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Ed Wynne

Ed Wynne
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Edward Wynne (born 3 June 1961 in Wandsworth, London) is an English guitarist, synth player, and composer, leader of Ozric Tentacles and Nodens Ictus.
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Ed Wynne — Shimmer into Nature Ed Wynne — Shimmer into Nature
(Kscope 827, 2019, CD)
Various Artists — Space Rock: An Interstellar Traveler's Guide Various Artists — Space Rock: An Interstellar Traveler's Guide
(Purple Pyramid CLO0355CD, 2016, 6CD)
Quantum Fantay — Dancing in Limbo Quantum Fantay — Dancing in Limbo
(Progressive Promotion Records PPRCD 032, 2015, CD)
Ozric Tentacles — Techicians of the Sacred Ozric Tentacles — Techicians of the Sacred
(Snapper Music SMACD1015, 2015, 2CD)
Ozric Tentacles — Sunrise Festival Ozric Tentacles — Sunrise Festival
(Snapper Music SMACD953, 2008, CD+DVD)
Jordan Rudess — The Road Home Jordan Rudess — The Road Home
(Magna Carta MA-9092-2, 2007, CD)
Ozric Tentacles — The Floor's Too Far Away Ozric Tentacles — The Floor's Too Far Away
(Magna Carta MA-9085-2, 2006, CD)
Ozric Tentacles — Spirals in Hyperspace Ozric Tentacles — Spirals in Hyperspace
(Magna Carta MA-9067-2, 2004, CD)
Ozric Tentacles — Live at the Pongmaster's Ball Ozric Tentacles — Live at the Pongmaster's Ball
(Snapper Music SMADVD007, 2002, DVD)
Ozric Tentacles — Pyramidion Ozric Tentacles — Pyramidion
(Snapper Music SMMCD638, 2002, CD)
Ozric Tentacles — The Hidden Step Ozric Tentacles — The Hidden Step
(Snapper Music SDPCD153, 2000/2004, CD)
Ozric Tentacles — Swirly Termination Ozric Tentacles — Swirly Termination
(Snapper Music SDPCD139, 2000/2003, CD)
Ozric Tentacles — Waterfall Cities Ozric Tentacles — Waterfall Cities
(Snapper Music SDPCD154, 1999/2003, CD)
Ozric Tentacles — Spice Doubt Streaming - A Gig in the Ether Ozric Tentacles — Spice Doubt Streaming - A Gig in the Ether
(Snapper Music SDPCD119, 1998/2002, CD)
Ozric Tentacles — Curious Corn Ozric Tentacles — Curious Corn
(Snapper Music SDPCD151, 1997/2004, CD)
Ozric Tentacles — Become the Other Ozric Tentacles — Become the Other
(Dove CD 8, 1995, CD)
Ozric Tentacles — Arborescence Ozric Tentacles — Arborescence
(IRS 72438 29486 29, 1994, CD)
Various Artists — Space Daze Various Artists — Space Daze
(Cleopatra CLEO 79162, 1994, CD)
Ozric Tentacles — Jurassic Shift Ozric Tentacles — Jurassic Shift
(DOVE CD6, 1993, CD)
Ozric Tentacles — Erpland Ozric Tentacles — Erpland
(Snapper Music SMMCD554, 1990/1998, CD)
Amon Düül with Robert Calvert — Die Lösung Amon Düül with Robert Calvert — Die Lösung
(Eastworld EWO025CD, 1989/2008, CD)
Ozric Tentacles — Pungent Effulgent Ozric Tentacles — Pungent Effulgent
(Snapper Music SDPCD129, 1989/2003, CD)
Ozric Tentacles — Vitamin Enhanced Ozric Tentacles — Vitamin Enhanced
(DOVE BOX 1, 1989/1994, 6CD)

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