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The History of Flo and Eddie and The Turtles|
Official site of their booking agency. Contains a biography of Kaylan and Volman, discography 1963 to 1970, a current itinerary, and Elenore in RealAudio format.
Flo and Eddie|
Sightings of and snippets about Kaylan and Volman, includes a discography and partial lyrics of "Illegal, Immoral, and Fattening".
Harry Nilsson - Flo and Eddie and Harry|
Harry Nilsson appears as a guest on Flo and Eddie's radio show in 1992. 28 minutes, RealAudio.
Slow and Steady with Flo of Flo and Eddie|
An article from Ragbaby on-line magazine that focuses on Kaylan's return to university as an adult student, but includes other aspects of their work and the band's legal problems in the late '60s and early '70s.
Illegal, Immoral and Fattening (Audio CD),|
List price $36.49
Flo & Eddie interviews, articles and reviews from Rockâ€™s Backpages|
Review by Ben Edmonds, Phonograph Record, August 1976. SO WHAT WOULD you do if
you were Howard Kaylan and Mark Volman? ... Flo and Eddie and Marc, ...
Review/Pop; The Turtles' Quirky Spirit Survives - New York Times|
Review/Pop; The Turtles' Quirky Spirit Survives ... Usually, Flo and Eddie parody
the old year's pop for part of their show. ...
Wilson and Alroy's Record Reviews We listen to the lousy records so you won't
... Just another live record with the Flo and Eddie lineup - their last ...
Sixties pop stars the Turtles still happy together (The Monterey County Herald)
Where were you when The Turtles' "Happy Together" was a number-one hit on AM radio in 1967?
Events calendar (The Monterey County Herald)
MARCH 3-4 18th annual Art on the Plaza. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sat-Sun, March 3-4 at the Custom House Plaza in downtown Monterey. Free. 625-0931.
MUSIC REVIEW: The Turtles (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
Howard Kaylan (left) and Mark Volman As anyone who can spell football knows, the Super Bowl kicks off for the 41st time this evening. Coincidentally, in 2007, Howard Kaylan and Mark Volman have been making music for about as long as there has been a Super Bowl.
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