Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip.
Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Release Date November 20, Track Listing - Disc 1.
Lee Michaels. Another One. Carnival of Life. Sounding the Sleeping. My Friends. Track Listing - Disc 2. Heighty Hi. Stormy Monday. T-Bone Walker. Mad Dog. Murder in My Heart for the Judge. Uummmm My Lady.
Keep the Circle Turning. Joel Christie. Rock Me Baby. Some yakety saxophone courtesy of Jackie Kelso shows up on several numbers. Gone are the short, concise pop-soul of that album and previous records. Knudsen stayed on for the tour, bringing Michaels back to the two-piece approach of Lee Michaels. And, I agree fully that it represents a brief, yet impressive body of work that very much deserves this type of reissue.
Nevertheless, as someone who has followed his career and owns all of these albums on vinyl and some on CD when One Way Records released them a decade or so back , I am one of those who is disappointed that this box set has no rarities or bonus tracks; that is, no unreleased live material such a shame for someone who toured extensively and had a tremendous and unique live sound and no studio outtakes again, a shame for someone who owned his own studio.
The general value of a box set for dedicated fans such as myself is in its inclusion of such items; otherwise, why buy it? It makes me wonder if Mr. No More No More. Summer Side of Life. Home by the Sea Remastered Album Version. Popular Playlists. Classic Rock Albums: The Basics. The Best of the Meters' Second Act. Deeper Cuts by the Dave Clark Five. Marianne Faithfull, Lost, Then Found.
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