It's always a pleasure to get a new recording by Munde, one of our favorite 5-string banjo pickers. While this CD is new to the market, it actually consists of previous recordings that were not used on past projects, so there's a variety of material here, some of it fine and some just ordinary because of rather weak vocals. Highlights here are clearly the instrumental cuts that spotlight Munde's creative ideas and arrangements --these include SWEET DIXIE, HICKORY HOLLOW, LITTLE RABBIT, WAIT TIL THE SUN SHINES NELLIE, LITTLE DARLING PAL OF MINE and a wonderful version of CINDY that features just Munde's banjo with Joe Carr on mandolin. The best cuts (those listed above) include superior work by David Grier (guitar), Mike Compton (mandolin), Roland White, the late Gene Wooten (dobro) and Billy Joe Foster. Some neat stuff here.