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Happy Together Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered

4.3 out of 5 stars 40 customer reviews

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Audio CD, Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered, October 21, 1994
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Reissue of the hit pop/ folk group's top 30 1967 album for the White Whale label. Features the original cover art, the #1 smash 'Happy Together', the #3 'She'd Rather Be With Me' and three bonus tracks, 'She's My Girl', 'You Know What I Mean' & 'Is It Any
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 21, 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Sundazed Music Inc.
  • ASIN: B000003GXY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #341,448 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
Is this the only Turtles CD you need? Probably so. It's the only one I need. It's got all the best songs, the remastered sound is excellent, and the liner notes and packaging are top-notch. Everybody and their mother knows the smash hit "Happy Together" and most people know at least half a dozen of these other songs even if they don't know they're all by The Turtles. All the essentials are here: the four "me" songs: Let It Be Me, It Ain't Me Babe, She'd Rather Be With Me, and You Showed Me plus the four "you" songs: You Know What I Mean, You Baby, You Don't Have To Walk In The Rain, Can I Get To Know You Better. And then there's the "me and you" song, or should I say the "imagine me and you" song...

If you're a fan of sixties pop you need a Turtles CD in your collection. This one.
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I bought this CD just for the newly remastered sound. Though I have the "20 Greatest Hits" released by Rhino Records but the sound quality of that isn't quite "clear". Now, released by Shout Factory with the newly remastered sound, the sound is "Crystal Clear". One thing I don't like is that they put only 14 tracks on it.
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A better buy for a single disc Turtles hits collection is the 20-track Greatest Hits on Rhino. Every track on this one is included on that one plus six more, and the price is comparable. This isn't bad, but that one's got a little more for roughly the same price. Good tunes throughout!
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This is simply the most classic sixties album by a group other than the Beatles. I grew up with this album. Every song on this CD is memorable and hearing them again -- minus the scratches from my worn-out vinyl copy -- is like hearing from a long-lost friend. THIS IS THE BEST TURTLES ALBUM EVER! Fun tunes like "Makin' My Mind Up" and the novelty "The Walking Song" plus movie theme "Guide For the Married Man" are great songs which round out the entire album. The dreamy "I Think I'll Run Away" is my favorite. "Me About You" will stick in your mind for days and leave you with a smile. The CLASSIC Turtles songs "Happy Together" and "She'd Rather Be With Me" are the end pieces which make this THE Turtles album to have in any collection! Rhino for years said they would release this album but never did. Thank you Sundazed for finally getting this masterpiece out. The Greatest Hits CD's didn't do the Turtles justice. This album must be heard in its entirety by any new or old-timer Turtles fan. One other note: Bill Inglot, who mastered many of Rhino's better releases worked on this re-release. For that one reason alone, you can be assured that the sonics of this CD will be impeccable!
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With the bonus tracks added in, I'd say this is the best Turtles album one can get, short of a greatest hits album. By far my two favorite Turtles songs are "Happy Together" and "She's My Girl," both with extraordinary vocal harmonies and great chord progressions, and they're both on this album. All songs on this CD are decent at worst, great at best. Some other charted songs from this CD are "She'd Rather Be With Me," "You Know What I Mean," and "Me About You." Personally I never cared for the hit "She'd Rather Be With Me," probably since there's nothing that sounds like a chorus, only a wandering bridge that takes up the majority of the song. I remember hearing the pleasant love song "Me About You" for the first time on the radio in early 1969, despite "Happy Together" having been released in 1967. "Makin' My Mind Up" is a fast-paced, good-sounding, positive song in lighthearted '60s style. "Rugs Of Woods And Flowers" is a humorous, sarcastic love song with an affected voice, though I've yet to figure out exactly what is being lampooned. I believe the inspiring "You Know What I Mean" was on one of the Turtles' greatest hits albums.
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While I've never been a big big fan of these guys in particular, I do like now and then some old 60's music. I grew up listening to a lot of it because it's what my parents would play. I bought this for Outside Chance (the best song - and it was used in the Grave Danger episode of CSI so it made me like it even more), and the only other song I thought I knew was Happy Together. I actually realised that I knew a couple of other great songs like Elenore and She'd Rather Be With Me. Then I'm beginning to realise that I actually really like this group and though it's not the type of music I listen to often, it's great to put it in the player every now and then and bop around the house doing the vacuuming or something. It's actually great music. I didn't realise they had so many good songs, but they do and so I recommend this for any 60's fan or people who grew up listening to this kind of music because it will bring back a lot of memories of road trips etc. I like this a lot.
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After The Turtles song "Happy Together" became a number one hit, their record company released an album with the same title. That's the way they did things back then. Along with the title track, the follow up smash hit "She'd Rather Be With Me" was also included. The rest of the album is basically made up of a random collection of songs from the same time period. The songs vary in quality, but most of them are good. The great "Me About You" is probably the best of these songs. The CD includes three bonus tracks. The hit songs "She's My Girl" and "You Know What I Mean" are great, but "Is It Any Wonder" is nothing special. Fans of '60s pop should enjoy this CD.
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