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Ozric Tentacles
CD Reviews
Paper Monkeys
Review by Gary Hill
Ozric Tentacles brand of space rock meets jam band sounds always manages to entertain.

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Spirals in Hyperspace
Review by Steve Alspach
Those veteran cosmic rockers are back! Celebrating their 20th anniversary of exploring rock's cosmos, the Ozrics are back with their 20th album. Anchored by mainstays Ed Wynne, John Egan, Seaweed, and with Schoo and Pazza on drums and bass respectively, this disc once again takes the listener to points unknown.
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Sunrise Festival
Review by Gary Hill
Ozric Tentacles have outdone themselves with this live set.
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The Floor's Too Far Away
Review by Steve Alspach
The Moody Blues came up with a song called "Veteran Cosmic Rocker," but if you really had to name someone to fit that category, it would have to be Ed Wynne.
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The Yumyum Tree
Review by Gary Hill
Ozric Tentacles are an odd band. Are they instrumental space rock? Are they a jam band? Something in between? Well, whatever they are, the plan works.
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Waterfall Cities
Review by Steve Alspach
Ozric Tentacles has been at the forefront of the more ambient realm of progressive rock for about fifteen years. Their trademark "pick a key and go for it" style of musicianship allows the listener to use the imagination more than most bands allow.
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Concert Reviews
Ozric Tentacles - Live In Milwaukee, WI 2000
Review by Gary Hill
The Ozrics came to Milwaukee and brought their particular brand of space rock to an appreciative audience. The band’s style seems to combine elements of Hawkwind with harder almost metallic elements, Grateful Deadish jamming and a solid prog sensibility.
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Inverse Gravity Vehicle - Magnetizer
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This double disc set is simply amazing. I’m fairly certain that when I do my list of best of 2010 this will be there.

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