Lost & Profound
|Lost & Profound|
|Origin||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
Lost & Profound is a Canadian folk rock band that originated in the early 1990s. Originally from Calgary, Alberta, where they began under the name The Psychedelic Folk Virgins, the band consisted of vocalist Lisa Boudreau and guitarist Terry Tompkins, with a varying roster of supporting musicians that included Anton Evans on bass, Vic D'Arsie on keyboards, and Curtis Driedger, Allen Baekeland and David Quinton-Steinberg on drums.
Boudreau and Tompkins, signed as Lost & Profound to PolyGram Records in 1992, released their self-titled debut produced by Richard Bennett scoring a Top 20 hit with the single "Brand New Set of Lies". Other singles from the album included "Curb the Angels" and "Winter Raging". They garnered a Juno Award nomination for Most Promising Group at the 1993 Juno Awards.
The band followed up with Memory Thief released on PolyGram Records in 1994, which spawned the singles "Miracles Happen" and "Invitation". Memory Thief was also produced by Richard Bennett and featured musicians Jamie Stewart (bass), Kenny Greenberg (guitar), and Michael Organ (drums). Boudreau and Tompkins recorded a faithful recreation of Some Velvet Morning, the 1967 psychedelic duet by Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood for inclusion on Memory Thief. Producer Bennett brought in arranger Billy Strange to conduct his original orchestral score from the 1967 Sinatra/Hazlewood session.
Love's Sweet Messenger was released independently in 1996. Boudreau and Tompkins subsequently pursued different directions.
After a prolonged break, Boudreau and Tompkins reunited as Lost & Profound in 2015, co-producing and releasing a new album Goodbye Mine.
The Psychedelic Folk Virgins
- 1989: The Bottled Romance of Nowhere
- 1990: The Psychedelic Folk Virgins
Lost & Profound
- 1992: Lost & Profound (Polydor/Polygram) 5132512
- 1994: Memory Thief (Polydor/Polygram) 5195182
- 1996: Love's Sweet Messenger
- 2015: Goodbye Mine (Drunk Boat Records)
Red Suede Red
- 2002: Red Suede Red
- Lost & Profound at Jam!'s Pop Music Encyclopedia.
- Sharp, Keith. "TLost and Profound Keep It All In The Family", Music Express, Canada, 15 April 2016. Retrieved on 24 August 2016.
- "Lost & Profound". Retrieved 21 July 2015.
- "Lost & Profound - Goodbye Mine Review". New Canadian Music. Retrieved 21 July 2015.
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