Adventures in Odyssey cassette labels saw various designs when albums were available on cassette.
Until the release of the Gold Audio Series, starting in 2003, Albums 1 - 15 were only available of cassette.
|This is the first cassette from the 1987 release of the Family Portraits package. The brown striped design was used on many tapes of Focus on the Family broadcasts that were distributed in the 1980s.|
|This is an Odyssey USA cassette of #18: “A Member of the Family, Part 2”. These tapes were distributed at Focus on the Family and given to listeners who wrote-in for a "free copy of today's show."|
|This is a tape of #14: “Missed It By That Much” from the first release of the Adventures in Odyssey album. This design eventually replaced the Odyssey USA design after the show was renamed in 1988.|
|This is a copy of #36: “Kid's Radio” from an earlier version of Album #2: Grins, Grabbers, and Great Getaways with art by Bruce Day. This was the first design with Odyssey character art. Some McDonalds samplers also used this design.|
|This is a copy of #108: “Isaac the Courageous” ordered from Focus on the Family. Like all ordered tapes, it contains a cassette number, in this case "CC 057."|
|This is a cassette of #130: “Bernard and Joseph, Part 1” from Album #9: Amazing Antics, Dynamic Discoveries. The character art matches the art in the video series.|
|Some cassette albums also featured a modified version of the the previous label with Whit, Connie and Eugene. This episode on the cassette pictured is #155: “Waylaid in the Windy City, Part 1” from Album #10: Other Times...Other Places. Some McDonalds samplers also used this design.|
|This is a copy of "War Games" ordered from Focus on the Family. The episode was re-titled to #198: “Treasure Hunt” before its inclusion in Album #14: Meanwhile, in Another Part of Town. The text on the label has a different style that than on tapes included in albums.|
|This is a cassette of #293: “A Code of Honor” cassette from Album #22: The Changing Times.|
|This is a cassette of #387: “New Year's Eve Live!” cassette from Album #31: Days to Remember. The Tommy Nelson logo in the bottom left corner when Focus on the Family partnered the company.|