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Odyssey (2)Native New Yorker

Label:RCA Victor – PD-11063
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Genre:Funk / Soul, Pop
Style:Soul, Disco


ANative New Yorker (Disco Version)5:35
BEasy Come Easy Go / Hold De Mota Down7:01

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Alternate mix, different from LP and US 12" versions.

Other Versions (5 of 32)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Native New Yorker (7")RCA VictorPB 1129France1977
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Native New Yorker (12", 45 RPM, Single, Limited Edition)RCA VictorPC 1129UK1977
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Native New Yorker (7", 45 RPM, Single, Stereo)RCA Victor, RCA VictorPB 1129, PB 11129UK1977
Native New Yorker (7")RCA VictorPB 1129France1977
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Native New Yorker (7", Promo)RCA VictorPB 1129Spain1977


suadero's avatar
Also sounds terrible on Canadian RCA Special Products/Somersault repress
vinylot's avatar
I like the alternate Canadian mix on the 12" but the sound quality is absolutely horrendous on that pressing. It's ultra distorted, compressed, and treble-ey.
jancito303's avatar
Easy come easy go is a hymn all its own. Just an incredible arrangement and flow.
restless's avatar
Edited 10 years ago
To me this is one of the all time greatest disco songs, and the phatter, more intense 12inch version is the one to get. Think of the sexiest, slickest and most elegant music you could dream of ; think nostalgia, sophistication, luscious arrangements ; think blaxploitation, boogie, carefreeness ; think about the most perfect tune and dramatic set-up, a midtempo jewel in harmony with heartbeats or makin love ; think you're drinking the very essence of the most fantasized late 70s like it's the finest French wine and you're not even close. This one brings me close to tears every time. I'd say it's the sonic equivalent to the masterpiece Martin Scorcese never shot about the 70s disco scene in NYC ; or that the Loft and Studio54 were built just for a song like this to be played and people to get in awe. This tune has a heart, and transcends its historical and social context. Close your eyes, you're in the heart of a fantasized late 70s New-York, even better than the real thing. Unmissable!
recordsrob's avatar
Edited 10 years ago
I have the UK, Canadian and US promo 12s and they are the same mix. They vary just by a few seconds at the fade out; the US pressing going the longest(Can./UK in that order). They're all missing the horn intro on the Lp..., but all the same 12" mix. The Can. and UK 12s spin at 45RPM. I find that my US promo sounds great at 33-1/3rd. The US,UK and Can. 12s have 8 beats to mix it in from a dead start.