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Lee Michaels / Carnival Of Life (Autographed)
A&M Records SP-4140 (1968)(US) Original issue Autographed Record. "Carnival of Life" has some excellent performances by Lee Michaels
and drummer Eddie Hoh (Frosty). Both rock hard on the album's nine cuts. The back cover is signed in Red sharpie pen "Lee Michaels".
The Record (with brown label) and Cover are in great (Very Good++) condition...$50.00

Lee Michaels Carnival Of Life Autograph lp         Lee Michaels Carnival Of Life Autograph lp



Lee Michaels / Recital (Autographed)
A&M Records SP-4152 (1968)(US) Original issue Autographed Record. "Recital" has overdubs of piano, harpsichord, and organ by Lee Michaels
creating a wonderful sonic depth, and along with John Barbata's solid drumming, the result is a fantastic funky pop album. The front cover
is signed in Red sharpie pen "Lee Michaels". The Record (with brown label) and Gatefold Cover are in great (Very Good++) condition...$40.00

Lee Michaels Recital Autograph lp         Lee Michaels Recital Autograph lp



Lee Michaels / Lee Michaels (Autographed)
A&M Records SP-4199 (1969)(US) Original issue Autographed Record. "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. Here, Michaels pulls out
all the stops (literally) and showcases the organ as a bona fide rock instrument. The front cover is signed in Red sharpie pen "Lee Michaels".
The Record (with brown label) and Cover are in great (Very Good++ to Mint-) condition...$40.00

Lee Michaels Autograph lp         Lee Michaels Autograph lp



Lee Michaels / Barrel (Autographed)
A&M Records SP-4249 (1970)(US) Original issue Autographed Record. Some moderate circa-1970 counterculture sentiments surface in songs like
"What Now America," but the undoubted highlight is his rousing cover of Moby Grape's "Murder in My Heart (For the Judge)." The front cover
is signed in Red sharpie pen "Lee Michaels". The Record (with brown label) and Gatefold Cover are in great (Very Good++) condition...$40.00

Lee Michaels Barrel Autograph lp         Lee Michaels Barrel Autograph lp



Lee Michaels / 5th
A&M Records SP-4302 (1971)(US) Original issue Record. There are only a few originals on this album, and one, "Do You Know What I Mean" (which
really sounded like a cover), was a monstrous hit and cemented Lee Michaels as one of the best white blues performers of the period.
The Record and Cover (in shrinkwrap) are in excellent (Mint-) condition...$20.00

Lee Michaels 5th lp
                               
Lee Michaels 5th lp
Lee Michaels / 5th
Pickwick Records SPC-3712 (1979)(US) Rare reissue Record. There are only a few originals on this album, and one, "Do You Know What I Mean"
(which really sounded like a cover), was a monstrous hit and cemented Lee Michaels as one of the best white blues performers of the period.
The Record and Cover (with small promo cut in top left) are in excellent (Mint-) condition...$10.00




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