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Lost and Found II

by Lost and Found II

With tight harmonies and enthusiasm, the music of Lost and Found II returns the listener to the great folk stylings of the 60's.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. The Great Snowman
2:34 album only
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2. Desert Pete
3:05 album only
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3. For Lovin' Me
2:13 album only
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4. Who's Gonna Hold Her Hand
2:39 album only
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5. Puff the Magic Dragon
3:49 album only
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6. Stewball
3:45 album only
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7. What Would You Take For Me
2:08 album only
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8. Bally-O
2:47 album only
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9. Fort Worth Blues
4:43 album only
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10. Ring Around My Rosie
2:23 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Lost and Found II is classic 60's, traditional folk music at its best. The vocals of Rick Stephens and Horace Lewallyn combine tight harmonies with songs that appeal to all generations. When you hear how their voices blend with haunting ballads like "Who's Gonna Hold Her Hand", and traditional classics like "Stewball" you'll hunger for more.

It doesn't stop there. In their début CD, They have included the innocence of youth with "Puff the Magic Dragon", as well as the feel good love songs of "The Great Snowman" and their own "Ring Around My Rosie".

The other original song on the CD is "Bally-O", a song written by the duo to portray the struggle to follow a dream in spite of the hardships along the way. The song was inspired by a man they met while performing in a nightclub in Dallas Texas. Though aging and dying of cancer, Captain Jack managed to fulfill his dream of living his last days on his own boat cruising the Caribbean.

Lost and Found II is not completely stuck in the 60's either, as demonstrated by the more modern tune "Fort Worth Blues". Rounding out the CD are the Classic ballads "For Lovin' Me" and "What Would You Take For Me", as well as the inspirational story of "Desert Pete" who challenged a thirsty cowboy to have faith in what appeared to be a dry water pump.

Lost and Found II is a family oriented group with performances suitable for all ages. Their CD reflects the same.

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Ron and Amy Schmid


Hello from Angels Camp, California.Excellent CD. Very harmonious. Do you also have Christian
music. Would be interested in another CD.
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