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Ben Nichols - The Last Pale Light In The West (Vinyl)

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  1. rows · Ben Nichols. Ben Nichols is American alt country musician, best known for being .
  2. Listing is for one sealed vinyl album, "The Last Pale Light in the West" by Ben Nichols of Lucero. g vinyl. *See pics, corners have small dents. Free next day shipping with tracking!Seller Rating: % positive.
  3. Sep 12,  · There's a light yet to be found Chorus Em D C G The last pale light in the west Em D C G The last pale light in the west Int Em | | G | ||x2 Verse 2 Em G Em G And I ask for no redemption in this cold n' barren place C Em D C Still I see a faint reflection and so by it got my way Chorus Em D C G The last pale light in the west Em D C G The last.
  4. Jun 24,  · Ben Nichols’ EP The Last Pale Light in the West has received a repressing on gram red vinyl, courtesy of Total Treble. You can pick up the newly reissued 12″ here. Tags: Ben Nichols, Total Treble. James Cassar James Cassar is Modern Vinyl's Managing News Editor and a co-host of The Modern Vinyl Podcast. He is also an artist .
  5. Lyrics to 'The Last Pale Light In The West' by Ben Nichols. In my hands, I hold the ashes In my veins, black pitch runs In my chest, a fire catches In my .
  6. Last Pale Light In The West buy CD music This is a hidden gem of a record by the lead singer of Lucero, Ben Nichols. The subject matter on the record was taken from the book "Blood Meridian" by Cormac McCarthy and throughout the record each .
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  8. In , Cormac McCarthy published Blood Meridian. In , Ben Nichols, frontman for rock/southern alt-country outfit Lucero, put out a short album titled The Last Pale Light In The West, featuring tracks based on McCarthy's book. How does the album compare to the source material? And can an album ever be a worthy adaptation of a book?

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