Nodens Ictus - Live At The Pongmaster's Ball 2002 mp3 album
Live At The Pongmasters Ball (2xCD, Album, Unofficial). G. & P. Essential Music. To top everything off, there is a documentary about the gig, including soundcheck jams, interviews with just about everyone involved and cuts of the Nodens Ictus performance (which was also filmed but has not been released). This release is as good as any Ozrics gig you've been to and if you haven't, it'll show you why some people go again and again and again.
Live, released in 2010. Songs, Tracks Listing.
A track of theirs, Erp Riff 83, can be heard on the compilation album A Psychedelic Psauna. He formed Ozric Tentacles in 1983 along with his brother Roly Wynne and other members at the Stonehenge Free Festival. After several line-up changes, Ozric Tentacles started to be guided more and more by Wynne, who aside from guitar and keyboards was also becoming responsible for beat programming and other studio efforts. He has remained the only original member of the band. The current line-up includes Ed Wynne's separated wife Brandi Wynne on bass guitar, and son Silas Neptune on keyboards
Live at the Pongmaster's Ball (2002). Sunrise Festival (2008). Live in Italy (2010). Live At The Academy Manchester 1992 (2011). Live At One World Frome Festival 1997 (2011). Pepler and Hinton have also occasionally collaborated with Ed Wynne as Nodens Ictus. Christopher "Seaweed" Lenox-Smith was previously a member of the Thunderdogs and Moksha
Erpsongs was the band's debut album in 1985 and was released on cassette only originally. This new site for Ozrics Music is currently undergoing developement, but is already offering rare releases for Ozric Tentacles and Nodens Ictus.
Watch now Nodens Ictus's video clip of album "Live At The Pongmaster's Ball 2002".
Live At The Pongmasters Ball (2CD) '2002. Oakum (studio cd single) '2001. The Bits Between The Bits '2000. Sliding Gliding Worlds '2000. The Hidden Step '2000. Swirly Termination '2000.
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- Guitar, Synthesizer, Sampler – Ed Wynne
- Synthesizer, Sampler – Joie Hinton