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It's bloody freezing, winter is upon us the days are short and the nights are long. Thank goodness for 'Warm Room' the fourth album from The Big Eyes Family Players, kicking jack frost in the nuts and melting your heart with all its bittersweet folk bliss. Apparently this is James Green and Co's attempt at dissecting the genre and after listening some more, that seems logical as it covers various ...

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Warm Room by The Big Eyes Family Players
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8/10 Ant Staff review, 12 November 2009
It's bloody freezing, winter is upon us the days are short and the nights are long. Thank goodness for 'Warm Room' the fourth album from The Big Eyes Family Players, kicking jack frost in the nuts and melting your heart with all its bittersweet folk bliss. Apparently this is James Green and Co's attempt at dissecting the genre and after listening some more, that seems logical as it covers various moods and flavours. The tracks are largely string based instrumentals although we are treated to occasional vocals such as the passionate female vocal on 'A Lick And A Promise'. Also worth noting is that there is a distinct Spanish influence running through several of the tracks. Stylistically Brett is reminded of Matt Elliot's last album. I was over the moon to read the track title of the final number 'Song For Newborough Warren' inspired by the dunes back in the land of my fathers. An amazing place of natural beauty, and so I'm pleased to report this gently building piece with intricate strings and an improvised feel does the location justice.

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