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It's About Time

Lost & Found

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Album Review

As Bill C. Malone points out in the liner notes, there's a certain old-fashioned quality to Lost & Found that never seems self-conscious or premeditated. In other words, the group never seems to be purposely trying to counter progressive bluegrass. Instead, It's About Time includes the same kind of music that the band might play at a local festival or on the back porch. Guitarist Barry Berrier, bassist Allen Mills, mandolinist Dempsey Young, and banjoist Ronald Smith form a small but nicely matched unit. Indeed, Lost & Found's small size works to the group's advantage, guaranteeing plenty of space for a spare, clean sound. The band also avoids fancy soloing and breakneck pacing. Pieces like "Teardrops in My Eyes" and "The Hurt's All Gone" roll along like a lazy afternoon, while old classics like "Down the Road" and "Wreck of the Old '97" receive respectful treatments. Mills sings most of the lead vocals and, interestingly, often adds a bass vocal to match his lead. Berrier also sings a number of fine leads, including the fun ghost song "Cold, Icy Fingers." While Lost & Found may have had no conscious intention of making a traditional bluegrass album, the results are the same. Fans, traditionalists, and anyone who longs for the simpler things of yesteryear will enjoy It's About Time. ~ Ronnie D. Lankford Jr., Rovi

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