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Lost and Found

Lost and Found

Lost and Found


There are multiple bands with the name "Lost and Found." (1) A 1960's garage/psychedelic band from Houston, Texas, featuring former members of the Misfits (another garage band, not Glenn Danzig's band) and part of the International Artists scene (13th Floor Elevators, Endle St. Cloud, etc.) (2) A "speedwood" or "acoustic thrash" duo at "the intersection of the Ramones and John Denver." George Baum plays piano and Michael Bridges plays guitar. Read more on Last.fm
There are multiple bands with the name "Lost and Found." (1) A 1960's garage/psychedelic band from Houston, Texas, featuring former members of the Misfits (another garage band, not Glenn Danzig's band) and part of the International Artists scene (13th Floor Elevators, Endle St. Cloud, etc.) (2) A "speedwood" or "acoustic thrash" duo at "the intersection of the Ramones and John Denver." George Baum plays piano and Michael Bridges plays guitar. Lost And Found songs are notable for the catchy tunes and the ability to communicate quite a lot in under three minutes. The music is organic and fun, with lyrics commenting on life, faith, travel, friends and relationships.

Michael and George grew up a few blocks from each other in Niagara Falls, New York. Currently, George lives in New York City, and Michael lives in Los Angeles, California. Lost And Found's discography (speedwood.com) includes Pronto, Something Different, Something, THIS, Speedwood 1, 2 and 3, Sikkibahm, Just George, The Lost And Found Christmas Album, and Speedwood Hymns; however, "As You Sow" is not an album by Michael Bridges and George Baum. (3) Matthew Stead and Jen Hall from British indiepop bands A Fine Day For Sailing and Banana Louie (Matthew's project with Sharon Leach). Wonderful ukulele, xylophone based indiepop, in the vein of Beach Boys and Mamas and the Papas. Their album 'Un, Deux, Trois, Quatre' for free download here: http://afinedayforsailing.bandcamp.com/album/un-deux-trois-quatre Read more on Last.fm.

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