Record Store Day 2018

Lost And Found Records
Record Store Day 2018

It’s our favorite holiday of the year, and here’s what’s happening:

6pm Magnapop (ATL)
5pm BARK.
4pm Paperwork
3pm Lavish Boars
2pm The Whole Wizard
1pm The Jank
Noon Shayla McDaniel

Knoxville Freaks Tribute to The Stooges
with Members of Wampus Cat, Evil Twin, and Melungeons

Our friends over at Harby’s Pizza & Deli will be serving delicious pizza all day.

And, of course, we’ll have LOTS OF RECORDS for you … Continue

New to Lost & Found Records: Zachariah Soundtrack

Lost & Found RecordsIn the “New to Lost & Found” bin we feature the original motion picture soundtrack Zachariah (ABC Records ABCS-OC-13, 1971) featuring Country Joe & the Fish, The James Gang, Doug Kershaw, The New York Rock Ensemble, White Lightnin’ and Elvin Jones, with seven tracks scored and conducted by Jimmie Haskell [Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry (1974) among other films as well as stints conducting music for numerous TV shows including “Hollywood Squares” (1965) and “Bewitched” (1966)].

The film was billed as “the first electric Western,” and the soundtrack veers … Continue

InStore @ Lost & Found Records: The Angels

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Smash Records (MGS 27039) 1963

Originally named The Starlets, Jersey band The Angels were part of the early ’60s wave of American girl groups. The Starlets had a few early regional hits and mostly contributed backing vocals for other artists in the studio. After a series of personnel changes and lack of any meaningful success in the music business, original members Barbara and Phyllis Allbut went back to school.

As luck would have it, producer Gerry Granahan, who originally had rejected the band, decided to give them … Continue

In-Store @ Lost & Found: The Supremes

Lost & Found RecordsMeet the Supremes

(Motown Stereo MT-606, S-606)

And we’re not talking about the highest court in the U.S.

Tracked in 1960-61, and originally released in Mono in 1962, Meet the Supremes was The Supremes debut record. Most of the LP features the quartet of teenagers originally known as the the Primettes – Diana Ross, Mary Wilson, Florence Ballard, and Barbara Martin – but by the time of the original release and name change, Martin had left the band. Although her vocals remain on the tracks, she was not included in … Continue

InStore @ Lost & Found Records: Booker T. & the M.G.s

Up Tight!

(Stax STS2006, January 1969)

Lost & Found Records - Up Tight!

New to the bins at Lost & Found Records, today’s featured “InStore” is the soundtrack to the film Uptight.

Hailing from Memphis, Tennessee, Booker T. & the M.G.s initially came together to provide backing music for recording artists on the Stax label. They were propelled to the top of the charts in their own right with an organ riff they came up with between sessions one day. That riff became “Green Onions” (1962).

In 1968 Booker T. Jones was asked to score the … Continue