1993
Label: Bobville Production - JT83 • Format: Cassette • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country •
Lost Indian - The Red Hots (2) - Impeached (Cassette)

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The Lost Indian, confusion. from the session at the Red Beastie pub, in Forres, there’s a set developing with the Lost Indian being the opener. I went to the tune in the Session and the dots don’t match up with the common tune played on U tube. There’s also a screaming match about something going on, tut, tut.

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  1.  · This is the stable version, checked on 5 November Click on the tune title to see or modify Lost Indian (2)'s annotations. If the link is red you can create them using the form provided. Browse Properties Browse/:Lost Indian (2) Record label/Catalogue nr. Lost Indian [2] Gone Indian Source: Howdy Forrester, learned from Uncle John Composer/Core Source: Uncle John Wills.

  2. - "Lost Indian" is not traceable as a tune, because it is not a typical British-American tune in the first place. It is imitative, and what it purports to imitate is a call of an American Indian--perhaps a communication call for use in the woods. Songs or tunes that imitate or evoke American Indians are long established in the culture of the.

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