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Review: Here, original 1970s jazz-funk/disco-soul combo Odyssey have been tempted out of retirement to re-record some of their best-known hits and fan favourites in the company of London producer Yam Who. They're lucky in some regards that they're in the company of a talented and sympathetic producer, because in the wrong hands "Legacy" could have been a dog's dinner. As it is, it works brilliantly, with now familiar favourites like "Use It Up & Wear It Out" and "Inside Out" given tasteful but distinctly different updates that should appeal to die-hard fans and newcomers alike.
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Bag designed to carry the Odyssey tripods
Review: This tripod stand bag is designed to carry the Odyssey line of tripods.
05 Oct 09
Review: Odyssey's VUXS Vulcan series utility case is water-tight, dust-proof and impact-resistant injection-molded and molded of a high strength polymer resin which will provide the ultimate in protection for your gear. Each case features a diced foam interior that can be plucked to the shape of whatever gear you are storing.
12 Dec 11
Played by: King DJ/Regalia Recordings, Guy Williams/D.r.w (Dan Williams), Slow It Down, Yam Who?, Kid Who, Juno Recommends Disco, Bryan Gerrard, Martin Brodin, Electric Boogie (Ism Midnight Riot), Alberto Sabatini, Psychemagik
Review: For disco heads, this Odyssey remix set should be an exciting prospect. Admittedly, the tracks being remixed are their 2011 re-recordings (originally seen on last summer's Legacy album) rather than the 70s and 80s originals, but don't let that put you off - especially as some of the reworks are superb. There's plenty of delightfully floor-friendly fodder on show, from Ray Mang's guitar-flecked re-invention of "Use It Up & Wear It Out" and Flash Atkins' Shaft-goes-dub-disco take on "Don't Tell Me Tell Her" to the everything-but-the-kitchen sink antics of Faze Action and DJD. While not every mix hits the spot, there's more than enough to warrant further investigation.
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Played by: Straightoffthefloors.com, Gazeebo, Yam Who?, In Flagranti, Sccucci Manucci, Electric Boogie (Ism Midnight Riot), Elly K, The Legendary 1979 Orchestra, La Royale, Dynamicron (Los Grandes/Our Nights), Eric Rug
Review: Since recording all new versions of their classic hits with producer Yam Who, Odyssey seem to have enjoyed a new lease of life. Here, they cover disco classic "Weekend" with a little help from original New York mix-master John Morales (who, as part of M+M, remixed the Class Action version). Morales provides four versions; a full vocal mix that sounds like a cross between the Phreek and Class Action versions, a delightfully cowbell-heavy Vocal Dub, and two instrumentals. Good as these mixes are, they're put in the shade by Ashley Beedle's version, which opts for a more swinging groove and some brilliant piano solo action. There's also an excellent bonus in the shape of Crispin J Glover's tough but groovy Boogie Dub of "Inside Out".
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