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Never heard of the Dixie Dregs till Odyssey came on the radio in the Summer of '78. That's when FM rock&roll commercial radio was still good in the Philadelphia area. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Rockprophet
This was the first album I ever bought by The Dixie Dregs long before I ever realized who they were or what they were all about. I bought it on 8-track. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Lucky Duck
Great album. Gina Lola Breakdown and The Odyssey are the highlights.Published 8 months ago by Siddius
Classic instrumental rock/jazz fusion with a spash of southern thrown in. When I first heard the opening track, Take it off the Top, I was 12 years old and went on a quest in my... Read morePublished 9 months ago by JRL NY
I'm glad to see these classics have been released in a digital format. I'm really looking forward to listening to these while I'm delivering. Great driving music!Published 14 months ago by Eric A. Rogers
i admit I don't know much about this band or its members, but I've heard a few of their albums...and this is my favorite! i'm glad I finally got this on cd. Read morePublished 16 months ago by D. Gorman "Crystalline Structure Moon"
I like Steve Morse and really wanted a cut of Ice cakes.
Love that song, and the rest of the CD is pretty good as well. Read more
haven't heard this album since I had the lp. it was great then and still is today. the Dregs were a terrific band and this is some of their best work...Published 23 months ago by C. M. Freeman