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It's About Time

by Sarah Goslee Reed

Have you ever been walking down a street and noticed a penny on the sidewalk? Whether or not you bent down to pick it up, it may have given you a twinge of “ feeling lucky ” to have seen it.
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1. White Picket Fences
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2. Goin' Back
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3. I Hear the Birds
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4. Flower Press
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5. Fireflies
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6. Undo
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7. All I Know
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8. When the Children Come Home
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9. Smilin' on Me
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10. Worry
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11. Time to Finish
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12. The Real Thing
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13. Like the Light of the Moon
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I adored Sarah Goslee Reed. I loved her the first time I heard her all those years ago. I mourned the loss of "Magic Pockets", but now I know how to get her CDs!. While talking to her Friday evening, she made me feel as if we were long-lost friends. Her song about "when the children come home, all is well in a mother's nest" made me cry (as it did another lady sitting in front of me). I'm already feeling that "empty nest" bittersweetness coming on as my little babies are now teens. They grew so fast, and it makes a mother's heart ache to think of them being on their own very soon (even though it's a good thing!). I miss nuzzling a soft little neck, kissing chubby cheeks, and a little boy and girl cuddled in my lap as I read them their favorite stories. Such sweet serendipity. That's why Sarah Goslee Reed is a treasure to me--she sings from every mother's heart. So glad you had her come to Highlands. - Linda

Have you ever been walking down a street and noticed a penny on the sidewalk? Whether or not you bent down to pick it up, it may have given you a twinge of “ feeling lucky ” to have seen it. And if it had been a dime or a quarter, perhaps you would have picked it up and put it in a pocket or purse, and your feeling of good fortune would have been that much more. And if it had been a dollar, or more, well……..

We can relate to these good feelings, for from time to time we have “found” a fortune in great talent that we had not been aware of before that moment of discovery. This year we have had a number of those experiences – most recently Sarah Goslee Reed. Those who came to her performance know exactly what we are talking about.

We are inspired after Friday night’s wonderful performance by Sarah, to write and tell you of our feelings. Her voice was exquisite – clear, pure and most appealing. Her original songs were of real life events, happy memories of childhood, of family and friends, living life to its fullest. - Fate and Melanie

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Mark Jordan

Sarah Goslee Reed’s new album, “It’s About Time,” lives up to its title in more
The album opens with the nostalgic “White Picket Fences,” which wonders where the world of the songwriter’s youth has evaporated to, and then moves on to “Goin’ Back,” one of the standout tracks, which sets off on an active quest to reclaim lost dreams. Buoyed by delicious harmonies from Lisa Biales, Reed achieves a remarkable balance between sounding openly vulnerable and sounding vital and quietly unstoppable.
Though her voice is quite conventionally pretty, Sarah has grown over the years to allow a more natural, conversational feel to warm her vocals... mellowing without losing its bloom, and her guitar-playing complements it with a mixture of comfortable strumming and melodic finger-picking.
In sum, I encourage others to explore Reed’s output of down-to-earth, uplifting Americana in this album, as well as her earlier efforts. She covers a wide enough range that different people will find their own favorites among her works, favorites which will last over the years. And this album proves, once again, that insightful artists aren’t always distant figures living in far-off cities. Sometimes they live next door and draw their inspiration out of the very same soil we walk upon every day.
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