Georgia Song - Odyssey (9) - Odyssey (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Georgia Song - Odyssey (9) - Odyssey (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Zurr says:
    LP: Odyssey: Fast Forward Records CD: Odyssey: BBR CDBBR CD: Odyssey: Universal Find album release information for Odyssey - Odyssey on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases.
  2. Nigis says:
    Odyssey, an Album by Odyssey. Released in May on MoWest (catalog no. MW; Vinyl LP). Genres: Folk Rock, Funk.
  3. Ninris says:
    MW - Odyssey - Odyssey [5/72] Home Of The Brave/Georgia Song/Country Tune/Gossamer Wings/Our Lives Are Shaped By What We Love//Wondrous Castles/Battened Ships/Sunny California Woman/Black Top Island (Of the West)/Broken Road MW - Love Songs - Severin Browne [Unissued] Issued in the U.K. as MoWest MWS Love Notes .
  4. Dolkis says:
    Apr 14,  · HOME: Odyssey Intro Native Decay Oort Cloud Tides Nights (I Wish I Could Be There) Odyssey New Machines Resonance Come Back Down Half Moon On.
  5. Akira says:
    This item: Odyssey CLPP Carpeted Pro Lp Case With Recessed Hardware For Vinyl Lp's $ Ships from and sold by stores Odyssey CLPP Carpeted Pro Lp Case With Recessed Hardware For Vinyl Lp's $Reviews:
  6. Kikazahn says:
    Songs For The Deaf [LP] Odyssey. Odyssey. Listen Now $ 8. Conan Troutman. Conan Troutman. Listen Now $ 9. Absolutely love this album, but keep your CD's, or even mp3 versions, and forget the vinyl. The great album keeps this from falling to 1. The music is a 10! Read more. 5 people found this helpful. Helpful /5().
  7. Doura says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Odyssey on Discogs. Label: MoWest - MW L • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Soul/5(88).
  8. Shaktiktilar says:
    "Going Back to My Roots" is a song by Lamont Dozier. Cover versions by Odyssey, FPI Project, and Linda Clifford have entered the UK Singles Chart, with the FPI Project's version charting in other European markets as well.. Originally an album track discussing genealogy, the song was written for the African-American market and touches on the matters of self-identity, .

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