|We Ain't Gonna Party No More||4:54|
|Story Of Rock And Roll||2:40|
|You Showed Me||3:05|
|You Don't Have To Walk In The Rain||2:27|
|Who Would Ever Think That I Would Marry Margaret||2:02|
|She's My Girl||2:32|
|Hot Little Hands||2:59|
|Love In The City||2:03|
|Cat In The Window||1:41|
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The discography of the American rock group, The Turtles. Wooden Head" was an album composed of unissued recordings, circa 1966. Chalon Road" gathered together many unissued and 45-only tracks. Shell Shock" was a construction of an album recorded in 1969 that remained unfinished. 1967's Golden Hits is notable for featuring remixes of "It Ain't Me Babe", "Let Me Be" and "You Baby". These are the only remixes done on early album tracks as the multi-tracks went missing shortly thereafter.
More Golden Hits" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. The Turtles are an American rock band led by vocalists Howard Kaylan and Mark Volman, later known as Flo and Eddie. The band became notable for several Top 40 hits beginning with their cover version of Bob Dylan's "It Ain't Me Babe" in 1965. They scored their biggest and best-known hit in 1967 wit. ore .
Turtle Soup - Wooden Head - Greatest hits album - Album - The Turtles - White Whale Records - Howard Kaylan - Harry Nilsson - Gene Clark - Jim McGuinn - The Turtles Present the Battle of the Bands - Mark Volman - Jim Pons - John Seiter - Dino & Sembello - Alan Gordon (songwriter) - John Barbata - Judee Sill - Pop rock - The Turtles discography. More Golden Hits is a 1970 greatest hits album by American rock band the Turtles.
Golden Hits is a 1967 greatest hits album by the pop rock band The Turtles. It was released on White Whale Records.
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THE TURTLES nr mint vinyl lp GREATEST HITS in shrinkwrap. The Association "Greatest Hits" 12" Vinyl Record LP Album WS 1767 VG 1967. The Turtles Greatest Hits 'Happy Together Again' 1974 Vinyl L. hilips 9299429.
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More Golden Hits is a disc that I saw around a couple times before really paying much attention to it, assuming it was just another retread of material I already owned elsewhere. The Turtles final White Whale LP was Wooden Head, with its notoriously strange cover embodying the seemingly random album title. The album itself embodies the disarray of White Whale at the time. It was hastily thrown together after a single of "Eve of Destruction," pulled from their debut album, scraped into the Billboard Top 100, but it somehow didn't manage to include that single.