Welcome to a place of vision and beauty. Welcome to the world of space art.
Forgive my indulgence but I have been a fan of Space music (if such a genre really exists) since, would you believe Telstar (the pop song instrumental) back in the early 60s. Then leaping into the psychedelic music of the mid-60s, which still prevails to this day in its myriad flavours. In the early 70s I "found" Hawkwind. With their mix of hard rock, sci fi lyrics and electronic (nascent) flourishes my love of Space music was well and truly set. Then came Tangerine Dream with Phaedra and I have never lost that love of space/celestial/cosmic music. Klaus Shulze, Cluster, Cosmic Jokers, Brian Eno, Kraftwerk and the Kraut Rock scene generally and their music, I reckon, is still great today as it was back in the analogue 70s. A few examples if I may -
These are just links. They are not my videos obviously
Fripp & Eno's "An Index of Metals":http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cZx85NBBnek
Klaus Sculze's "Irrlicht":http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHTaCVTqolA
Tangerine Dream's "Rubycon":http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=No7L6CkKhwo
Robert Rich's "Hayagriva":http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RUavgSuTgkI
And a video favourite to take you there