Wind's Poem

Mount Eerie - Wind's Poem
Critic Score
Based on 9 reviews
2009 Ratings: #12 / 833
User Score
Based on 63 ratings
2009 Ratings: #22
August 18, 2009 / Release Date
LP / Format
P.W. Elverum & Sun / Label
Indie Folk / Genres
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MarkCooper
83
Favorite Tracks: Ancient Questions, Stone's Ode, (something), Through the Trees
EMR
83
Wind's Poem is probably the most straight-forward, incisive and immediate Mount Eerie records. This album shows some of Elverum's most heavy works to date, bringing up some black metal influences (which he would bring again in Sauna, but not with the same edge), and while the 12 songs here don't connect necessarily to the usual abstract, psychedelic and formless sonority Elverum puts up under the Mount Eerie moniker, Wind's Poem doesn't loose in emotion, poetry and transcendental-ness to the ... read more
WildChameleon
86
Between two mysteries <3
chessmess
85
Shattering, glitchy, specked with goose bumps.
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Track List

  1. Wind's Dark Poem
  2. Through the Trees
  3. My Heart Is Not at Peace
  4. Hidden Stone Listen 
  5. Wind Speaks
  6. Summons
  7. Mouth of Sky
  8. Between Two Mysteries 
  9. Ancient Questions
  10. (Something)
  11. Lost Wisdom, Pt. 2
  12. Stone's Ode

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