Imagine a band so indebted to the likes of Bob Dylan, the Band and Dr. John that their music comes off like the last 25 years never happened, straight-up rock devoid of pretense or any definable link to Cobain or Yorke, played by two young guys. That's the Weber Brothers. Sure, they cut their teeth backing up Ronnie Hawkins, but they find their own voice on Lost And Found, their second album. In melodically complex rock numbers, saxes, trumpets and trombones add subtle textures to Sam's world-weary voice, which has developed a unique timbre only hinted at on the Webers' debut set. It's kinda the album I hoped the Wallflowers would drop instead of that One Headlight deal. If you're searching for the perfect disc to spin between Desire and Music From Big Pink, look no further.