on: "Live Session (iTunes Exclusive)" download only EP (February 2006)


Fever Dream
first released on: "Our Endless Numbered Days" LP/CD (March 2004)
also released on: "The Golden Apples Of The Sun" various artists compilation CD of current underground folk music,
as selected and put together by Devendra Banhart for Arthur Magazine (April 2004)


Fever Dream (live at Bonnaroo Music Festival 2005)
first released on: "Live Bonnaroo 11th June 2005" internet only download (Summer 2005)


"Fistful Of Roses"
first released on: recorded as a demo only (unknown date)
note: exact title unknown so far ...


Foot Of The Manger
first released on: recorded as a demo only (October 2001)


Free Until They Cut Me Down
first released on: "Our Endless Numbered Days" LP/CD (March 2004)
also released on: various artists compilation CD "Uncut Presents... Americana 2004", which came free with Uncut magazine issue #87 (August 2004)


Free Until They Cut Me Down (demo)
first released on: ltd. ed. bonus CD-single that came with "Our Endless Numbered Days" CD (March 2004)


Free Until They Cut Me Down (live at Bonnaroo Music Festival 2005)
first released on: "Live Bonnaroo 11th June 2005" internet only download (Summer 2005)


Freedom Hangs Like Heaven
first released on: "Woman King" EP CD (February 2005)


Freedom Hangs Like Heaven (live at Bonnaroo Music Festival 2005)
first released on: "Live Bonnaroo 11th June 2005" internet only download (Summer 2005)


Friends They Are Jewels
first released on: "iTunes Exclusive" download only EP (June 2004)


God Gave A Stone
first released on: recorded as a demo only (October 2001)


God Made The Automobile
first released on: performed live only


Gray Stables
first released on: "Woman King" EP CD (February 2005)


He Lays In The Reins
first released on: "In The Reins" EP CD with Calexico (September 2005)
note: originally recorded as a Iron & Wine demo (September 2002)


Her Tea Leaves
first released on: bonus 7" vinyl single that came with "The Creek Drank The Cradle" LP (May 2003)


Hickory
first released on: ltd. ed. bonus CD-single that came with "Our Endless Numbered Days" CD (March 2004)


History Of Lovers
first released on: "In The Reins" EP CD with Calexico (September 2005)
note: originally recorded as a Iron & Wine demo (September 2002)


I Wanna Be Sedated (Ramones cover)
first released on: performed live only
note: the Ramones' version of the song is on their album "Road To Ruin" from 1978


In Your Own Time
first released on: recorded as a demo only (unknown date)


"Instrumental w/ Harmonies"
first released on: recorded as a demo only (unknown date)
note: exact title unknown so far ...


It's The Same Old Song (The Four Tops cover)
first released on: recorded as a demo only (unknown date)


Jason Loves Kentucky (instrumental)
first released on: recorded as a demo only (unknown date)


Jesus The Mexican Boy
first released on: "Tour EP" CD (2002)
also released on: "The Sea & the Rhythm" EP CD (September 2003)


Jezebel
first released on: "Woman King" EP CD (February 2005)


Jezebel (live at Bonnaroo Music Festival 2005)
first released on: "Live Bonnaroo 11th June 2005" internet only download (Summer 2005)


John's Glass Eye
first released on: various artists compilation CD that came with art magazine/book "Yeti" issue #3 (December 2005)


Judgement
first released on: recorded as a demo only (unknown date)


Lion's Mane
first released on: "The Creek Drank The Cradle" CD/LP (September 2002/May 2003)


Loud As Hope
first released on: various artist compilation promo CD "Connect Rarities Sampler Volume 1" (2004)


Love And Some Verses
first released on: "Our Endless Numbered Days" LP/CD (March 2004)


Love And Some Verses (live at Bonnaroo Music Festival 2005)
first released on: "Live Bonnaroo 11th June 2005" internet only download (Summer 2005)


Love Vigilantes (New Order cover)
first released on: "Live Session (iTunes Exclusive)" download only EP (February 2006)
note: the New Order version of the song appears on their album "Low Life" from 1985


Love You This Hound
first released on: recorded as a demo only (unknown date)


Minor Piano Keys
first released on: recorded as a demo only (October 2001)


Morning
first released on: various artists compilation 12" vinyl single that came with magazine "Ladies & Gentlemen" issue #1 (early 2004)


Mothers Of The Rodeo
first released on: recorded as a demo only (September 2002)


Mr. Soul (Buffalo Springfield cover) (live at Bonnaroo Music Festival 2005)
first released on: "Live Bonnaroo 11th June 2005" internet only download (Summer 2005)
note: written by Neil Young in his Buffalo Springfield era and to be found on their "Buffalo Springfield Again" album from 1967


Muddy Hymnal
first released on: "The Creek Drank The Cradle" CD/LP (September 2002/May 2003)
note: a cover version of this song by Racingpaperplanes is to be found on the CD-R "A Formal Apology", which came with all pre-orders of the various artists tribute CD "I Am A Cold Rock. I Am Dull Grass. A Tribute To The Music Of Will Oldham" from August 2004


My Lady's House
first released on: "Woman King" EP CD (February 2005)


My Lady's House (live at Bonnaroo Music Festival 2005)
first released on: "Live Bonnaroo 11th June 2005" internet only download (Summer 2005)


Naked As We Came
first released on: "Our Endless Numbered Days" LP/CD (March 2004)
also released on: Sub Pop various artists compilation CD "Patient Zero" (June 2004)
also released on: various artists soundtrack CD "In Good Company" (January 2005)


Naked As We Came (live at Bonnaroo Music Festival 2005)
first released on: "Live Bonnaroo 11th June 2005" internet only download (Summer 2005)


Naked As We Came (live session)
first released on: "Live Session (iTunes Exclusive)" download only EP (February 2006)


New Slang (Shins)
first released on: The Shins CD-single "Fighting In A Sack" (July 2004)
note: a Shins song performed live by James Mercer of The Shins w/ Sam Beam of Iron & Wine;
The original version of this song can be found on The Shins album "Oh, Inverted World" from 2001


The Night Descending
first released on: "The Sea & the Rhythm" EP CD (September 2003)


The Night Descending (live at Bonnaroo Music Festival 2005)
first released on: "Live Bonnaroo 11th June 2005" internet only download (Summer 2005)


No Moon
first released on: ltd. ed. bonus 7" single that came with "Our Endless Numbered Days" CD (March 2004)
also released on: "iTunes Exclusive" download only EP (June 2004)


On Your Wings
first released on: "Our Endless Numbered Days" LP/CD (March 2004)


On Your Wings (live at Bonnaroo Music Festival 2005)
first released on: "Live Bonnaroo 11th June 2005" internet only download (Summer 2005)


Overhead
first released on: "Tour EP" CD (2002)


Our Friends Shrine
first released on: recorded as a demo only (unknown date)


Passing Afternoon
first released on: "Our Endless Numbered Days" LP/CD (March 2004)
also released on: Houston Party Records various artists compilation CD "Autumn Sampler.04"
also released on: "Passing Afternoon" CD-single (October 2004)


The Past And Pending (Shins)
first released on: various artists compilation CD that came with an issue of French magazine "Magic" (April 2003)
also released on: various artists compilation CD "This Shit Is Immortal" that came with issue #2 of UK magazine "Bang" (May 2003)
note: a Shins song performed by James Mercer of The Shins, Sam Beam of Iron & Wine, and Rosie Thomas;
the original version of this song can be found on The Shins album "Oh, Inverted World" from 2001


Peng! 33 (Stereolab cover)
first released on: various artists compilation CD that came with art magazine/book "Yeti" issue #2 (2003)
also released on: Rough Trade/Mute various artists compilation CD "Rough Trade Shops Counter Culture 2003" (February 2004)
also released on: "iTunes Exclusive" download only EP (June 2004)
note: the Stereolab version of the song can be found on their "Peng!" album from 1992


Phoenix
first released on: recorded as a demo only (unknown date)


Prison On Route 41
first released on: "In The Reins" EP CD with Calexico (September 2005)
note: originally performed live by Iron & Wine only


Promise What You Will
first released on: "The Creek Drank The Cradle" CD/LP (September 2002/May 2003)


Promising Light
first released on: "The Creek Drank The Cradle" CD/LP (September 2002/May 2003)


Radio War
first released on: "Our Endless Numbered Days" LP/CD (March 2004)


Rattling Bone
first released on: recorded as a demo only (October 2001)


Red Dust
first released on: "Tour EP" CD (2002)


Red Dust (new version w/ Calexico)
first released on: "In The Reins" EP CD with Calexico (September 2005)


Red Rover (Rosie Thomas)
first released on: Rosie Thomas - Only With Laughter Can You Win
also released on: "Sub Pop: Patient Zero" various artists compilation CD (June 2004)
note: Sam Beam of Iron & Wine joins Rosie on "Red Rover," a result of their Winter/Spring 2003 tour with James Mercer of the Shins


The Rooster Moans
first released on: "The Creek Drank The Cradle" CD/LP (September 2002/May 2003)


Running Dry (requiem for The Rockets) (Neil Young cover)
first released on: performed live only
note: Neil Young's version of the song is on his album with Crazy Horse "Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere" from 1969


Sacred Vision
first released on: various artists compilation CD that came with magazine "Sound Collector" issue #8 (late 2002/early 2003)


The Sea And The Rhythm
first released on: "Tour EP" CD (2002)
also released on: "The Sea & the Rhythm" EP CD (September 2003)


Sinning Hands
first released on: ltd. ed. bonus 7" single that came with "Our Endless Numbered Days" CD (March 2004)
also released on: "iTunes Exclusive" download only EP (June 2004)


16, Maybe Less
first released on: "In The Reins" EP CD with Calexico (September 2005)
note: originally recorded as a Iron & Wine demo (October 2001)


Sleeping Diagonally (The Six Parts Seven track re.made by Sam Beam of Iron & Wine)
first released on: The Six Parts Seven CD "Lost Notes From Forgotten Songs" (November 2003)
note: The original instrumental (!) version of this track appears on The Six Parts Seven's album "Things Shaped In Passing" from March 2002


Smokestack Lightning (Howlin' Wolf cover)
first released on: various artists compilation CD "Hope Isn't A Word - Comes with a Smile Vol. 11" that came with magazine "Comes With A Smile" issue #15 (July 2004)
note: recorded live at The Borderline, London, May 19, 2004;
Howlin' Wolf's version is from 1951 and was originally titled "Crying At Daybreak"


Sodom, South Georgia
first released on: "Our Endless Numbered Days" LP/CD (March 2004)


Sodom, South Georgia (live session)
first released on: "Live Session (iTunes Exclusive)" download only EP (February 2006)


Someday The Waves
first released on: "Tour EP" CD (2002)
also released on: "The Sea & the Rhythm" EP CD (September 2003)


Southern Anthem
first released on: "The Creek Drank The Cradle" CD/LP (September 2002/May 2003)
also released on: "Sub Pop: Infecting The Galaxy One Planet At A Time" various artists compilation CD (January 2003)


Southern Anthem (live at Bonnaroo Music Festival 2005)
first released on: "Live Bonnaroo 11th June 2005" internet only download (Summer 2005)


The Specter Of Jasper County
first released on: unknown


Such Great Heights (The Postal Service cover)
first released on: The Postal Service CD EP "Such Great Heights" (January 2003)
also released on: various artists soundtrack CD "Garden State" (August 2004)
also released on: 2nd LP of the ltd. ed. vinyl version of The Postal Service album "Give Up" (November 2004)
note: The Postal Service's version of the song can be found on their album "Give Up" originally from 2003


The Sun Will Rise
first released on: recorded as a demo only (unknown date)


Sunset Soon Forgotten
first released on: "Our Endless Numbered Days" LP/CD (March 2004)
also released on: various artists soundtrack CD "In Good Company" (January 2005)


Sunset Soon Forgotten (live at Bonnaroo Music Festival 2005)
first released on: "Live Bonnaroo 11th June 2005" internet only download (Summer 2005)


Swans And The Swimming
first released on: ltd. ed. bonus CD-single that came with "Our Endless Numbered Days" CD (March 2004)


Teeth In The Grass
first released on: "Our Endless Numbered Days" LP/CD (March 2004)


Teeth In The Grass (live at Bonnaroo Music Festival 2005)
first released on: "Live Bonnaroo 11th June 2005" internet only download (Summer 2005)


This Solemn Day
first released on: recorded as a demo only (unknown date)


Thousand Miles
first released on: recorded as a demo only (unknown date)


The Trapeze Swinger
first released on: various artists soundtrack CD "In Good Company" (January 2005)


The Trapeze Swinger (live at Bonnaroo Music Festival 2005)
first released on: "Live Bonnaroo 11th June 2005" internet only download (Summer 2005)


The Trapeze Swinger (clean) (live session)
first released on: "Live Session (iTunes Exclusive)" download only EP (February 2006)
note: this version is the same as the one below, except for the F word that has just been blanked out


The Trapeze Swinger (live session)
first released on: "Live Session (iTunes Exclusive)" download only EP (February 2006)


Two Hungry Blackbirds
first released on: recorded as a demo only (unknown date)


Upward Over The Mountain
first released on: "The Creek Drank The Cradle" CD/LP (September 2002/May 2003)


Upward Over The Mountain (live at Bonnaroo Music Festival 2005)
first released on: "Live Bonnaroo 11th June 2005" internet only download (Summer 2005)


Wade Across The Water
first released on: recorded as a demo only (September 2002)


Waitin' For A Superman (Flaming Lips cover)
first released on: various artists compilation CD that came with art magazine/book "Yeti" issue #2 (2003)
note: The Flaming Lips version of the song is on their album "The Soft Bulletin" from 1999


Waitin' For A Superman (Flaming Lips cover) (live KCRW)
first released on: various artists compilation CD "Sounds Eclectic 3" (October 2004/January 2005)
note: recorded live in session for "Morning Becomes Eclectic", KCRW 89.9FM, Santa Monica, CA, December 6, 2002;
The Flaming Lips version of the song is on their album "The Soft Bulletin" from 1999


Watch And Chain
first released on: performed live only


We All, Us Three, Will Ride (Will Oldham cover)
first released on: various artists tribute 2CD "I Am A Cold Rock. I Am Dull Grass. A Tribute To The Music Of Will Oldham" (August 2004)
to be released on: the single disc rerelease of "I Am A Cold Rock. I Am Dull Grass. A Tribute To The Music Of Will Oldham" (January 2006)
note: Will Oldham's version of the song is on his Palace Music release "Viva Last Blues" from 1995 as well as on the Will Oldham "We All, Us Three, Will Ride" 7" from 2002


Weary Memory
first released on: "The Creek Drank The Cradle" CD/LP (September 2002/May 2003)


Wild Horses (Rolling Stones cover)
first released on: performed live only
note: The Rolling Stones' orginal version of this song is to be found on their album "Sticky Fingers" from 1971


The Wind Is Low
first released on: recorded as a demo only (unknown date)


Woman King
first released on: "Woman King" EP CD (February 2005)


Woman King (live at Bonnaroo Music Festival 2005)
first released on: "Live Bonnaroo 11th June 2005" internet only download (Summer 2005)


"The Years Seal Their Beauty"
first released on: recorded as a demo only (unknown date)
note: exact title unknown so far ...


"Your Blue Eyes"
first released on: recorded as a demo only (unknown date)
note: exact title unknown so far ...


Go to the Passing Afternoon Collection directory to find a lot of the songs listed above for your listening pleasure!
Regular releases aren't available for downloading, because: support the artist by buying their music!


This page is part of the Iron & Wine illustrated discography ...

© 2004-2006 Ger Potze & Leo Meijer

ironandwine@gerpotze.com

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