While better-known for the charming ’60s pop of “Happy Together” and “Elenore,” The Turtles began as a folk-rock band from Westchester, California. As teenagers, they became a successful frat band, which brought them to the attention of a local radio DJ. Soon they were on the road and found popularity with their Bob Dylan cover of “It Ain’t Me Babe” in 1965. As the legend goes, subsequent to seeing the group perform live, Mr. Dylan himself suggested that they press the song. After surviving lawsuits and touring with Frank Zappa and the Mothers Of Invention, The Turtles are back. Flo and Eddie (formerly Phlorescent Leech & Eddie) are touring again with a full band, sans mustache. This time, they are playing Turtles songs with other ’60s pop gems, including The Association.