Ozric Tentacles live @ Islington Academy, London

The lineup featured Ed Wynne (guitar, synths), Ed's wife Brandi Wynne (bass, keyboards), Silas Wynne (synths, keyboards - Ed's son) and Oliver Seagle (drums, percussion).

Can't say I haven't missed the old line up, with "Jumping Jon" Egan, who used to dance around the stage in a trance-like manner while playing a variety of flutes... but still I had quite a bit of fun listening to this weird psychedelic family belting out spacey vibes. Even more cause they included several old Ozrics classics which I really enjoyed!

Here's an excerpt (bootleg quality I know..)

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Michele Pasin. Ozric Tentacles live @ Islington Academy, London. Blog post on www.michelepasin.org. Published on Oct. 29, 2010.

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