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The Complete Original Album Collection[CD]
Turtles fans and audio-fidelity connoisseurs will find much to rejoice over as you make your way through these 6 CDs. That’s because you not only get all six albums the band released between ’65 and ’70, but because the first three albums come to you here in both the original mono AND stereo mixes, and the last three are abundantly expanded with rare and unreleased bonus tracks. On the mono and stereo reissues of "It Ain’t Me Babe," "You Baby" and "Happy Together," you’ll hear all three title smashes, the hits "Let Me Be," "Eve of Destruction" and "She’d Rather Be with Me," their spins on "It Was a Very Good Year," "Love Minus Zero," "Like a Rolling Stone" and more. Next come the expanded editions of the LPs "Present the Battle of the Bands," "Turtle Soup" and "Wooden Head," which contain their hits "Elenore," "You Showed Me," "You Don’t Have to Walk in the Rain" and "Love in the City" plus the bonus tracks "She’s My Girl," "The Story of Rock and Roll," "Sound Asleep" (those three were all hits), alternate versions of "Earth Anthem," "The Last Thing I Remember," "We’ll Meet Again," demos of "Marmendy Hill," "Strange Girl," "Come Over," "Dance This Dance," "How You Love Me," multiple radio spots and more. It’s fascinating to listen to Mark Volman and Howard Kaylan (who later, of course, became Flo & Eddie) evolve from commercial pop to impressively inventive record making, starting just a few years after their high school graduation! FloEdCo/Manifesto.
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