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1. Cripple Creek
2. Trouble In Mind
3. Sally Goodin'
4. Maiden's Prayer
5. Wheel Hoss
6. Sally Johnson
7. Lonsome Moonlight Waltz
8. Road to Columbus
9. Lost Indian
10. McHattie's Waltz
11. Soppin' the Gravy
12. Hamilton Special
13. Tennessee Waltz
14. Ragtime Annie

Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 1, 2004)
  • Original Release Date: August 1, 2004
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Self
  • ASIN: B0006ZP3ZG
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,835,096 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Frank J. Welte on March 17, 2007
Format: Audio CD
MIKE BARNETT--LOST INDIAN [October 2005 Issue]
BLUEGRASS UNLIMITED REVIEW

Fourteen year old Mike Barnett has been playing fiddle since age ten, when he began studying with Crystal Plohman, who runs the fiddling program at Vanderbilt University. His exceptional promise is demonstrated not only by the fact that he has a solo album out at such a young age, but also by the sidemen who have agreed to accompany him; these include such a list of names as guitarists Bryan Sutton and Cody Kilby, and banjoist Charlie Cushman.

The repertoire he's chosen is a nice mixture of the obvious ("Sally Goodin," "Lost Indian," "Ragtime Annie") and the less familiar (Aubrey Haynie's composition "Hamilton Special," a slow and soulful rendition of the blues classic "Trouble In Mind"), and his energetic virtuosity brings a fresh flavor to even the most tired standards. Quibbles? Maybe one or two--his phrasing on "Cripple Creek" is sometimes just a bit blocky, and his rendition of "Trouble In Mind" would have benefited from a more varied range of intensity.

But the fact that these minor issues count as "flaws" only tells you how consistently fine this album is. Barnett has an exquisite sense of melody and his intonation is as true as that of the finest and most experienced fiddlers in the business. He is equally at home playing the blues, swing, and oldtime numbers, and at an age when even the finest future fiddlers are only showing great promise, he plays with the maturity and range of someone twice his age. Watch out for this guy. RA

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RHYMES WITH ORANGE "While the term "prodigy" is probably overused, Barnett is undoubtedly one talented kid.
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By Magpie on April 11, 2007
Format: Audio CD
I love Mike's music - I met his cousin in a coffee shop in Oregon who handed me the CD and asked me to play it over our speakers. Before the CD was done playing I bought a copy of it because I was so impressed with the uplifting and sophisticated tunes. Thanks to Mike's cousin for introducing this incredible musician to me, and thanks to Mike - keep on playin'!

PS- Lost Indian is my favorite "feel good music" choice in my entire collection.
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