Loren Solin | Never Too Late

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Never Too Late

by Loren Solin

Santa Barbara architect catches the "Gotta Make Music" bug rather late in life and ends up surprising himself and all his friends.....check this out!
Genre: Folk: Folk Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Get Rhythm
3:15 album only
2. Going, Going, Gone
4:37 album only
3. Ordinary Things
3:49 album only
4. Sierra
4:09 album only
5. Things Have Changed
5:21 album only
6. Crying in the Rain
3:20 album only
7. Dream Baby
3:13 album only
8. I Am the Ride
3:50 album only
9. Gentle On My Mind
4:05 album only
10. Some Lonesome Picker
4:05 album only
11. Scotch and Soda
3:18 album only
12. Leave the Light On
4:09 album only


Album Notes
So....when I turned 60, I sat down and did a little life review. What I discovered was that in spite of a lot of crazy and impulsive stuff, I had very few regrets. However, one thing that stood out as a big exception, was never having taken the time to really learn to play an instrument well, or to sing, or to somehow make music a part of my everyday life. After a few days of wrestling with the voice that said "Well you blew it, it's way too late", I resolved to give it a try. I bought a cheap guitar, committed to practice an hour a day for 2 years, and made a promise to stay positive. I figured by the end of that time if I wasn't having fun......well at least I tried. That was nearly 10 years ago, and I have managed to keep surprising myself. This CD is a testimonial to persistence and having a lot of really talented friends. I am so grateful each day that I chose to walk through that door. It's never too late.



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