The Zombies - Odessey And Oracle album flac
|A1||Care Of Cell 44||3:58|
|A2||A Rose For Emily||2:17|
|A3||Maybe After He's Gone||2:31|
|A6||Hung Up On A Dream||3:00|
|B2||I Want Her She Wants Me||2:50|
|B3||This Will Be Our Year||2:06|
|B4||Butchers Tale (Western Front 1914)||2:45|
|B5||Friends Of Mine||2:16|
|B6||Time Of The Season||3:32|
- Manufactured By – Date
- Manufactured By – CBS Inc.
- Arranged By – The Zombies
- Artwork [Cover] – Terry Quirk
- Composed By – The Zombies
- Liner Notes – Al Kooper
- Performer – White*, Blunstone*, Grundy*, Atkinson*, Argent*
- Producer – The Zombies
- Written-By – C. White* (tracks: A3, A4, A5, B1, B3, B4, B5), R. Argent* (tracks: A1, A2, A6, B2, B6)
NotesGreen Date labels, and original unedited artwork.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, Stamped): XSM137383-1A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, Stamped): XSM137384-1A
- Rights Society: BMI
|S 63280, 63280, SPBG 63280||The Zombies||Odessey And Oracle (LP, Album)||CBS, CBS, CBS||S 63280, 63280, SPBG 63280||UK||1968|
|REP 2398, REP 2207, V 102S, V 102 S, V102s||The Zombies||Odessey And Oracle (LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Ora)||Repertoire Records, Repertoire Records, Repertoire Records, Repertoire Records, Repertoire Records||REP 2398, REP 2207, V 102S, V 102 S, V102s||UK||2018|
|302 067 254 3||The Zombies||Odessey And Oracle (LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Red)||Varèse Vintage||302 067 254 3||US||2015|
|REP 4214-WZ||The Zombies||Odessey And Oracle (CD, Album, RE)||Repertoire Records||REP 4214-WZ||Germany||1992|
|63280, S 63280, SPBG 63280||The Zombies||Odessey And Oracle (LP, Album, RE)||CBS, CBS, CBS||63280, S 63280, SPBG 63280||UK||Unknown|
Odessey and Oracle is the second studio album by English rock band The Zombies.
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Odessey and Oracle stands as the band's fully realized statement of intent, the parting shot from one of the few originals in the devolving tail-end of the 1960s.
Odessey and Oracle is the second studio album by English rock band the Zombies. It was originally released in the UK in April 1968 by CBS Records. The album was recorded over a period of three months between June and August 1967. The sessions that took place at Abbey Road Studios and Olympic Studios in London. It was received indifferently on release. A single from the album "Time of the Season" later became a surprise hit in the United States in early 1969.
Odessey and Oracle was one of the flukiest (and best) albums of the 1960s, and one of the most enduring long players to come out of the entire British psychedelic boom, mixing trippy melodies, ornate choruses, and lush Mellotron sounds with a solid hard rock base. But it was overlooked completely in England and barely got out in America (with a big push by Al Kooper, who was then a Columbia Records producer); and it was neglected in the . until the single "Time of the Season," culled from the album, topped the charts nearly two years after it was recorded, by which time the group.
Although 1968's Odessey and Oracle was released after The Zombies split, its lush and complex sound cemented the group's legacy for generations to come. It's easily among the finest examples of British psychedelic pop, draped in baroque orchestral arrangements, innovative Mellotron, layered harmonies, and Colin Blunstone's soft, breathy vocals
Odessey and Oracle ranks on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All-Time. The Zombies will be playing the entire album on their North American 50th anniversary tour. Did further reading and found out that Odessey & Oracle is still considered one of the most influential albums ever. Having purchased it, I now recognize the depth of writing, incredible creativity and the tremendous reflection of that era, and which remain relevant to listeners today.
About Odessey and Oracle. Released on April 1968, Odessey and Oracle is perhaps the Zombies' most popular album, gaining fast critical acclaim. Its psychedelic, rock and pop themes allowed the album to be held as one of the most influential albums of the 60s, as well as one of the best from that era, considering the entries on multiple best of all time lists (such as Rolling Stone). Four singles were released from Odessey and Oracle: Friends of Mine, Care of Cell 44, Time of the Season and Butcher’s Tale (Western Front 1914)
Other Albums by The Zombies. Ten songs for you. The Zombies. Still Got That Hunger. Live at The Bloomsbury Theatre. Live In The UK. Live In Concert at Metropolis Studios, London (feat. Colin Blunstone & Rod Argent).
Odessey and Oracle, which was recorded during the second half of 1967, was only the Zombies' second project. Their earliest records had been released on the Decca label in the . but in the spring of 1967, the band signed a new deal with CBS worldwide and entered the legendary Abbey Road studios to begin work on a new set of songs with engineers Geoff Emerick and Peter Vance. But it was keyboardist Rod Argent and bassist Chris White who took on the role of producing the new material. Odessey (unintentionally misspelled by the cover artist on the album sleeve) kicks off with the jubilant and joyful "Care of Cell 44," a song about a girlfriend in prison and her correspondence with the man awaiting her return. The use of mellotron colors things beautifully, and the vocal harmonies are on par with the Beach Boys.