When we were toddlers, a lot of us will have spent our time drawing pictures, or playing with Plasticine, or burying our faces in bowls of jelly or similar. I think it's fair to say Lee would have had little time for such frivolity. He would have been too busy with his Fuzzy Felt.
Although Lee's tastes clearly encompass a wide range of music, it's obvious that his first love was, and still is, big bold fuzz-drenched beauties. And that was reflected on Sunday night as he brought us the latest instalment of his "It's What's Happening" sets.
This was not a set for gently listening to with a nice cup of tea - it was Jack Daniels all the way, and cried out to be turned up as loud as your ears could handle it.
Lee opened with The Rivieras "California Sun" - surely one of the greatest feel-good records ever - and kept that feel-good factor throughout, including - among others - a smattering of soul, a chunk of rock n' roll, and the sublime vocals of Gene Clark and Lee Hazelwood, both of whom's voices could melt tungsten at a hundred yards.
He also included a great new track from The Black Doldrums, a band new to a lot of us who listened, but noted as ones to keep an eye on for the future.
But this was a set that was heading inexorably towards those aforementioned fuzz drenched beauties, none more so than his penultimate track, The Gremlins' raucous crashing version of "High Time Baby".
Lee brought the set to a close with Jackie & LaVern's naughty version of "Think Twice", a track guaranteed to put a smile on the hardest of faces. But by then we'd been smiling for ages.
The full set-list is shown below, and there's a link afterwards that will take you to the @fusiononair Mixlr showreel page where you can listen back.
Lee is on twitter @Ringo11Lee
Listen back here: mixlr.com/fusion-on-air/showreel/