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Odessey and Oracle

Odessey and Oracle
Odessey and Oracle cover
Studio album by The Zombies
Released April 19, 1968 (UK)
June 1968 (US)
Recorded "Changes" recorded November 1967, Abbey Road. All other tracks recorded June-August 1967, Abbey Road and Olympic Studios.
Genre Psychedelic pop, Baroque pop
Length 35:18
Label CBS
Producer The Zombies, Al Kooper (American reissue)
Professional reviews
The Zombies chronology
Begin Here
(1965) (UK)
The Zombies
(1965) (US)
Odessey and Oracle
New World (1991)

Odessey and Oracle is a rock album by the Zombies released in 1968. The famous misspelling of "odyssey" in the title was the result of a mistake by the designer of the LP cover, Terry Quirk (who was the flatmate of bass player Chris White). The band tried to cover this up at the time of release by claiming the misspelling was intentional.

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