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Lee Michaels rose from the San Francisco scene in the late 1960s with a sound that embodied gospel, rock and pop. Wielding an organ like a lead guitar, Michaels crossed all musical boundaries. He embarked on a solo career in 1968 that saw six A&M albums over the next four years, all of which brimmed with funk, soul and rock. In 1971, Michaels penned a song that he thought to be a throwaway, "Do You Know What I Mean." The song, which tells the posttraumatic tale of losing a girlfriend to a buddy, quickly took on a life of its own, landing in the Top 10 and becoming a rock staple. This collection culls together tracks from all six albums, offering a more complete look at this versatile artist.
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Top Customer Reviews
With Frosty not performing on his last album "Lee Michaels - Live", and in hindsight wondering "WHY" he was never heard from again and how much more music he had to offer, and never even knew Frosty's real name, and I am left wondering -- "What Ever Happened to Lee Michaels & Frosty?" If, anyone knows would be pleased to learn. Now get their albums, they are still fantastic and emotional listening.
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While this compilation does not convey the same 'mood' the original album track orders...Read more