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A Funk Odyssey
A man with a head-dress wearing a fuzzy jacket and sweatpants is leaping, green lasers appear to shoot from behind his head. The artist name and album title are displayed below
Studio album by
Released3 September 2001
LabelSony Soho Square
ProducerRick Pope
Jamiroquai chronology
An Online Odyssey
A Funk Odyssey
Late Night Tales: Jamiroquai
Jamiroquai studio album chronology
A Funk Odyssey
Singles from A Funk Odyssey
  1. "Little L"
    Released: 13 August 2001[2]
  2. "You Give Me Something"
    Released: 12 November 2001[3]
  3. "Love Foolosophy"
    Released: 25 February 2002[4]
  4. "Corner of the Earth"
    Released: 8 July 2002[5]

A Funk Odyssey is the fifth studio album by English funk band Jamiroquai. The album was released on 3 September 2001 in the United Kingdom by Sony Soho Square and 11 September 2001 by Epic Records in the United States.


Combining elements of funk, disco and electronica, the release of the album represented the peak of international commercial success for Jamiroquai,[according to whom?] and in the ensuing world tour the group became a household name in many countries. The sleeve art of A Funk Odyssey features lead vocalist Jay Kay posed in front of a series of lasers that form the famous "Buffalo Man" logo, making it the first Jamiroquai album not to feature the logo prominently on its cover.[6]

In a 2001 interview with Billboard magazine, Kay said he wrote the deliberately simple first single "Little L" in 25 minutes, "It would have been so easy to overthink and overwrite that song, because it's so incredibly simple. But that would've killed it."[7] He described the fourth single, "Corner of the Earth" as a "spiritual song" that "speaks for anyone who's in a place or a moment where they're happy."[7] For the tenth track "Picture of My Life", Kay said, "I cried throughout the process of writing [the song]. It was an act of looking at some major personal issues and understanding their lingering effects."[7]


Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
Review scores
Encyclopedia of Popular Music[10]
Entertainment WeeklyB[11]
The Guardian[12]
The Indianapolis Star[13]
New Musical Express[14]
Slant Magazine[1]
Us Weekly[16]

Initial critical response to A Funk Odyssey was generally mixed. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalised rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album has received an average score of 58, based on 13 reviews.[8] Q magazine gave the album 4 out of 5 stars, claiming "A certified thoroughbred. This time, there's a bankable chorus or barbed sentiment for every mirror-ball moment....demonstrating that no-one does sci-fi boogie quite as well as he does sci-fi boogie." They also listed it as one of the best 50 albums of 2001.[18] CMJ described the album as "The perfect mixtape to snap your fingers to on your way to another universe."[citation needed] A.D. Amorosi of The Indianapolis Star wrote that "'Corner of the Earth', with its swirling strings and sunlit happiness, may be Kay's finest moment, matching organic ambience with pure emotion."[13] Tom Moon said that the album recalls the band's interest in "the swooping strings and thumping beats" from Earth Wind & Fire and later disco music, but concludes that "Kay never merely appropriates those devices… he goes back to the future, by Juxtaposing old-school guitars against sizzling house beats."[16]

Track listing

1."Feel So Good"Jay Kay, Toby Smith5:21
2."Little L"Kay, Smith4:55
3."You Give Me Something"Kay, Rob Harris, Nick Fyffe3:23
4."Corner of the Earth"Kay, Harris5:40
5."Love Foolosophy"Kay, Smith3:45
6."Stop Don't Panic"Kay, Harris, Fyffe4:34
7."Black Crow"Kay, Harris, Fyffe4:02
8."Main Vein"Kay5:05
9."Twenty Zero One"Kay5:15
10."Picture of My Life[a]"Kay, Harris, Smith6:20
Total length:48:15
  1. ^ The song "Picture of My Life" ends at 3:45. After 30 seconds of silence (3:45 - 4:15), begins the hidden song "So Good to Feel Real".
Japanese edition bonus tracks
11."Do It Like We Used to Do" 7:32
12."Deeper Underground"Kay, Smith4:44
Australian bonus disc
1."Do It Like We Used to Do"7:32
2."Everybody's Going to the Moon"5:22
3."Little L" (Music video) 
Australian tour edition bonus disc
1."Space Cowboy" (Classic Club Mix) 7:52
2."Supersonic" (Dirty Rotten Scoundrels Vocal)Kay, Smith7:00
3."Deeper Underground"Kay, Smith4:43
4."Little L" (Bob Sinclair Remix)Kay, Smith7:28
5."You Give Me Something" (Full Intention Remix)Kay, Harris, Fyffe3:03
6."Main Vein" (live)Kay5:14
Asian tour edition bonus disc
1."Everybody's Going to the Moon" 5:22
2."Do It Like We Used to Do" 7:32
3."Deeper Underground"Kay, Smith4:44
4."Little L" (Bob Sinclair Remix)Kay, Smith7:28
5."You Give Me Something" (Full Intention Remix)Kay, Harris, Fyffe3:03
6."Main Vein" (live)Kay5:14
South African tour edition bonus disc
1."Main Vein" (live) 5:14
2."Do It Like We Used to Do" 7:32
4."You Give Me Something" (Full Intention Remix)Kay, Harris, Fyffe3:03
5."Little L" (Blaze Remix)Kay, Smith5:55
6."Love Foolosophy" (Mondo Grosso Love Acoustic Version)Kay, Smith4:44
7."Corner of the Earth" (Milk & Sugar Short Club Mix)Kay, Harris4:13
French tour edition bonus disc
1."Everybody's Going to the Moon" 5:22
2."Do It Like We Used To Do" 7:32
3."Main Vein" (live)Kay5:14
4."Titan" (Live at Telewest Arena) 3:15
5."Feels So Good" (Knee Deep Vocal Dub)Kay, Harris, Fyffe7:34
6."Love Foolosophy" (Mondo Grosso Love Acoustic Version)Kay, Smith4:44
Original test pressing
1."Feel So Good" (uncut)Kay, Smith6:24
2."Little L" (extra percussion)Kay, Smith4:55
3."You Give Me Something" (uncut)Kay, Harris, Fyffe5:16
4."interlude #1" 0:35
5."Main Vein" (no vocal cut)Kay4:51
6."Corner of the Earth" (vocal variation)Kay, Harris5:40
7."Twenty Zero One" (uncut)Kay8:29
8."Black Crow" (vocal variation)Kay, Harris, Fyffe4:02
9."interlude #2" 1:22
10."Do It Like We Used To Do" (edited) 6:49
11."Stop Don't Panic" (uncut)Kay, Harris, Fyffe5:31
12."interlude #3" 0:20
13."Picture of My Life"Kay, Harris, Smith3:46
14."So Good to Feel Real"Kay, Harris, Smith2:14


"Cannabliss" was a track which was performed live during a pre-album tour in 2001. The track was scrapped from the project after Jay claimed that it wasn't even half complete at the time of going to press. The track's introduction was re-used for "Corner of the Earth". The album's title track, "A Funk Odyssey", was performed by the group while on tour; however, it was not included on the album. It is unknown whether this track is an outtake from the album, or was intended as a live-only track. "Shoot The Moon" was a further outtake from the album, performed live at least twice, once at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 2003, and once at a concert in Turkey. A live version from the aforementioned Montreux concert can be found on the DVD and Blu-ray concert film Jamiroquai – Live at Montreux 2003. One interesting fact about the song is that it was intended to have a horn section. The band did not have a horn section at the time, so the electric guitar had to substitute the horns. A studio version was never recorded. The test pressing of the album also featured three interludes. The first features band frontman Jay in an electronically manipulated monologue, asking himself why he would want to "shut down the funk assembly unit." The second interlude is a beatbox track, which was later sampled in the single "Feels Just Like It Should", while the third features Strauss's "The Blue Danube" being faded in slowly at a low volume. A case of synchronicity occurs when the test pressing is played to Stanley Kubrick's film adaptation of Arthur C. Clarke's 2001: A Space Odyssey.[19]



Additional personnel


Certifications and sales

RegionCertificationCertified units/sales
Australia (ARIA)[55]4× Platinum280,000^
Belgium (BEA)[56]Gold25,000*
France (SNEP)[57]2× Gold200,000*
Italy (FIMI)[58]Platinum100,000*
Japan (RIAJ)[60]Platinum255,000[59]
Netherlands (NVPI)[61]Gold40,000^
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[62]Gold50,000^
Switzerland (IFPI Switzerland)[63]Platinum40,000^
United Kingdom (BPI)[64]2× Platinum600,000^
United States186,000[65]
Europe (IFPI)[66]Platinum1,000,000*

* Sales figures based on certification alone.
^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.


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Veröffentlichungen von Jamiroquai die im OTRS erhältlich sind/waren:

Travelling Without Moving ¦ A Funk Odyssey ¦ Dynamite

Jamiroquai auf Wikipedia (oder andere Quellen):

Allgemeine Informationen
HerkunftLondon, England
Genre(s)Funk, Acid Jazz, Disco
Aktuelle Besetzung
Jason „Jay“ Kay (seit 1992)
Rob Harris (seit 2000)
Paul Turner (seit 2005)
Matt Johnson (seit 2001)
Derrick McKenzie (seit 1994)
Solá Akingbolá (seit 1995)
Ehemalige Mitglieder
Gavin Dodds (1993–1994)
Simon Katz (1995–2000)
Stuart Zender (1992–1998)
Nick Fyffe (1998–2003)
Toby Smith (1992–2002)
Nick Van Gelder (1992–1993)
Darren Galea (a.k.a. DJ D-Zire) (1993–2001)
Wallis Buchanan (1992–2001)
Lorraine McIntosh
Hazel Fernandez
Valerie Etienne

Jamiroquai ist eine international erfolgreiche britische Acid-Jazz-Band. Der Name setzt sich zusammen aus den Wörtern „Jam“ für die Musikrichtung und „Iroquois“ für den Stamm der Irokesen, mit deren Philosophie der Bandleader Jay Kay sich identifiziert.


Jamiroquai entstand Ende der 1980er im Zuge der Acid-Jazz-Bewegung in London, nachdem Jay Kays Bewerbung als Sänger der Brand New Heavies gescheitert war.

Jamiroquais erste Single When You Gonna Learn? wurde im Herbst 1992 auf dem Independent-Label „Acid Jazz“ veröffentlicht. Ihr erstes Album Emergency on Planet Earth erschien im Frühjahr 1993 bei einem Sublabel von Sony, die Jamiroquai für acht Alben verpflichteten. Bereits im Herbst 1994 legte die Band die zweite Platte The Return of the Space Cowboy mit dem Top Ten-Hit Stillness In Time nach.

Das dritte Album Travelling Without Moving brachte im Herbst 1996 die großen Charterfolge Virtual Insanity und Cosmic Girl hervor, mit denen Jamiroquai sich auf dem US-Markt durchsetzte. Das Video zu Virtual Insanity gewann bei den MTV Video Music Awards die Auszeichnungen für das beste Video, die besten Spezialeffekte, das beste Drehbuch und Breakthrough Video.

Die Hitsingle Deeper Underground vom vierten Album Synkronized war bereits im Sommer 1998 ein Teil des Soundtracks zur Neuverfilmung Godzilla. Mit Canned Heat hatte Jamiroquai Mitte 1999 einen weiteren Hit auf diesem Album, das anders als die frühen Platten nicht mehr so deutlich dem Acid Jazz zuzuordnen ist.

Das im Spätsommer 2001 erschienene fünfte Album A Funk Odyssey ist stark von Disco-Einflüssen geprägt. Der Titel des Albums lehnt sich an den Stanley-Kubrick-Film 2001: A Space Odyssey an. Die erste Singleauskopplung aus diesem Album, Little L, war in vielen Ländern ein Charterfolg.

Mitte 2005 erschien Jamiroquais sechstes Album Dynamite mit den Singleauskopplungen Feels Just Like It should, Seven Days in Sunny June und (Don't) Give Hate a Chance.

Im Herbst 2006 wechselte die Band zur Sony-Tochter Columbia Records. Für das Weihnachtsgeschäft kam ein Greatest-Hits-Album auf den Markt. Am 25. April 2007 trennten sie sich offiziell von ihrer Plattenfirma.

2010 erschien das siebte Album der Band mit dem Titel Rock Dust Light Star beim Label Mercury Records. Als Vorab-Single-Auskopplungen erschien der Song White Knuckle Ride.[2] Im März 2017 erschien ihr achtes Album Automaton mit einem vorab ausgekoppelten gleichnamigen Song.

Der ehemalige Keyboarder und Songwriter Toby Smith starb am 11. April 2017 im Alter von 46 Jahren.[3]


Jay Kay (2005)


JahrTitelHöchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartplatzierungenChartplatzierungenTemplate:Charttabelle/Wartung/ohne Quellen
(Jahr, Titel, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
1993Emergency on Planet EarthDE17
(19 Wo.)DE
(15 Wo.)AT

(19 Wo.)CH

(36 Wo.)UK
Erstveröffentlichung: 17. Mai 1993
Verkäufe: + 775.000
1994The Return of the Space CowboyDE37
(9 Wo.)DE
(6 Wo.)AT

(19 Wo.)CH

(42 Wo.)UK
Erstveröffentlichung: 17. Oktober 1994
Verkäufe: + 865.000
1996Travelling Without MovingDE9

(53 Wo.)DE

(16 Wo.)AT

(28 Wo.)CH

(95 Wo.)UK

(62 Wo.)US
Erstveröffentlichung: 9. September 1996
Verkäufe: + 3.745.000

(22 Wo.)DE
(12 Wo.)AT

(21 Wo.)CH

(40 Wo.)UK
(11 Wo.)US
Erstveröffentlichung: 8. Juni 1999
Verkäufe: + 1.892.500
2001A Funk OdysseyDE2

(21 Wo.)DE
(10 Wo.)AT
(42 Wo.)CH

(51 Wo.)UK
(6 Wo.)US
Erstveröffentlichung: 3. September 2001
Verkäufe: + 1.480.000
(16 Wo.)DE
(17 Wo.)AT

(17 Wo.)CH

(23 Wo.)UK
(2 Wo.)US
Erstveröffentlichung: 20. Juni 2005
Verkäufe: + 462.500
2010Rock Dust Light StarDE7
(12 Wo.)DE
(7 Wo.)AT

(19 Wo.)CH

(6 Wo.)UK
Erstveröffentlichung: 29. Oktober 2010
Verkäufe: + 215.000
(7 Wo.)DE
(6 Wo.)AT
(16 Wo.)CH

(8 Wo.)UK
(1 Wo.)US
Erstveröffentlichung: 31. März 2017
Verkäufe: + 60.000



  • 1998: in der Kategorie „Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals“ (Virtual Insanity)

MTV Video Music Award

  • 1997: in der Kategorie „Video of the Year“ (Virtual Insanity)


Commons: Jamiroquai – Sammlung von Bildern, Videos und Audiodateien


  1. Fakten und Platten
  2. http://www.jamiroquai.de/releases/detail/product/165395/0/rock-dust-light-star/
  3. factmag.com: Original Jamiroquai keyboard player Toby Smith has died aged 46


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