yhe best band, the best artists: THE BEST MUSIC
>>By ravano (Monday, 24 Mar 2003 15:22)
Amazing new worlds unravel in front of my eyes.... even though I'm just listening to music....a understatement, surely! :)
>>By Twangy (Monday, 24 Mar 2003 16:01)
Everything I've ever felt or wanted to feel is contained in these discs. It satisfies (almost) every musical urge. I can't seem to get a full five disc carousel going without at least two of the mfill be Ozric Tentacles-I've tried, but I can't. WHY doesn't the rest of the world know about this band!?!?!?!
>>By Jellyfish (Friday, 11 Apr 2003 06:46)
Im just partaking of some vitamin enhanced ozrics with breakfast. Must say It needs no sugar and if you add a smirk and a pinch of sact as suggested on the box all becomes right with the world.
>>By jaypkay (Friday, 18 Apr 2003 15:16)
I can´t believe this group
There isn´t any group like this. It`s the most wonderfull music i`d ever listen.
Mix Camel with the early Yes, add a little bit of Pink Floyd and the oriental influence of Gong and you will have Ozric Tentacles. Trust in me
>>By julian (Friday, 16 May 2003 03:19)
Ozric's great, yeah.
I've just gotten into them, and they're pretty hard to find over here in terms of CDs...I ordered one in through a local shop, though... The Bits Betwen The Bits/Sliding Gliding Worlds
2 Discs of pure beauty and visuals. Go the Ozrics!
>>By kmozric (Friday, 30 May 2003 11:34)
the best of the world mistic music
>>By agma (Tuesday, 3 Jun 2003 15:14)
5 tagbol állo fanclubot alakitottam ki Csikszeredában, akiknek <b>Ozric Tentacles</b>a kedvencuk<br>I've made a fanclub made of 5 people in my hometown Csikszereda (Romania) who listen nothing but <b>Ozric Tentacles</b>
>>By Dawnson (Saturday, 28 Jun 2003 12:03)
I'm a big progressive rock (metal) fan, and a jazz-rock fusion fan. Ozrics delivers great space rock, thats for sure. It took me months and months to order Erpland, after I listened to samples of Ozrics online.
Which other albums or artists would you recommend? (I'm a fan of Gong and Steve Hillage and want to follow that vein.)
Would like to hear from anyone with music suggestions: email@example.com
>>By Savvy_stevie (Thursday, 29 Jan 2004 09:34)
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>>By gagliarchives (Saturday, 20 Mar 2004 22:12)
i saw the band in nashville 28/07/04 at exit inn. small venue - enormous gig. been listening to them for about 15 years but had no idea the band was such a live experience. the ozmen enthusiastically churned through a near 3 hour set, blinding light show , fantasmagoricalicious guitar, keyboards drums and bass. they navigated the band and the audience on a journey to the furthest known points of the universe, gliding effortlessly through classic tentacular mindbenders such as sploosh!, 0-1, sunscape, the throbbe, and many others. one from the new cd called chewier was just as billed and had my mind madly munching on the spiralled twisting aleph exploding into technicolored morphing kaliedoscopes of all that has been seen and some yet to be eternally creating everything from nothing the intelligent lights dance on turning turning turning
>>By turnmon (Sunday, 19 Sep 2004 18:07)
listen to the ozrics and go to the gong and hawkwind discussions...also listen to sphongle
>>By turnmon (Monday, 20 Sep 2004 19:31)
my mate colin reckons he played with a couple of the ozrics in a band called nucleii. has anybody heard them?
>>By bob blewit (Friday, 24 Sep 2004 19:40)
Nucleii were part of Dean Carter and the High Comission who released three or four albums, alongside their own career as Nucleii. Check the Delerium Records home page for more details. Particularly recommended is the Average Man album (if you can find it). Dean suffered from ME, and has been laying low for a while, but he's recovering and more is due soon...
>>By boo (Tuesday, 28 Sep 2004 02:37)
time is running out america. for over 17 years this amazing british outfit has been recording infinity for all to hear. they are not a commercial organization yet have achieved a great deall of success overseas. they come to the u.s. every so often but can only manage to sell tickets to small venues. i saw them in nashville in july. it was the most mindblowing show i've ever seen. they are coming back in the spring. please, america support this incredible and legendary space-rock band. they are kind enough to visit us and play for us even tough the money can't be great touring clubs. in europe and abroad this band is a huge draw. let's support these guys in spring. for touring info go to rubbish records.co.uk
>>By turnmon (Tuesday, 28 Sep 2004 18:03)
just bringin the subject up again
>>By turnmon (Monday, 11 Apr 2005 14:23)
read, ?, buy a c.d., and listen to it a few times before discarding it. what this band does is more subtle than you may think at first. usually a few times through a cd and you will tune in to the astral sounds of these mind bending journeys.
>>By turnmon (Friday, 22 Apr 2005 15:32)
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