The Turtles It Ain't Me Babe on 180g LP
Like the 1960's themselves, The Turtles were a remarkable harmonic convergence, a once-in-a-lifetime happening led by vocalists Howard Kaylan and Mark Volman. The group broke through in 1965 while barely out of high school with their Top Ten cover of Bob Dylan's "It Ain't Me Babe" featured on their debut album of the same name. The 12-song set includes further Dylan fare like "Love Minus Zero" and "Like A Rolling Stone," a cover of P.F. Sloan's "Eve of Destruction" which would become a hit years later, and Kaylan originals such as "Wanderin' Kind," "Let the Cold Winds Blow" and "A Walk in the Sun." Reissued on 180g vinyl remastered from the original tapes in The Turtles' vault.