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Lee Michaels - My Life

This is NOT the real Lee Michaels - this is total garbage. Why does iTunes even put this in the same category as the real Lee Michaels...not a good thing

WARNING

This is NOT the Lee Michaels everyone knows, who wrote and performed such songs as "Do You Know What I Mean," and other great songs. This is someone else entirely. Buy at your own risk.

Same name... totally different guy!

This is not the "Grocery Soldier" Lee Michaels that we have all come to known and love over the past 42 years. This fellow does have his own web site, although it is very brief.. but it does outline his career. iTunes really goofed on this one! All I can say is where is the genuine Lee Michaels (and Frosty) when you need him?

Biography

Born: November 24, 1945 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s

One of the most interesting second-division California psychedelic musicians, keyboardist Lee Michaels was one of the most soulful white vocalists of the late '60s and early '70s. Between 1968 and 1972, he released half a dozen accomplished albums on A&M that encompassed baroque psychedelic pop and gritty white (sometimes gospel-ish) R&B with equal facility. A capable songwriter, Michaels was blessed with an astonishing upper range, occasionally letting loose some...
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My Life, Lee Michaels
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music
  • Released: Nov 18, 2008

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