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Fell In Love Today - Lee Michaels - Recital (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Lee Eugene Michaels (born Michael Olsen, November 24, , Los Angeles, California, USA) is a Rock musician who sings and accompanies himself on organ, piano, or guitar. He is best known for his energetic virtuosity on the Hammond organ, peaking in with his Top 10 pop hit single, "Do You Know What I Mean".
  2. Nov 18,  · Album I Fell in Love; Writers Benmont Tench, Carlene Carter, Perry Lamek, Howie Epstein; Licensed to YouTube by WMG (on behalf of Warner Nashville); ASCAP, Warner Chappell, BMG Rights Management.
  3. lee michaels live Over 10 yrs ago, I picked this lp up at a yard sale and showed it to my mom and she said the hammond organ looks just like the one grandma used to own and play. It was so unipue that Lee could take that same organ and amplify it and make it rock. Kind of like Billy Preston style but differant.
  4. Nov 20,  · The enigmatic Lee Michaels is back. No, the cult favorite singer-songwriter who once graced the rosters of A&M and Columbia Records hasn't recorded a new album; he's been happily retired from the music business since the early s. But Michaels has given his blessing to a definitive new compact disc.
  5. The Complete A&M Album Collection (7-CD) by Lee Michaels - CD () for $ from viepelcompsandcorrnisrerilegennorthco.xyzinfo Pop / Rock - Order by Phone Price: $
  6. Lee Michaels was a bit of a keyboard virtuoso popular in the Late 60's / Early 70's, although maybe a bit more on the fringe rather than part of the mainstream. This Lp features him on Piano, Organ, Harpsichord and briefly Pipe organ. It's somewhat singer songwriter .
  7. about. An eclectic singer, songwriter, and performer, Lee Michaels made music that had the physical impact of hard rock, the creative ambition of psychedelia and progressive rock, and the passion and grit of rhythm & blues, the latter facet reinforced by Mi.
  8. Apr 19,  · from the WB Lp W Greatest hits produced by Jim Ed Norman and song written by John S. Sherrill and Steve Earle. This song was released as a .

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