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Jon Jenkins is primarily a musician in the [tag]electronic[/tag]/[tag]ambient[/tag] genre. Jon Jenkins is primarily a musician in the [tag]electronic[/tag]/[tag]ambient[/tag] genre.
-"I've always been fascinated by the ability of a good piece of music to stimulate the imagination and transport the listener to another place in their mind without ever leaving their chair. Growing up, I listened to a lot of music like [artist]Pink Floyd[/artist], [artist]Genesis[/artist], [artist]Marillion[artist], [artist]Peter Gabriel[/artist], and [artist]Tangerine Dream[/artist] because they always made albums to be experienced rather than just listened to, and they all maintained a nice balance between power and space. I couldn't get enough of that stuff, so I just started to create the music I wanted to hear." +"I've always been fascinated by the ability of a good piece of music to stimulate the imagination and transport the listener to another place in their mind without ever leaving their chair. Growing up, I listened to a lot of music like [artist]Pink Floyd[/artist], [artist]Genesis[/artist], [artist]Marillion[/artist], [artist]Peter Gabriel[/artist], and [artist]Tangerine Dream[/artist] because they always made albums to be experienced rather than just listened to, and they all maintained a nice balance between power and space. I couldn't get enough of that stuff, so I just started to create the music I wanted to hear."
Jenkin's 1995 debut album, "Continuum," was a collaboration with Paul Lackey. His solo debut album, "[album artist=Jon Jenkins] Flow[/album]," was followed by "[album artist=Jon Jenkins]Beyond City Light[/album]." Jenkins has also collaborated on an album with [artist]David Helpling[/artist]. Jenkin's 1995 debut album, "Continuum," was a collaboration with Paul Lackey. His solo debut album, "[album artist=Jon Jenkins] Flow[/album]," was followed by "[album artist=Jon Jenkins]Beyond City Light[/album]." Jenkins has also collaborated on an album with [artist]David Helpling[/artist].

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Jon Jenkins is primarily a musician in the / genre. "I've always been fascinated by the ability of a good piece of music to stimulate the imagination and transport the listener to another place in their mind without ever leaving their chair. Growing up, I listened to a lot of music like Pink Floyd, Genesis, Marillion, Peter Gabriel, and Tangerine Dream because they always made albums to be experienced rather than just listened to, and they all maintained a nice balance between power and space. I couldn't get enough of that stuff, so I just started to create the music I wanted to hear." Jenkin's 1995 debut album, "Continuum," was a collaboration with Paul Lackey. His solo debut album, "Flow," was followed by "Beyond City Light." Jenkins has also collaborated on an album with David Helpling.