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Lee Michaels - Space And First Takes FLAC

Lee Michaels - Space And First Takes FLAC
Lee Michaels
Space And First Takes
Hard Rock, Psychedelic Rock
A&M Records
FLAC size:
1703 mb
MP3 size:
1301 mb
WMA size:
1064 mb


1Own Special Way (As Long As)4:33
2Space And First Takes16:40
3Hold On To Freedom5:02
4First Names13:36


  • Art DirectionRoland Young
  • BassJoel Christie
  • Design [Album]Chuck Beeson
  • DrumsKeith Knudsen
  • Engineer [Mix-down]Henry Lewy
  • Engineer [Recording]Richard Madrid
  • GuitarDrake Levin
  • Organ, Piano, Guitar, Vocals, Written-ByLee Michaels
  • ProducerLee Michaels


Gatefold dual-cover sleeve.


Space and First Takes is the sixth album by Lee Michaels and was released in 1972. It reached 78 on the Billboard Top LPs chart. It was the follow-up album to his most successful album, 5th which featured the 6 hit single Do You Know What I Mean. The album consists of two shorter songs and two extended tracks. The album featured the single Hold on to Freedom which did not chart. All songs written by Lee Michaels except where noted. Own Special Way As Long As Joel Christie 4:33. Space and First Takes - Lee Michaels. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. First Names is slightly shorter, and intense enough across 14 minutes to pull the listener in even deeper and more successfully. Band Name Lee Michaels. Album Name Space and First Takes. Type Album. Released date 1972. Labels A And M Records Capitol Records. Music StylePsychedelic Rock. Members owning this album0. Own Special Way As Long As. First Names. Hold on to Freedom. Space and First Takes. Total playing time. Lesen Sie Rezensionen und informieren Sie sich über beteiligte free to Lee Michaels Space & First Takes Own Special Way As Long As, First Names and more. 4 tracks 39:54. Space & First Takes. Lee Michaels. Released: Jan 1972. Label: Lee Michaels. This album followed his successful Fifth, and Lee put together a hard rock delight. The album only consists of four songs, neatly divided into a short and an extended piece on each side of the vinyl. The late 1960's spawned the era of the opus, with many pioneering bands offering long-winded exposes, such as Iron Butterfly's 'In-a-Gadda-da-Vida' and the Chambers Brothers 'Time Has Come Today'. This phenomenon so