Tag Archives: The Changing Room

The Changing Room, The Magic Of Christmas. E.P. Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 9/10

Language may be a living breathing entity, an important part of what it means to be human, yet it has the despondency, the frightening ability to disappear if not nurtured and cared for. The Cornish language, spoken by so few people in the lands surrounded by the northern waters of Europe was very much in danger of dying out, of becoming as endangered as the once thriving tin mines, yet as the superb Duo that make up The Changing Room, Tanya Brittain and Sam Kelly, note in their third release of the year, The Magic of Christmas is enough to turn any tide and make language loved.

The Changing Room, Picking Up The Pieces. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 8.5/10

There will always come a time when the forces of will that conspire against every human to deal with their innermost anguish and regret will compel them to be seen to be Picking Up The Pieces, to put together the jigsaw of life that breaks apart, that can harm, can damage but ultimately can be, with hope, a new beginning, a new chapter in which to thrive.

The Changing Room, Names On A Wall. E.P. Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 8.5/10

Arguably Cornwall is a county that is only attached to England by two miles of land, a shared sense of love for the seas that surround the British Isles and the high water mark of the River Tamar. The people are proud of their heritage as being seen as part of a Celtic tribe and for many the county has for too long been asleep, like some land expanse dressed in the finery of the princess Sleeping Beauty, only now really starting to have its voice heard as national debate inscribes itself deep in the heart of memory and long forgotten secrets.