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Odyssey
Native New Yorker
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, R&B
 

      
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All Artists: Odyssey
Title: Native New Yorker
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: Collectables
Release Date: 7/29/1994
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, R&B
Styles: Disco, Dance Pop, Oldies, By Decade, 1970s, Soul
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 090431850022, 666629142820, 090431850022
 

CD Reviews

Excellent, Excellent compilation of songs! But NNY not orig
Jon Remy | DFW, TX USA | 01/02/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I don't know why people keep thinking this is the original version of "Native New Yorker" because it's NOT. This is the 12" version of "Native New Yorker." From what I can remember, the original album version started out with a solo saxophone introduction which eventually led into the main song. It was a very short 5- or 10-second sax intro that led into the beginning of the song that is included on this album. I have the original LP and it's there plain as day, just FYI. The LP I have says "For Promotion Only" stamped in gold on the back. I sure wish the original LP was available on CD with the following songs:

SIDE A
Native New Yorker
Ever Lovin' Sam
Weekend Lover
You Keep Me Dancin'
The Woman Behind The Man

SIDE B
Easy Come Easy Go
Hold De Mota Down
Golden Hands
Thank you God For One More Day

The album was produced by Sandy Linzer and Charlie Calello. Management and direction was by Tommy Mottola. The Album was recorded at The House of Music in West Orange, New Jersey. It was released on RCA records in 1977, with a catalog number of APL1-2204. The original beautiful art work was done by Ted Coconis.

The musicians on the album were:
Bass: Will Lee and Gordon Edwards
Guitars: John Tropea, Jeff Mironov, Eris Weissberg, Cornell Dupree, Hughie McCracken
Keyboards: Pat Rebillot, Richard Tee, Charlie Calello
Drums: Ron Tierno, Charles Collins, Terry Silverlight
Percussion: Sandy Linzer
Trumpets: Randy Brecker, Lew Soloff
French Horn: Jim Buffington, Fred Griffin
Reeds: George Marge, Michael Brecker
Vibrapohone and Marimba: Dave Carey
Bass Trombone: David Paylor
Trombone: Tony Studd
Concertmaster: Manny Greene
Additional Singers: Susan Collins, David Lasley, Arnold McCuller
Kids: Stephanie Linzer, Bobby Linzer, Tony Selco, Charlie Calello Jr., Monique Calello.
Engineers: Jeffrey Kawalek, Jim Bonnefond, and Charlie Conrad
Mastered by: George Marino at Sterling Sound Studio, NYC

All songs copyrighted by Featherbed Music 1977."
Missing track folks
RUSH | BRONX, NEW YORK | 04/09/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)

"How come no one has yet noticed that the wonderful track "michael has golden hands" is missing from every compilation? what happened to the original album cover with the lovely womans profile, wearing the beaded cornrows....."
Wish I could go back
Veronica S. Jones | NJ | 06/04/2008
(1 out of 5 stars)

"I wish that I could have heard the songs here, I ordered 3 CD's , The Best of Change, Dr. Buzzard's, and The Best of Odyessy. The songs I remember most are "Inside Out" & "Don"t tell me you tell Her", SERIOUS TRACKS!. I remember listening to WBLS & WRKS- KISS, cleaning the house or waiting for them to played at a house party. However my quest was cut short because when the CD arrived it was completly blank, so I asked for a replacement, and alas that CD was also blank. I will attempt to purchase it elsewhere because THAT group was the TRUTH!!!!! Not a Native New Yorker but a PROUD SISTER FROM BRICK CITY!Native New Yorker"