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Lee Michaels

Lee Michaels
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Lee Eugene Michaels (born Michael Olsen, November 24, 1945, Los Angeles, California) is an American 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 1971 with his Top 10 hit single, "Do You Know What I Mean."
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Lee Michaels — Absolute Lee Lee Michaels — Absolute Lee
(Squish, 1982, LP)
Lee Michaels — Tailface Lee Michaels — Tailface
(Columbia KC34826, 1974, LP)
Lee Michaels — The Complete A&M Album Collection Lee Michaels — The Complete A&M Album Collection
(Manifesto MFO45610, 1973/2015, 7CD)
Lee Michaels — Live Lee Michaels — Live
(Manifesto MFO45807, 1973/2016, CD)
Lee Michaels — Nice Day for Something Lee Michaels — Nice Day for Something
(Columbia CQ32275, 1973, LP)
Lee Michaels — Space & First Takes Lee Michaels — Space & First Takes
(Manifesto MFO45806, 1972/2016, CD)
Lee Michaels — Lee Michaels — "5th"
(Manifesto MFO45805, 1971/2016, CD)
Lee Michaels — Barrel Lee Michaels — Barrel
(Manifesto MFO45804, 1970/2016, )
Lee Michaels — Lee Michaels Lee Michaels — Lee Michaels
(Manifesto MFO45803, 1969/2016, CD)
Lee Michaels — Recital Lee Michaels — Recital
(Manifesto MFO45802, 1968/2016, CD)
Lee Michaels — Carnival of Life Lee Michaels — Carnival of Life
(Manifesto MFO45801, 1967/2016, CD)

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