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All Music Guide - John W. Patterson
Jon Jenkins does superior, ambient keys, composing, and performing 11 tranceworld pieces. As Steve Roach, Robert Rich, Giles Reaves, Michael Stearns, Vidna Obmana, or Jeff Greinke would deliver, so Jenkins offers us a classic. Moody, spaced, subdued, tribal, introspective, relaxing, flowing, dream-imaged music abides within Flow. Peter Buffet and Tim Story stylings in piano portions are pleasantly evident. That Michael Shrieve-styled percussion effect appears here and there. Best comparisons on this CD would be Roach's Dreamtime Return crossed with Buffet's The Waiting. There resides a yearning and inner resolve in each track, coupled with understanding and depth of ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - John W. Patterson
Jon Jenkins does superior, ambient keys, composing, and performing 11 tranceworld pieces. As Steve Roach, Robert Rich, Giles Reaves, Michael Stearns, Vidna Obmana, or Jeff Greinke would deliver, so Jenkins offers us a classic. Moody, spaced, subdued, tribal, introspective, relaxing, flowing, dream-imaged music abides within Flow. Peter Buffet and Tim Story stylings in piano portions are pleasantly evident. That Michael Shrieve-styled percussion effect appears here and there. Best comparisons on this CD would be Roach's Dreamtime Return crossed with Buffet's The Waiting. There resides a yearning and inner resolve in each track, coupled with understanding and depth of soul. Jenkins' work inspires and heals. David Helping, Jeff Pearce, and Howard Givens contribute ambient electric guitars on assorted tracks.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/6/1998
  • Label: Spotted Peccary
  • UPC: 600028040226
  • Catalog Number: 402
  • Sales rank: 81,126

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Jon Jenkins Primary Artist, Primary Artist
Howard Givens Electric Guitar
David Helpling Electric Guitar
Technical Credits
Howard Givens Engineer, Executive Producer, Mastering
Jon Jenkins Producer, Engineer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Into a world of wonder

    That's the title of Track 2 on this outstanding quality release from Jon Jenkins. Raw power, beauty and elegance are all displayed within its exceptionally-good-value 73 minutes of music. 'Breathing in the deep' is 10 minutes of sublime drifting, absolutely blew me away. The lovely final track 'Ebb' rises and then falls gently away at the end to leave a warm glow. A couple of the tracks have a bit more percussion than I personally like, but the overall mix of the disc is superb.

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