Ed Wynne ‎– Shimmer Into Nature

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A1 Glass Staircase
Bass Guitar – Ed WynneSynthesizer [E.M.S. Synthswoops] – Tom Brooks (3)
7:55
A2 Travel Dust
Fretless Bass [Acoustic] – Ed WynneHang Drum – Paul HankinSynthesizer [E.M.S. Synthswoops] – Tom Brooks (3)Talking Drum – Neil Longhurst
9:15
A3 Oddplonk
Fretless Bass [Acoustic] – Ed Wynne
8:00
B1 Shim 7:44
B2 Wherble
Congas – Paul HankinEffects [Blip Flippery] – Natan Mantis
10:20

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180gm Heavy Weight Vinyl

Gatefold sleeve

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Etched): 07732985-A-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Etched): 07732985-B-1
  • Label Code: LC 01757

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
KSCOPE627 Ed Wynne Shimmer Into Nature(CD, Album) Kscope KSCOPE627 UK 2019 Sell This Version
KSCOPE627 Ed Wynne Shimmer Into Nature(CD, Album, Unofficial) Kscope (2) KSCOPE627 Russia 2019 Sell This Version
none Ed Wynne Shimmer Into Nature(5xFile, FLAC, Album, 24b) Kscope none 2018

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progfan97402

progfan97402

February 5, 2019
edited 7 months ago
It's my understanding that Ed Wynne had put Ozric Tentacles on hiatus making Nodens Ictus his primary focus. So there's a big chance we won't see a new Ozric release in the near future. But Ed did the right thing and released a solo album, Shimmer into Nature and, to no one's surprise at all, the music is not at all unlike the Ozrics. It's largely Ed solo though he gets some outside help from Paul Hankin, Silas Neptune, Tom Brooks, Natan Mantis, and Neil Longhurst. This album only proves how much Ed was the heart of the Ozrics regardless of who was in the band. While many didn't like the idea that Spirals in Hyperspace and The Floor's Too Far Away were essentially Ed solo albums with the Ozric name slapped in it, at least Shimmer into Nature is truly branded as an Ed solo album. Whatever the case you get plenty of that wonderful Ozric familiarity with Ed's trademark guitar playing and spacy synths throughout. Every fan of the Ozrics should check this one out.