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Save The Turtles: The Turtles Greatest Hits

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Happy Together
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It Ain't Me Babe
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She'd Rather Be With Me
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You Baby
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Elenore
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Let Me Be
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She's My Girl
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Outside Chance
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You Showed Me
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Can I Get to Know You Better
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Story of Rock and Roll
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Love In the City
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Me About You
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You Don't Have to Walk in the Rain
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You Know What I Mean
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Sound Asleep
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Makin' My Mind Up
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Grim Reaper of Love
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Guide for the Married Man
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Chevrolet Camaro Commercial
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 20   Total Length: 50:47

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Save The Turtles

carlos53

Great Album!

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EARWORM ALERT!

techtrainer

Yeah, Happy Together gets played to death on oldies stations, classic rock stations, on the soundtracks of countless movies and in several commercials every year. Why do you suppose that is? Because it is a near perfect Pop song. And everything else in this collection is just as well crafted and more diverse than you might expect if Happy Together is the reason you're here right now. Download it. Listen to it. Love it.

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The Turtles Greatest Hits

KaraokeKing

Great Groovy Memories!

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Acid in the bubblegum

thirdpol

Forty years after, the wit and the melody are still sharp. Half the DJs and kids listening to this stuff on the radio in the 1960s had no idea what was going on. Utterly straight faced subversion. It is magic.

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Great Deal!

sawsharee

Thanks E-Music and The Turtles for a great deal and a fantastic album. I very seldom can say I like all the songs on an album but this may be a first.

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You kiddin' me?!

timabouttown

How cool is it that Flo and Eddie are buying back their catalog and dropping it here for us? (And by all means, do check out the chock full o' nuts F&E selection here.) Since most people won't have heard more than a handful of these, it's a wall to wall revelation. Not just the sweet pop you know, but some great jangle, garage, with a wit and sophistication that reminds you that these guys also worked with Frank Zappa. What a gem! Download Album, my friend. You'll feel better about yourself, and everyone around you will smile more because you're near them.

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Great Stuff!

gdub

Going through these songs you forget how great some of them were!

They Say All Music Guide

The Turtles, led by the intertwined vocals of Howard Kaylan and Mark Volman, sounded initially like a second-tier version of the Byrds when their version of Bob Dylan’s “It Ain’t Me Babe” hit the radio in 1965, but by the time the band called it quits a couple of years later, they had developed into a smooth-sounding, good-natured pop group. This 20-track survey of the band’s history, selected by Kaylan and Volman, hits all the key tracks, including “It Ain’t Me Babe,” a fine version of P.F. Sloan’s “Let Me Be,” the Ray Davies-produced “Love in the City,” and the big pop hits “Happy Together” and “Elenore.” A special treat is a previously unissued Chevrolet Camaro radio commercial that finds the Turtles gleefully hawking cars, complete with a voice cameo from Warren Zevon. – Steve Leggett

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