Self-described because the Partridge Family and Redd Foxx using one album, Tag Volman and Howard Kaylan, in any other case referred to as Flo & Eddie, presented one of the most eclectic duos in the annals of rock & roll. Their companionship and musical collaboration, which began within their senior high school choir in Westchester, CA, led initially to some surf band known as the Crossfires, which transformed its name to the Turtles following its users graduated senior high school. The Turtles experienced a number of the sweetest, most feel-good noises in pop music, but within the melodic pop there is usually an undercurrent of mischief. Once the band split up in 1970, Volman and Kaylan became users of Frank Zappa’s Moms of Invention, which offered them an ideal breeding ground for his or her quirky methods. Performing beneath the name the Phlorescent Leech & Eddie, they ultimately shortened their moniker to Flo & Eddie. They documented seven single albums, ultimately producing inexplicably strange reggae albums, but their actual name was created by their radio display, which began in the middle-’70s in Detroit, but ultimately finished up on KROQ in California and was syndicated by almost 50 channels at its maximum. Flo & Eddie obtained two low-budget movies, Dirty Duck and Tx Detour, and, surreally plenty of, also done music for many kids’ tv shows, including the cartoon series Strawberry Shortcake as well as the Care Bears.
|1||Members have included Mark Volman, Howard Kaylan.|
|California Dreaming||1979||performer: "Pass You By" - as Flo & Eddie|
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