Odyssey - Live at Levittown Memorial Auditorium: 1974

Odyssey by this time had turned into a progressive rock-styled band and broke up shortly after this performance, with some of the members going on to become Cathedral. The sound quality is quite bad. "A live recording that was never really meant to be, recorded by Odyssey's sound engineer on a portable cassette recorder, and recently unearthed! Live at Levittown is the only document of Odyssey as they were in their progressive phase, just before Fred Callan and sometime Odyssey keyboardist Tom Doncourt recorded their legendary album as Cathedral (Stained Glass Stories). Bonus tracks include three cassette 'basement recordings' from the Setting Forth era -- two untitled originals that never made the album, plus the band's version of 'Whiter Shade of Pale'. All tracks have been salvaged as well as possible from the original sources but keep in mind these are not 'audiophile' quality! Twelve-page booklet has a continuation of the Odyssey story by band leader Vinny Kusy, as well as more rare photos from his own archive." [Lion]
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