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Mark Volman and Howard Kaylan, aka Flo & Eddie were the two driving forces behind '60s US pop harmony group The Turtles. Subsequent to the demise of The Turtles as a complete entity in 1970, Volman and Kaylan joined Frank Zappa's Mothers of Invention in the early '70s performing as The Florescent Leech & Eddie on a number of live performances and also participated in the Zappa film production and recording of 200 Motels. Shortening their moniker to Flo &… read more

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  • Avatar for MistahJohnson
    No similar artists??
  • Avatar for JoshCIVM
    Kaylan is my girlfriend's godfather. He hits on her at family reunions all the time, so we have to keep an eye on him.
  • Avatar for iamholgerczukay
    You two chicks sound real far out and groovy... Ever been to a Holiday Inn?
  • Avatar for SagawaKemper
    there work with T-Rex is awesome
  • Avatar for SagawaKemper
    that rules
  • Avatar for VacuumBoots14
    Volman is my music business teacher...
  • Avatar for SagawaKemper
    no but that sounds awesome.
  • Avatar for silverlage
    Anybody have any idea where I can get the album they did with all toys under the name Checkpoint Charlie? or Checkpoint Charley, not sure ofr the spelling.
  • Avatar for twmia
    Wonderful Rockksongs, with a lot of humor, fine musiscians. And part of a lot of american albums in the mid 70s for example Frank Zappa, Alice Cooper or Rolling Stones.
  • Avatar for solomanschaber
    Two amazing albums "The Phlorescent Leech & Eddie" and "Flo & Eddie" were recently made available on eMusic. Beautiful pop music with great arrangements.

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