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Lost and Found

by Sherman & Lee

A captivating and bluesy blend of folk, roots, country and pop that combines the sweet vocals of Lee and the edgy vocals and soul-touching lyrics of Sherman, creating an original sound that lingers long after the last note.
Genre: Folk: Folk Blues
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1. Prettiest Flower
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2. Bed of Rusty Nails
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3. Donut Shop
4:03 $0.99
4. Light in Your Eyes
3:50 $0.99
5. Just Lucky I Guess
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6. Blue Moon
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7. It's All Right
4:28 $0.99
8. It's Over
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9. Red Haired Woman
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10. Come On Over Baby
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11. Long Hard Ride
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Album Notes
They like to tell each other it was meant to be. They met in a bistro in a farm community outside Montreal. They were sharing a bill on a brittle February night. Sherman found Lee’s look and soulful singing mesmerizing; she found Sherman’s songs, lyrics and voice fascinating. They talked, exchanged email, and soon started performing together. Soon after David Sherman and Nancy Lee lived together and became Sherman & Lee.
They sang of the magic and misery that is love, of disintegrating cities and broken dreams, of lost souls and magic moments. The songs are poignant and disarming. Audiences confessed some songs made them cry, some made them laugh. Couples often started holding hands as they listened. Their songs touch a lot of nerves.
At shows they began to sprinkle stories of how they met and where the songs came from. And at a sold out dinner show in Montreal, Guy Sprung, artistic director of Infinitheatre, where Sherman is writer-in-residence, was only one of a few people who suggested why not string the stories and songs together into a narrative and do a musical theatre piece. He called it “docutheatre.”
Sherman and Lee had come from hard times. They were older and maybe a little wiser. There were stories to tell. And mixed with a little fiction, they created Lost & Found, a 90-minute musical with some of Montreal’s best musicians, Stephen Barry and Andrew Cowan of the Stephen Barry Blues Band and John McColgan, a former member of the band, a drummer and producer. They workshopped the play three times in front of audiences and are now preparing for an extended run this coming theatre season and a tour with the play.
Lost & Found, the soundtrack CD, is produced by McColgan, with Barry and Erik West Millette on bass, Cowan on acoustic and electric guitars, Tony Costantini on keyboards, Jody Golick on sax and Joel Zifkin on violin, with Sherman & Lee on vocals and acoustic guitars

“Their voices are extremely well matched with each other and the songwriting … it would be next to impossible to improve on the music. This bears repeating, go see them whenever you can.”
- J. David Bush, The Eastern Door



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