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The Battle Of The Bands - The Turtles - Solid Zinc: The Turtles Anthology (CD)

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  1. Meztizilkree says:
    Turtles (Musical group) OCLC Number: Notes: Compact discs. Pop-rock/folk-rock. Songs originally recorded Booklet includes: Notes about the band by David Wild, commentary on each of the songs by the band members; program information, and information on the original album sources. Credits.
  2. Gukora says:
    It first got noticed when the Turtles recorded it and included it on their album "Battle of the Bands." This classic environmental-spiritual song has been covered by a number of artists, including Dan Fogelberg, who sang it in at the 'No Nukes' concert in Washington, D.C., on the Capitol steps.
  3. Tojaran says:
    Dec 13,  · "Chicken Little Was Right" (v.1) is one of my favorite Turtles tracks, but I hate the stereo mix. Not only is the lead vocal panned hard right and the harmonies hard left (annoying), but the backing vox suddenly decrease in volume halfway through the song, to the point where they're almost inaudible.
  4. Arashijora says:
    Jun 22,  · The Complete Original Album Collection is a six-CD box set that of the six albums that The Turtles released between to , with each disc presenting a wealth of rare bonus material. The first three albums — It Ain’t Me Babe, You Baby and Happy Together — are presented in original mono and stereo mixes, while each of the remaining three — The Turtles Present the Battle of the .
  5. Sashicage says:
    The Best of the Turtles (Golden Archive Series) — — Turtle Wax: The Best of the Turtles, Vol. 2 — — Lil' Bit of Gold — — Lil' Bit of Gold, Volume 2 — — The Best of the Turtles — — Solid Zinc: The Turtles Anthology — — Happy Together: The Very Best of the Turtles — — Shout! Factory: Save the.
  6. Malaktilar says:
    Being a Turtles fanatic that I was since they were a hit producing band from the 60's, I was overjoyed to see that they had put out, "The Turtles Anthology: Solid Zinc." This 2-CD set, a total of 51 songs, which includes all the hits, including, "It Ain't Me Babe," "Let Me .
  7. Nijin says:
    Apr 09,  · Indeed, "Solid Zinc" shows the Turtles to be more than just good-time music pop-rockers. The group followed up "You Baby," its second hit .
  8. Arat says:
    Mar 09,  · The band's range, in fact, was such that 's The Turtles Present the Battle of the Bands—represented here by four cuts, including "Elenore"—had the band .
  9. Shazahn says:
    Sep 01,  · RNLP/RNC - The Turtles Present the Battle of the Bands () No matter what, buying the Turtles on CD can be expensive unless you're happy with 60 excellent tracks for $ Quickly, find a good priced copy of The Turtles Anthology (Solid Zinc) now. It .

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