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Shimmer into Nature

Ed Wynne

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1
Glass Staircase
Ed Wynne
8:02
2
Travel Dust
Ed Wynne
8:32
3
Oddplonk
Ed Wynne
8:06
4
Shim
Ed Wynne
7:49
5
Wherble
Ed Wynne
10:21
Total Playing Time    42:50
The debut solo album from the visionary Ozric Tentacles founder, Ed Wynne.

Shimmer Into Nature was recorded and inspired by the different locations Ed travelled to over three years: From deep in the Colorado Mountains to the Firth of Forth, via the coastlines of Cornwall and South Devon.

The music - comprising five long pieces - was written, programmed, mixed and performed by Ed, with mastering by Adam Goodlet at Re:Creation studios, with artwork designed by Psychedelic illustrator John Hurford.

"The idea is to transport the listener to a place where the everyday ups and downs of the world dissipate, leaving the mind free to wander through a colourful, omnidirectional guitar and synth driven musical landscape for a while, landing eventually, hopefully freshly charged, with a smile and a calmer spirit."
- Ed Wynne
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Kscope Studio Masters

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