Originally released on the small White Whale label, the Turtles'
original albums have remained stubbornly out of print for many years,
leaving fans with various greatest-hits collections that only scratched
the surface of the band's deep and rewarding catalog. That situation
changes on August 19, 2016, when the Turtles' label FloEdCo, in
association with Manifesto Records, celebrates the band's 50th
anniversary with the release of a pair of definitive CD packages that
encompass, for the first time, the whole of the Turtles' recorded output
from 1965 to 1970. The Complete Original Albums Collection is a six-CD
box set of the six albums that the Turtles released between 1965 to
1970, plus a wealth of rare bonus material. Each of the band's first
three albums - It Ain't Me Babe, You Baby and Happy Together - is
presented in it's original mono and stereo mixes, while each of the
remaining three - The Turtles Present the Battle of the Bands, Turtle
Soup and Wooden Head - provide a generous assortment of rare bonus
tracks, including some previously unreleased material.