Legends of the Lost and Found

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Legends Of The Lost And Found
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Original LP back cover
Live album by Harry Chapin
Released September 29, 1979
Genre Folk rock
Label Elektra
Producer Steve Chapin, Josh Chapin, Jason Dermer
Harry Chapin chronology
Living Room Suite
(1978)
Legends Of The Lost And Found
(1979)
Sequel
(1981)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]

Legends of the Lost and Found: New Greatest Stories Live is the second live album by the American singer/songwriter Harry Chapin, released in 1979 (see 1979 in music). It featured ten new songs plus live versions of six tracks from recent albums. The album was not released on CD until 2005 when the Chapin family acquired the rights to the music. The new version was remixed from the original multitrack recordings by Harry's son Josh (executive producer) and Chapin Foundation board member and archivist Jason Dermer (producer/engineer). While making every attempt to stay true to the original version's sound as mixed by Steve Chapin, the new release features a revised track order that better follows the progression and feel of a Harry Chapin concert from that time period, as well as vocals that, through modern technique, rely less on the overdubs that were used in the original.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Stranger With the Melodies"
  2. "Copper"
  3. "The Day They Closed the Factory Down"
  4. "Pretzel Man"
  5. "If My Mary Were Here" (Chapin)
  6. "Old Folkie" (Chapin)
  7. "Get on With It"
  8. "We Were Three"
  9. "Poor Damned Fool" (Chapin)
  10. "Flowers Are Red" (Chapin)
  11. "Mail Order Annie" (Chapin)
  12. "Odd Job Man"
  13. "Legends of the Lost and Found"
  14. "Tangled up Puppet" (Chapin, Chapin)
  15. "Corey's Coming" (Chapin)
  16. "You Are the Only Song"

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