Review: Iron & Wine "Ghost on Ghost" - BassPlayer.com

Review: Iron & Wine "Ghost on Ghost"

Thanks to Tony Garnier on electric bass and Tony Scherr on upright, Sam Beam’s lo-fi indie-folk writing style has evolved to include a broader reach of genres.
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Thanks to Tony Garnier on electric bass and Tony Scherr on upright, Sam Beam’s lo-fi indie-folk writing style has evolved to include a broader reach of genres. This time Beam marries his melancholic crooning to jazz and blues vibes carried by their veteran bass playing.

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