Get ready to be visually and aurally mesmerized by what amounts to a 21st-century interpretation of the progressive rock album "Out There" by Rick Wakeman & the New English Rock Ensemble. This video features computer-generated graphics and includes tracks such as "The Mission," "To Be with You," "Universe of Sound," "The Cathedral of the Sky" and much more.
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Have you watched Rick Wakeman: Out There yet? What did you think about it?