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Vicki Morrison Goble | Better Late Than Never

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Better Late Than Never

by Vicki Morrison Goble

This album is sure to appeal to lovers of folk rock music with some bluesy overtones and occasional hints of country music and Celtic influences.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. Wall Seeker
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2. Everybody Wants You, Baby
3:44 $1.00
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3. Sky Lanterns
2:48 $1.00
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4. Sheltered by the Dark
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5. The Mark of the Chains
3:08 $1.00
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6. Makin' Lemonade
2:46 $1.00
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7. Keep the Fire Burning
3:43 $1.00
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8. Forever Together (feat. Linda Kaehne Goble)
4:35 $1.00
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9. My Last Song (feat. Kitty Gale)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
By releasing this, her debut solo album, emerging artist, Vicki Morrison Goble of Late Bloomers Rock, proves it's never too late to try something new, to blaze a new trail, to start a new career.

It's never too late to start over. At any age, you can go back to school, change careers, even change what you believe. Alan Rickman (Snapes from Harry Potter) was never in a movie until he was 42. Van Gogh didn't show any of his art until he was 32. Julia Child hosted her first cooking show at age 50. Colonel Sanders founded Kentucky Fried Chicken when he was 65. Laura Ingalls Wilder was 65 when she published her first book, "Little House in the Big Woods". The list goes on and on and on.

Not only is it not too late, it is even advisable, to try new things. In fact, a person who habitually learns and does new things has a healthier and stronger brain and body and is happier and more well adjusted than a person who lives in a rut.

Vicki says, "I spent most of my life believing I couldn't do things that weren't already a part of my reality. This changed when I read about a music workshop that sounded wonderful to me. 'But,' I said, 'of course, I can't go.' My husband said, 'Why not?' I thought about it. 'Why not, indeed?' was my conclusion. Denying myself permission was a habit I had brought with me from my childhood. I went.

"Since then, I have been training my brain to believe I can try whatever new things I want. I don't need to be an expert. I don't need permission from my mother."

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