It was 1969 when Lenny Dee released the album Look At Me on Decca Records. The following songs are on this album: Folsom Prison Blues; Dream A Little Dream Of Me; With Pen In Hand; Sunshine; Where The Rainbow Ends; A Man Without Love; Apologize; Hang 'em High; The Odd Couple; Turn Around, Look At Me and Sweet Mouth.
Leonard George DeStoppelaire was born January 5, 1923. Known as Lenny Dee, he was a virtuoso organist who played many styles of music. His record albums were among the most popular of easy listening and space age pop organists of the 1950's through the early 1970's. His best known hit was in 1955 called Plantation Boogie, it charted as a top 20 hit. He also has a gold record with the 1970's Spinning Wheel.
Dee played a variety of songs in numerous styles. He played original compositions, popular songs, and novelty tunes, and was a master of improvisation. Although his unique style was a pop/boogie-woogie blend, he also played ballads, country and western, jazz, rock, and patriotic songs.
This album sounds good, it has a few light scratches, but over all in good condition. The cover is in very good condition as is the inside sleeve.