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Odyssey is the latest release on Scotland's Surreal to Real label, the same people who brought us John Dyson's Evolution. Boddy is a synthesist who specializes in dramatic large scale orchestrations. Most of his pieces revolve around simple four-chord structures, but they are embellished with the sampled sounds of acoustic guitar, strings, horns, choirs and percussion to create grandiose musical experiences. Odyssey incorporates rock elements and classical romanticism, with a strong nod in Kitaro's direction, plus ethnic influences, such as on the atmospheric "Amazonia." This is majestic music with an epic feel, hinting at the magic of lost times and places. ~ Backroads Music/Heartbeats, Rovi

Biography

Born: Durham, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Ian Boddy is one of the most important and influential virtuosos in the e-music community. He has been recording electronica since 1987 and has had two major labels for his releases. He founded Something Else Records as a vanity label strictly for his own music. He released at least 15 CDs on that label and became closely associated with Ron Boots and Kees Aerts as a "friend" of Groove Unlimited. They feature his music on their website and he has performed many concerts with them, one of which was...
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