Yes, by all means check out Yamataka by Henry Wolff, Nancy Hennings & Mickey Hart. Recorded in 82 - 83 at Club Front it also marked Mickey's original use of the beam in a recording environment.
And if the sound of Tibetan Bells interests you, Henry & Nancy have 5 other disks out dating from the early 70's & their initial album, Tibetan Bells -> more recent albums from the late 80's/early 90's.
Henry & I used to be graduate students together & so I got to listen to a lot of Tibetan Bells (in Berkeley). It's really wild stuff - sounds which we would think today must have been synthasized, but which are totally "natural".
Henry & Nancy also did, with Philip Glass, the soundtrack to Koyanaquatsii in 81.