Self-described as the Partridge Family and Redd Foxx on one album, Mark Volman and Howard Kaylan, otherwise known as Flo Eddie, presented one of the more eclectic duos in the history of rock roll. Their friendship and musical partnership, which began in their high school choir in Westchester, CA, led at first to a surf band called the Crossfires, which changed its name to the Turtles after its members graduated high school. The Turtles had some of the sweetest, most feel-good sounds in pop music, but underneath the melodic pop there was always an undercurrent of mischief. When the band broke up in 1970, Volman and Kaylan became members of Frank Zappa's Mothers of Invention, which provided them a perfect breeding ground for their quirky ways. Performing under the name the Phlorescent Leech Eddie, they eventually shortened their moniker to Flo Eddie. They recorded seven solo albums, eventually producing inexplicably weird reggae albums, but their real name was made by their radio show, which started out in the mid-'70s in Detroit, but eventually ended up on KROQ in California and was syndicated by nearly 50 stations at its peak. Flo Eddie scored two low-budget films, #Dirty Duck and #Texas Detour, and, surreally enough, also worked on music for several kids' television shows, including the animated series #Strawberry Shortcake and #the Care Bears. ~ Stacia Proefrock, Rovi

Flo & Eddie - Illegal, Immoral & Fattening [Full album, 1975]
Keep It Warm-Flo and Eddie
Flo & Eddie - Rock Steady with Flo & Eddie (epiphany - ELP 4010) 1981 Full Album
The Phlorescent Leech & Eddie - Feel Older Now (1972)
Flo & Eddie at My Father's Place, Roslyn, Long Island, NY on 07/16/1979 (Full Show)
Flo & Eddie - Let Me Make Love To You
We All Are Gumby - Flo & Eddie (The Turtles) [Complete album version, 1989]
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