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Turtle Soup

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Come Over
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House On The Hill
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She Always Leaves Me Laughing
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How You Loved Me
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Torn Between Temptation
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Love In The City
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Bachelor Mother
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John And Julie
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Hot Little Hands
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Somewhere Friday Night
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Dance This Dance
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You Don't Have To Walk In The Rain
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Chicken Little Was Right (45 Version)
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Lady-O (45 Version)
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The Last Thing I Remember (Chalon Road Version)
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The Owl (From Chalon Road)
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To See The Sun (From Chalon Road)
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If We Only Had The Time (From Shell Shock)
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Can I Go On (From Shell Shock)
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Dance This Dance (Alternate Version From Shell Shock)
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 20   Total Length: 66:47

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SlappHappy

Best tracks, which I've listened to for years on end without wearing out: 10. Somewhere Friday Night 6. Love in the City 2. House on the Hill 12. you don't have to walk in the rain 8. John and Julie And "Hot Little Hands" has some HOT INSANE guitar work, though I'm not the biggest fan of it. Also Judee Sill's Lady O in single version.

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not just the singles

dreebo

The Turtles invited Ray Davies to produce Turtle Soup after being impressed by Village Green Preservation Society. So in many ways this is the Turtles' version of Village Green. Play 'em back to back and see what I mean. The difference is that instead of the Village Green that Ray Davies grew up with, which was reflected in the Kinks' album, the Turtles are Californian. The music is terrific, of course, as usual, but it's fun to listen to it as an American counterpart to the Kinks' Village Green.

They Say All Music Guide

The group’s final album, produced by Ray Davies, is a modestly enjoyable collection of good-time rock, occasionally with a slight progressive or satirical edge. The Turtles always seemed to harbor some serious ambitions, but the fact was that their only true forte was catchy pop/rock singles; when they aimed for more, the results were merely pleasant…There aren’t any hit singles missing in action here, except maybe “You Don’t Have to Walk in the Rain…” The CD reissue has a couple of bonus tracks. – Richie Unterberger