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One, For Words

27 Aug 2012 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 27 Aug 2012
  • Label: Beatnik Geek Records
  • Copyright: 2012 Matthew and Julia Lowe
  • Total Length: 39:28
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  • ASIN: B009L7MPJ2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 11,029 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Paul Blaney on 23 April 2013
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Saw these support The Leisure Society this week. I was so impressed that I bought the album there and then (for 10, what was I thinking?/). Anyway, I can't regret splashing the cash too much as they are clever folk in Keston Cobblers Club. Lovely folk songs. If you can, find them live, ideally on their current tour with TLS (who are superb).
KCC are so full of energy on stage with a warm and welcoming stage presence. The music brought a smile to everyones face. I think the music is slightly better live but still, very good on CD.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. T. J. Thwaites on 17 April 2013
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Discovered as the support band to Leisure Society, the instrumentation reminds me of favourites like Beirut and Hhymn, but the actual songs remind more of Yann Tiersen (if you don't know, that's the guy who did the wonderful accordian-drenched soundtrack to the film "Amelie"), Mumfords, (though less Earnest Songs about Life and Faith, Keston do their equally heartfelt romanticism on a more domestic scale) and, I dunno, the brass band playing at an english country village fete. Plinky, quirky, warm-hearted gorgeousness.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ms. K. M. Fussell on 24 Jan 2013
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I bought this album on the strength of a tweet from Simon Mayo which said it was as though Mumford & Sons had been produced by Neil Hannon! Not sure I totally agree, but it's a fantastic album!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Djoga on 13 Oct 2012
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After the release of their debut single `You-go' (featured on the album), which gained national radio play and critical
acclaim for its unique video , the band went on to release a five track limited edition physical EP `Welcome to the Club'
which sold out in under five months. They followed this release with a string of UK gigs including the main support for
folk heavyweights Seth Lakeman, Liz Green and Finbar Furey during their sell out tours and have been invited to play
numerous UK festivals including Bestival, Wilderness, Cambridge Folk Festival, Larmer Tree and Wychwood.

The album draws from a list of musical influences: with Matthew and the rest of the band's classical training and
participation in youth orchestras merging with their love of folk, bluegrass and alternative genres - the album boasts a
unique sound throughout and was used by Ross Noble as the sole soundtrack to his "Sit Down Tour", six-episode
series, for this reason.

`Where did this band come from? One of the best new discoveries I made' - Steve Lamacq - BBC Radio 2 / BBC 6 Music

`Keston Cobblers' Club. What a fantastic discovery' - Bob Harris, BBC Radio 2

`One, For Words' is an album that succeeds in having it's cake and eating it. It is at once a thing of gentle beauty, it's combination of ukulele and brass perfect for the free and easy festival season, and a thing of dark angst: of confusion and disorientation - of self-doubt and fear of failure ... `There are few perfectly formed things in this world, but the Keston Cobblers' Club album may be one of them.' - Stephen Morris (Rock Kent)
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