Nigel Ball | Shadow of the Sin

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Shadow of the Sin

by Nigel Ball

Session musician takes you on an upbeat journey through the end of one relationship to the start of another.
Genre: Rock: British Blues
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1. Shutting the Door
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2. You Gonna Let Me In
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3. Takes More to Walk Away
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4. So the Feelings Go
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5. What I Say
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6. Stone Pillows
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7. Shadow of the Sin
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8. No Matter
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9. Meet You in the Middle
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10. Long Way Down
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11. You Don't Have to Understand
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12. Blue Sunday
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This album is a journey through the end of one relationship to the start of another.

It is dedicated to that part of us that always belongs to someone else.

The part of us that is conceived by loneliness and nurtured by desire.

The part of us that tricks us into believing that 1+1=1.

The part of us that once hurt so much, it crushed the beautiful butterfly that landed in our hands.

The part of us that took our half-full glass and subtly returned it to us half-empty.

But be thankful for the lessons you learnt, from these crimes of the heart and these games of the mind.

For, even when your glass is completely drained in the name of love, by staying optimistic, you somehow manage to cling, by your fingernails and fingertips, on to your glass.

Grip tight and don't let go, now! Because the pessimist, in their frustration, threw their glass away and broke it into many pieces.

By doing so, it can never be refilled.

Nigel Ball,
January 2013.


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