Lost and Found

Genres: Country & Bluegrass
Tags: psychedelic speedwood seen live psychedelic rock 60s aor christian psytrance acoustic psychedelia amazing garage rock bluegrass texas independent saw live bridges heavy psych christian indie baum Powered by AudioScrobbler
Decades: 2000s


This US group was formed in Houston, Texas in 1965 and originally known as the Misfits. The quartet - Jimmy Frost (lead guitar), Peter Black (guitar/vocals), James Harrell (bass), and Steve Webb (drums) - enjoyed a residency at the city’s Living Eye Club and became friendly with the Thirteenth Floor Elevators following frequent trips to Austin. The latter’s guitarist, Roky Erickson, introduced Lost And Found to the International Artists label, a debt they repaid by including the Elevator’s ‘Don’t Fall Down’ on Everybody’s Here. Although pleasant, the album lacked incisiveness, but a later single, ‘When Will You Come Through?’/‘Professor Black’, showed a greater sense of purpose. Lost And Found split up in 1968, although Black and Harrell resurfaced in stablemates Endle (latter Potter) St. Cloud.

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