Michaels, Lee

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Michaels, Lee - Barrel Barrel
Pop New - LP SP 4249 A&M
Sealed 1970 Heavy-Duty Gatefold Original. Pristine Copy.... more details
 
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Nice Day For Something
Pop Used - LP KC 32275 Columbia
Beautiful 1973 LP.... more details
 
Michaels, Lee - Nice Day For Something Nice Day For Something
Pop Used - LP KC 32275 Columbia
Beautiful 1973 Original.... more details
 
Michaels, Lee - Carnival Of Life Carnival Of Life
Pop Used - LP SP 4140 A&M
1968 Brown Label Stereo Original In Shrink Wrap. Appears Unplayed. Rare! Lee Michaels, A Veteran Of The Los Angeles And San Francisco Bar-Band Scene In The Mid-'60s, Struck Out On His Own In 1967 After Fronting Bands With Such Illustrious Alumni As Joel Scott Hill, Bob Mosley, And John Barbata. Michaels' Music Was Characterized By His Soulful Vocals And Equally Soulful Organ Playing.... more details
 
Michaels, Lee - Recital Recital
Pop Used - LP SP 4152 A&M
Beautiful 1969 Brown Label, Heavy Vinyl Gatefold Original.... more details
 
Michaels, Lee - Tailface Tailface
Pop New - LP KC 32846 Columbia
Sealed 1974 Original. Tiny Cut Corner.... more details
 
Michaels, Lee - Absolute Lee Absolute Lee
Pop New - LP NSFA003 Squish
Sealed 1982 Private Press Rarity Out Of Malibu, CA. Never Issued On CD.... more details
 
Michaels, Lee - Live Live
Pop New - LP SP 3518 A&M
Sealed 1972 2LP Die-Cut Jacket Original With Custom Sticker On Shrink. Clean Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Michaels, Lee - Space & First Takes Space & First Takes
Pop Used - LP SP 4336 A&M
1972 Gimmick Cover Brown Label Original. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “This Album Is A Fascinating Hybrid Of Psychedelia And Mainstream Hard Rock, Incorporating Elements Of Both. Consisting Of Two Short Numbers (Clocking In A Under Five Minutes) And A Pair Of Extended Tracks Running A Quarter-Hour Each, It Stands Apart From Most Of The Extended Art Rock Jams Of Its Era By Virtue Of Its Consistent, Driving Beat And The Emphasis On Crunchy Guitar Sounds (Courtesy Of Ex-Paul Revere & The Raiders Ax-Man Drake Levin And Michaels Himself). The Title Track And "Hold On To Freedom" Seem Like A Lot Of Empty Posturing, Although The Playing And Production On "Space And First Takes" Have Enough Of A Psychedelic Edge That Its 16-Minute Length Is Mostly A Virtue. "First Names" Is Slightly Shorter, And Intense Enough Across 14 Minutes To Pull The Listener In Even Deeper And More Successfully.” - Bruce Eder, AMG... more details
 
Michaels, Lee - Lee Michaels Lee Michaels
Pop New - LP SP 4199 A&M
Sealed 1970 Brown Label Original. First Sealed Copy We Have Seen In Years. Saw Cut. “One Of The Masterpieces Of The Period, Lee Michaels Was Essentially Recorded Live In The Studio By Only Michaels (Organ/Bass Pedals) And Frosty On Drums. It's A Fabulous Performance And One Of The Finest R&B/Rock Sets Of The Period. The First Side Is Comprised Of A Medley Of Soulful Workouts That Come Out Sounding Not Unlike Led Zeppelin. Here, Michaels Pulls Out All The Stops (Literally) And Showcases The Organ As A Bona Fide Rock Instrument. Despite The Lengthy Drum Solo, It's One Of The Finest Sides Of Los Angeles Rock & Roll. Michaels Also Reprises "My Friends," A Song From His First Album, To Great Effect. Lee Michaels Is Also Home To The Good-Time, Pro-Drug Anthem "Highty Hi," As Well As An Awesome Cover Of "Stormy Monday." A True Party Platter.” Matthew Greenwald, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Michaels, Lee - Space & First Takes Space & First Takes
Pop New - LP SP 4336 A&M
Sealed 1972 Brown Label Original Housed In A Gimmick Cover. “This Album Is A Fascinating Hybrid Of Psychedelia And Mainstream Hard Rock, Incorporating Elements Of Both. Consisting Of Two Short Numbers (Clocking In A Under Five Minutes) And A Pair Of Extended Tracks Running A Quarter-Hour Each, It Stands Apart From Most Of The Extended Art Rock Jams Of Its Era By Virtue Of Its Consistent, Driving Beat And The Emphasis On Crunchy Guitar Sounds (Courtesy Of Ex-Paul Revere & The Raiders Ax-Man Drake Levin And Michaels Himself). The Title Track And "Hold On To Freedom" Seem Like A Lot Of Empty Posturing, Although The Playing And Production On "Space And First Takes" Have Enough Of A Psychedelic Edge That Its 16-Minute Length Is Mostly A Virtue. "First Names" Is Slightly Shorter, And Intense Enough Across 14 Minutes To Pull The Listener In Even Deeper And More Successfully.” - Bruce Eder, AMG... more details
 
Michaels, Lee - Space & First Takes Space & First Takes
Pop New - LP SP-4336 A&M
Sealed 1972 Original. Clean Cut Out Hole, Bottom Spine Dent. "This Album Is A Fascinating Hybrid Of Psychedelia And Mainstream Hard Rock, Incorporating Elements Of Both. Consisting Of Two Short Numbers (Clocking In A Under Five Minutes) And A Pair Of Extended Tracks Running A Quarter-Hour Each, It Stands Apart From Most Of The Extended Art Rock Jams Of Its Era By Virtue Of Its Consistent, Driving Beat And The Emphasis On Crunchy Guitar Sounds (Courtesy Of Ex-Paul Revere & The Raiders Ax-Man Drake Levin And Michaels Himself). The Title Track And "Hold On To Freedom" Seem Like A Lot Of Empty Posturing, Although The Playing And Production On "Space And First Takes" Have Enough Of A Psychedelic Edge That Its 16-Minute Length Is Mostly A Virtue. "First Names" Is Slightly Shorter, And Intense Enough Across 14 Minutes To Pull The Listener In Even Deeper And More Successfully." - Bruce Eder, All Music Guide... more details
 
Michaels, Lee - Live Live
Pop Used - LP SP 3518 A&M
1972 Brown Label 2LP Die-Cut Jacket Original With Custom Sticker On Shrink And Custom Inner Sleeves. Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Michaels, Lee - 5th 5th
Pop New - LP SP 4302 A&M
Sealed 1971 Original. Custom "Do You Know What I Mean" Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Michaels, Lee - Lee Michaels Lee Michaels
Pop New - LP SP 4199 A&M
Sealed 1970 Stereo (Label Variation Unknown). First Sealed Copy We Have Seen In Years. Rear Shrink Has Two Original Variety Records Price Tags Still In Place. “One Of The Masterpieces Of The Period, Lee Michaels Was Essentially Recorded Live In The Studio By Only Michaels (Organ/Bass Pedals) And Frosty On Drums. It's A Fabulous Performance And One Of The Finest R&B/Rock Sets Of The Period. The First Side Is Comprised Of A Medley Of Soulful Workouts That Come Out Sounding Not Unlike Led Zeppelin. Here, Michaels Pulls Out All The Stops (Literally) And Showcases The Organ As A Bona Fide Rock Instrument. Despite The Lengthy Drum Solo, It's One Of The Finest Sides Of Los Angeles Rock & Roll. Michaels Also Reprises "My Friends," A Song From His First Album, To Great Effect. Lee Michaels Is Also Home To The Good-Time, Pro-Drug Anthem "Highty Hi," As Well As An Awesome Cover Of "Stormy Monday." A True Party Platter.” Matthew Greenwald, All Music Guide.... more details
 

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