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Ozric Tentacles - Vitamin Enchanced (6 CD Box Set) (Remastered) (2013)

Electronic, Rock, Progressive Rock, Ambient, Jazz, Folk | Author: MusicBox | 20-07-2018, 18:50
Ozric Tentacles - Vitamin Enchanced (6 CD Box Set) (Remastered) (2013)Artist: Ozric Tentacles
Title Of Album: Vitamin Enchanced
Year Of Release: 2013
Label (Catalog#): MadFish
Country: England
Genre: Psychedelic rock, neo-psychedelia, space rock, progressive rock, jazz fusion, instrumental rock, electronica, psytrance, dub, world music, livetronica, ambient music, ethnic electronica
Quality: WAVPack (*.wv)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 6:20:58
Full Size: 7.19 Gb

Vitamin Enhanced boxset reissued - 6CD set fully re-mastered A raggle-taggle, unpretentious assortment of punk-infused, dreadlocked hippies, the Ozric Tentacles wove psychedelic audio-tapestries that captured the almost dangerous musical diversity of the free festival scene, blending acid rock with dub, reggae, ethnic world music and electronic, jazzy experimentation. This was the soundtrack to the herb fragranced, alternative lifestyle that wound its way around country lanes looking for a place to set up and party, away from the psychoses of corporate life. Fittingly, the band was formed at the Stonehenge Festival in 1983. Ed and Roly Wynne, Nick Van Gelder (Tig) and Gavin Griffiths (at that point known as the Bolshem People) were joined for a jam by Joie 'Ozroonuiculator' Hinton - a synth wizard who had just returned from India loaded with ethnic sound recordings that he had collected. At some point, having attracted an audience, someone asked what the name of the new ensemble was and Ed responded 'Ozric Tentacles' mainly because he couldn't think of anything else. The name stuck and a mainstay of the UK festival scene for the next 30 years was born. Without any desire or need for a record label, it was the Ozric Tentacles' cassette releases that funded and supported their journey through the '80s. These simple artefacts with photo copied inserts and rainbow, spray painted labels were sold in vast quantities at festivals, on the merchandise table at Club Dog and through a mail order outlet called Better Days Tape distribution. So treasured were the bands six cassette albums that in '94, just after the Ozrics hit the big time, the albums were re-mastered and packaged together in a six CD box set called Vitamin Enhanced which was sold in a limited edition of 5000 copies on the band's Dovetail Records label. Legend has it that the box set had been withdrawn due to complaints about the similarity of the packaging design to that found on Kellogg's Cornflakes boxes. Kellogg's were supposedly concerned about consumers confusing their musical tastes with their breakfast cereal requirements, although it remains uncertain if anyone requested a packet of Ozric Tentacles at the local supermarket. 30 years after that initial jam, the band are still going strong, having survived a string of personal tragedies, line-up changes, not to mention the ever changing vagaries of the music industry. Now, to mark this anniversary, Vitamin Enhanced is to be reissued, bringing confusion to breakfast buyers once more. All six of the albums have been carefully re-mastered, ensuring that they have never sounded better. The band are also emabarking on an extensive 30th anniversary tour.

CD1 - ERP Songs (1985)
01 - Velmwend
02 - Fast Dots
03 - Thyroid
04 - Spiral Mind
05 - Synth On A Plinth
06 - Dharma Reggae
07 - Tidal Otherness
08 - Erp Riff
09 - Descension
10 - Misty Gliss
11 - Dots Thots
12 - Clock Drops
13 - Five Jam
14 - Oddhamshaw

CD2 - Tantric Obstacles (1985)
01 - Og-Ha-Be
02 - Shards Of Ice
03 - Sniffing Dog
04 - Music To Gargle At
05 - Ethereal Cereal
06 - Atmosphear
07 - Ullular Gate
08 - Tentacles Of Erpmind
09 - Trees Of Eternity
10 - Mescalito
11 - Oddhamshaw Style
12 - Become The Otter
13 - Gnuthlia
14 - Sorry Style
15 - The Aum Shuffle

CD3 - Live Ethereal Cereal (1986)
01 - Erpriff
02 - Tentacular Explosion
03 - Stupid Reggae
04 - Aumriff
05 - Obstacular Explosion
06 - Og-Ha-Be
07 - Dots Thots
08 - Erpitaph

CD4 - There Is Nothing (1986)
01 - The Sacred Turf
02 - O-I
03 - Jabular
04 - Staring At The Moon
05 - Airy Area
06 - Travelling The Great Circle
07 - Imhotep
08 - Thrashing Breath Texture
09 - Crab Nebula
10 - Lull Your Skull
11 - Invisible Carpet
12 - The Eternal Wheel
13 - Kola B'pep
14 - There Is Nothing

CD5 - Sliding Gliding Worlds (198
01 - Yaboop Yaboop
02 - Soda Water
03 - The Code For Chickendon
04 - Guzzard
05 - The Dusty Pouch
06 - Sliding And Gliding
07 - Kick Muck
08 - It's A Hup Ho World
09 - Atmospheric Underslunky
10 - (Omnidirectional) Bhadra
11 - Fetch Me The Pongmaster
12 - Mae Hong Song
13 - White Rhino Tea
14 - Loaf Jaw
15 - The Green Island

CD6 - Bits Between The Bits (1989)
01 - Eye Of Adia
02 - Fragmentary Aura
03 - Sparkling Oasis
04 - Tidal Otherness
05 - Secret Names
06 - Symetricum
07 - Floating Seeds
08 - Ozrosis
09 - Wreltch
10 - Afterswish
11 - Koh Phangan
12 - The Cave Of Aeolus
13 - Puff Puff On A Chuff Chuff
14 - Health Music





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