Jamiroquai - A Funk Odyssey download album
A Funk Odyssey is the fifth studio album by British funk band Jamiroquai. The album was released on 3 September 2001 in the United Kingdom by Sony Soho Square and 11 September 2001 by Epic Records in the United States. Japan got the album a week earlier (29 August) together with "Do It Like We Used To Do" and "Deeper Underground" as bonus tracks. All versions of the album (other than the Japanese release) also include as a hidden track "So Good To Feel Real", a funky jam recorded just before the album had to be delivered to the record company
A Funk Odyssey is the fifth studio album by British funk band Jamiroquai. Combining elements of funk, disco and electronica, the release of the album represented the peak of international commercial success for Jamiroquai, and in the ensuing world tour the group became a household name in many countries.
Jamiroquai's fifth studio album was released in the UK on 3 September 2001. As with most Jamiroquai releases, Japan got hold of the album a week earlier (29 August) together with "Do It Like We Used To Do" and "Deeper Underground" as bonus tracks. All versions of the album (other than the Japanese release) also include as a hidden track "So Good To Feel Real", a funky jam recorded just before the album had to be delivered to the record company. The track on the album, which fades out after a couple of minutes was recorded in a single take and.
A Funk Odyssey taps into various illustrious grooves of the Latin world, classic rock, and mainstream club culture, and Jamiroquai is tight and eager to make everyone shake their groove thing in their own light. The first single, "Little L," beams with Kajagoogoo-like synths while warping into a funk-driven hue of orchestral whirlpools, but Jamiroquai allows the band's extroverted and unattached personality to shine on the worldbeat-tinged "Corner of the Earth.
On their fifth LP, British funk outfit Jamiroquai switch didgeridoo-infused jams for electronic-disco vibes. The album was released in the UK on September 3, 2001, but wasn’t released in the US until September 11-a now-infamous date. Singles Little L, Love Foolosophy, You Give Me Something, and Corner of The Earth buoyed commercial successes, with Love Foolosophy becoming the group’s most enduring hit. While critical reception was mixed, the album marked the peak of the group’s commercial success. Tap and hold to copy URL. A Funk Odyssey Tracklist.
A Funk Odyssey was the first Jamiroquai album to do away with the famous "Buffalo Man" image on the cover, though the pattern of lasers behind Jason Kay were set up along an outline of the Buffalo Man, who also appears in the booklet several times. The album, although deeply into a disco/funk vibe, is also very focused on an electronica sound, evident especially in "Twenty Zero One" and "Stop Don't Panic".
A Funk Odyssey is his latest LP, released in 2001. The album fuses latin influences with elements of disco, funk, classic rock, and . s natural ability to create an incredible set of dance tunes. This is a pretty good record. Sure there are better albums out there, including better records in the genre and even better Jamiroquai records. But there is no denying the amount of quality songs that are on this album. This is definately not for everyone as many people want nothing to do with dance music at all, and they would obviously not like this, but in the genre it is a 4 or . I am giving it a . /5 because it has been a frequent visitor to my cd player for several years and it never gets old.
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A new century A new Jamiroquai A Funk Odyssey became the band's biggest international album to date, going in numerous countries, and helped by the super duper dance-floor filler 'Little L', which also reached worldwide, and became one of their best dance hits to date. Showtrack list Get It Now. Prev Next. What are you going to do to stop me this time baby You've been trying to funk around my mind lately. Well I'm getting so sick and tired of Hearing about it Like I'm not the man and I don't exist You wanna know about this and you wanna Know things about me But what you're saying always has a vicious poison twist.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||Feel So Good|
|A3||You Give Me Something|
|A4||Corner Of The Earth|
|B1||Stop Don't Panic|
|B4||Twenty Zero One|
|B5||Picture Of My life|
|C1||Everybody's Going To The Moon|
|C2||Do It Like We Used To Do|
|D1||Little L (Bob Sinclair Remix)
Remix – Bob Sinclar
|D2||You Give Me Something (Full Intention Radio Mix)
Remix – Full Intention
|D3||Main Vein (Live)|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.
- Manufactured By – PT. Sony Music Entertainment Indonesia
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 099750 621547
|504069 2, 5040692000||Jamiroquai||A Funk Odyssey (CD, Album)||Sony Soho Square, Sony Soho Square||504069 2, 5040692000||Europe||2001|
|MC-095/01||Jamiroquai||A Funk Odyssey (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||Invisible Halahup||MC-095/01||Russia||2001|
|2-504069||Jamiroquai||A Funk Odyssey (CD, Album)||Epic||2-504069||Brazil||2001|
|none||Jamiroquai||A Funk Odyssey (CD, Album, Promo)||Epic||none||US||2001|
|92 504069||Jamiroquai||A Funk Odyssey (CD, Album)||Epic Records||92 504069||Colombia||2001|