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The Turtles - All The Singles album mp3

Performer: The Turtles
Title: All The Singles
Released: 2016
Style: Classic Rock
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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.

All The Singles by The Turtles (Manifesto Records, 2016).

In addition to the box, a new compilation All The Singles collects the A and B-sides of every original 1965-1970 Turtles 45, with the tracks presented in the same mono or stereo mixes that were heard on the original singles. All the Singles also features several tracks that were prepared for singles release but not issued at the time.

You Baby (Album, Comp). White Whale, White Whale, White Whale. White Whale, White Whale. Singles & EPs. The Turtles.

Judging from their radio hits, the Turtles were one of the best American pop bands of the '60s, crafting a series of engaging singles that were tuneful, witty, and fueled by a potent mix of Brill Building professionalism and knowing musical experimentation.

Save The Turtles: The Turtles Greatest Hits. Авторы текста и музыки. Alan Gordon, Garry Bonner. The Orchard Music (от лица компании "FloEdCo"); ARESA, BMI - Broadcast Music In. LatinAutor - PeerMusic, BMG Rights Management, EMI Music Publishing, Audiam (Publishing), CMRRA, LatinAutor, Abramus Digital, SOLAR Music Rights Management" и другие авторские общества (8). Композиция. Too Young to Be One (Mono). Save The Turtles: The Turtles Greatest Hits. The Orchard Music (от лица компании "FloEdCo"); LatinAutor, CMRRA, ASCAP, UMPI, UBEM, UMPG Publishing, LatinAutor - UMPG" и другие авторские общества (3). Guide for the Married Man (Remastered). Happy Together (Deluxe Version). But despite its bulk, The Complete Original Album Collection is a breezy and entertaining collection all the way through, and this music really does rank with the best, smartest, and wittiest pop music of the final half of the '60s. The Turtles were a unique band, and this set is joyous proof.

The album yielded two singles: "Elenore" and "You Showed Me" (both peaking at No. 6). "Elenore" also reached No. 7 in the UK chart. The 1969 hit "You Showed Me" had been written by the Byrds' Gene Clark and Roger (then Jim) McGuinn in 1964. Television appearances included a February 1968 spot on The Mike Douglas Show, to which they returned in April 1969. Towards the end of 1969, the group released its next album, Turtle Soup, a critically well-received LP produced by Ray Davies of the Kinks.

On Album The Turtles Present the Battle of the Bands The song was written by Jim McGuinn and Gene Clark of The Byrds. 4. It Ain’t Me Babe Released in 1965 On Album It Ain’t Me Babe The song was originally released by Bob Dylan. 3. She’d Rather Be With Me Released in 1967 On Album Happy Together The song reached number 3 on the Billboard Hot 100. 2. Elenore. List of songs by The Turtles - songfacts. On the The Turtles Song List you can find all the albums any song is on and download or play MP3s from: Advertisements. The Turtles - Happy Together.

Listen to albums and songs from The Turtles. It was written by Gary Boner and Alan Gordon, and the Turtles (they dropped the "y") had the duo pen more songs for them. She'd Rather Be with Me," "You Know What I Mean" and "She's My Girl" all landed them in the Top 20. A flirtation with psychedelic music yielded "Sound Asleep," the band's first song not to ease into the Top 40, which caused their record company to demand that they hire a producer that would report to the label.


1-1 It Ain't Me Babe 2:11
1-2 Almost There 2:12
1-3 Let Me Be 2:20
1-4 Your Maw Said You Cried 1:43
1-5 You Baby 2:17
1-6 Wanderin' Kind 2:07
1-7 Grim Reaper Of Love 2:20
1-8 Come Back 2:24
1-9 So Goes Love (Unissued Single) 2:36
1-10 On A Summer's Day (Unissued Single) 3:35
1-11 We'll Meet Again 1:58
1-12 Outside Chance 2:02
1-13 Makin' My Mind Up 2:20
1-14 Can I Get To Know You Better 2:40
1-15 Like The Seasons 1:52
1-16 Happy Together 2:54
1-17 She'd Rather Be With Me 2:08
1-18 The Walking Song 2:41
1-19 Guide For The Married Man 2:40
1-20 Think I'll Run Away 2:29
1-21 You Know What I Mean 2:04
1-22 Rugs Of Woods And Flowers 2:59
1-23 She's My Girl 2:33
1-24 Chicken Little Was Right 2:47
1-25 Pepsi Ad (unlisted) 1:01
2-1 Sound Asleep 2:21
2-2 Umbassa The Dragon 3:06
2-3 The Story Of Rock And Roll 2:44
2-4 Can't You Hear The Cows 2:23
2-5 Elenore 2:31
2-6 Surfer Dan 2:40
2-7 Christmas Is My Time Of Year 3:20
2-8 You Showed Me 3:04
2-9 Buzzsaw 1:54
2-10 House On The Hill 2:57
2-11 Come Over 2:21
2-12 How You Love Me (Unissued Single) 2:54
2-13 You Don't Have To Walk In The Rain 2:42
2-14 Love In The City 3:20
2-15 Bachelor Mother 2:38
2-16 Lady-O (Stereo) 2:52
2-17 Somewhere Friday Night (Stereo) 3:24
2-18 Teardrops (Stereo) 3:03
2-19 Gas Money (Stereo) 2:10
2-20 Who Would Ever Think That I Would Marry Margaret? (Stereo) 2:01
2-21 We Ain't Gonna Party No More (Stereo) 4:54
2-22 Is It Any Wonder? 2:34
2-23 Eve Of Destruction 2:36
2-24 Me About You 2:26
2-25 Camaro Ad (unlisted) 1:02

Companies, etc.

  • Remastered At – D2 Mastering
  • Copyright (c) – Flo & Eddie, Inc.
  • Manufactured By – Manifesto Records, Inc.
  • Distributed By – Manifesto Records, Inc.


  • Art Direction, Design – Lisa Sutton
  • Liner Notes – Andrew Sandoval
  • Producer [Produced for Release] – Bill Inglot, Dan Perloff
  • Remastered By – Bill Inglot, Dave Schultz
  • Research [Research and Editorial Supervision] – Mark Easter


Collected together for the very first time, all of the Turtles' golden hits, a few lesser silver ones, their zinc B-sides and even some singles that never made the grade. Compiled in mostly mono and faithfully reproducing their many classic White Whale 45's - this is the definitive document of a great singles band, The Turtles.

Tracks 1-25 and 2-25 are extra Commercial tracks, unlisted on the cover

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 767004804026
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc One): THE TURTLES COMPLETE SINGLES DISC 1 F1 CD EMS/CA 0052-10048
Reviews (2)
It was April of 1967, the Summer Of Love was about to reach it’s apex with the release of Sgt. Pepper in another month, and if you can believe this, when The Turtles’ single of the day, “Happy Together” hit the store shelves it manage to knock The Beatles brilliant epic “Penny Lane” from the charts. “Happy Together” was not a psychedelic song in any sense of the imagination, it was a breezy laid back west coast experience that was simply impossible to ignore, making full use of harmonies, bombastic embellishments, vocal arrangements worthy of Brian Wilson, often filled with double meanings, melodrama and a good bit of tongue in cheek humor. With that in mind, there was something more here, there was an under current of sophistication with The Turtles that seemed to smack at the pop music attitudes and sensibilities of the day, yet was subversively part of it in the same breath.The Turtles were not a pretty boy band, they were more in line with Mama Cass, impulsive energetic satirical and yes, even uncompromising in their musical vision, often sharing the stage with headlines such as The Doors. By the time Happy Together was released, long gone was the folk rock and cover band that had brought The Turtles to our attention, where on their first outing they played renditions of Dylan’s “Like A Rolling Stone,” “Love Minus Zero” and even “It Ain’t Me Babe,” then going on to do a note for note word for word edition of “Eve of Destruction,” all followed by the most off the wall and for what reason I’m still asking myself, “It Was A Very Good Year.”But this was what AM radio gave us during those years, and the record companies built an album around a single hit, in this case two, “Happy Together” and “She’d Rather Be With Me,” instead of incorporating a theme, and with today’s ears I will more than agree that the album is almost unlistenable. Though with that in mind, what The Turtles did mange to do was to string a brilliant series of hit singles together that will never be forgotten by those of us with nothing but an AM radio and a single dashboard speaker in mom and dad’s car. This collection was a surprise to me, as several of the numbers I’d not heard before, and sparked me to find listenable vinyl copies of the six formal Turtle albums just so I’d know what I was talking about. Without a doubt you’re going to find a handful of songs here that will roll you back and sound very good in rotation on one of your listening devices, or better yet, burn yourself a copy of those songs and play them on an actual stereo, pretend it’s 1967, flash the peace sign and smile with a silly grin of satisfaction.Review by Jenell Kesler

What an awesome set this is. This is the definitive hits collection for The Turtles, unless you want everything in stereo. If you do, there's approximately 1,435,246 other CDs out there that will fit the bill.A few of these mono mixes have crept out on CD over the years but never once have they been compiled in this manner. This is also the first time the stereo mix of "Who Would Ever Think That I Would Marry Margaret?" has shown up on CD (It was previously included on More Golden Hits.) Up to this point, an incomplete mono mix of unknown origin has been used. We know that said mono mix was not on any 45, promo or otherwise.It's hard to find fault with this collection, although I'm sure the folks on a certain site (y'know, the one full of people who buy music for the sole purpose of looking at waveforms) will probably be more than happy to produce a few.

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