Jude Gwynaire | Pleiades Star Glider

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Pleiades Star Glider

by Jude Gwynaire

A dreamy, pop-orientated composition featuring the Korg M50 synthesizer.
Genre: New Age: Space
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Pleiades Star Glider will feature on the forthcoming, space-orientated album 'Exotic Plants sand Flowers'.

In astronomy, the Pleiades is an open star cluster containing middle-aged, hot B-type stars located in the constellation of Taurus. It is among the nearest star clusters to Earth and is the cluster most obvious to the naked eye in the night sky. The celestial entity has several meanings in different cultures and traditions. The cluster is dominated by hot blue and extremely luminous stars that have formed within the last 100 million years. Dust that forms a faint reflection nebulosity for around the brightest stars was thought at first to be left over from the formation of the cluster (hence the alternative name Maia Nebula after the star Maia), but is now known to be an unrelated dust cloud in the interstellar medium, through which the stars are currently passing. Computer simulations have shown that the Pleiades was probably formed from a compact configuration that resembled the Orion Nebula.[7] Astronomers estimate that the cluster will survive for about another 250 million years, after which it will disperse due to gravitational interactions with its galactic neighborhood.[8]



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Swirling electric piano meets the Velvet Underground!
A pleasant excursion into the chillout/space rock/ambient scene. I like the way the Velvet Underground-like feedback (guitar or keyboard?) filters in and out of the repeated electric piano riff. Quite charming.

Susie Meddings

Space flight to the Pleiades!
A swirling and delicious trip to the Pleiades via space-glider...what more could you dream of? A+++++