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Album Review

Completing the trilogy that began with 2007's The Treasure, respected new age duo David Helpling and Jon Jenkins return with the deeply resonant album Found. Similar in scope and tone to both The Treasure and its predecessor, 2010's The Crossing, Found presents a lush sonic landscape that ranges from gently ambient to resoundingly intense. Spaced-out synth pads create a dense backdrop for the duo's slowly building pieces where gentle percussion soon develops into low, sonorous drums behind towering guitar leads. There is a languid feeling of tranquility throughout the entire album, but rock elements are certainly present in the duo's production, adding a welcome sense of excitement that, at times, borders on the cinematic. Both artists have claimed Pink Floyd as an influence and it can easily be heard in tracks like "Lost" and "Edge of Tomorrow," which echo moments of the band's 1987 album A Momentary Lapse of Reason. The slow, dream-like title track features a lovely wordless vocal section by South African singer Miriam Stockley, but otherwise, the album is entirely instrumental. Building on the fine work of two prior releases, Found is an engaging effort from a pair of well-seasoned musicians who know how to create a sense of drama.

Customer Reviews

Best of 2013 Already.

Wow, kids. Musicians making music playing instruments! Passionate, deep, celestial, vivid, symphonic and brilliantly produced. If what you're looking for is a soundtrack to life full of original ideas and performances then look no further. If you haven't given these guys a chance before then this is a good time to do so. Long time fans will be far from disappointed, as this is a continuation of recordings that have been entirely satisfying. Perfectly timed with the winter and fall seasons as well!


I have all of David and Jon's albums. The only word to describe their work and this album is AMAZING. Well done guys!! 5 Stars Plus!!

A Must Find

Let me just say that music has a profound emotional effect on me. So when I like a song, I feel it. I picked up this album the day it came out, I am a fan of these guys, and their solo work. For years I used to sleep out all summer long under star filled desert skies listening to music like this. This album brings that back to life for me.

The Opening - Nice song, but lacked a certain punch that I would like to hear at the outset. This could also be a nice ending.

Sun Racer - The best song on the album and honestly one of their best songs on all their albums. This song makes me cry with happiness. I do not know why, but it really fills me up. I did not want this song to end, wishing there was more and more added to it. I love this song and would love to play this and add more of what I see in my head.

Through and Through, Almost Never, Lost, Only Ashes, Through Tears fill a middle that lacks a lot of life. Still like a lot of their previous albums, I like it, but I wish there was something more to them. That doesn’t stop me from listening and recommending their work. These songs just feel sparse and empty in a way.

Edge of Tomorrow returns some life to the album and I really enjoy this song as well. This song has a different feel from the rest of their songs and I like the variety it seems to bring.

Found also is unique as it features a person’s voice. I think the first time in any of their songs. It was a nice song, but again seemed to return to empty space.

For the Ages comes crashing in at the end, but only half way through the song and I think I would have made this the first song on the album. It is a good song and I think provides the life this album seems to need.

Found is a lot like the previous albums, Treasure and The Crossing, but contains enough uniqueness that I could recommend it. David and Jon are insanely great in this genre of music. One of the few left out there in New Age/Space Music that really capture what I remember listening to as a kid. If there is any song you need on this album though, it is Sun Racer. I only wish there was more like this one. For more like Sun Racer check out David Helpling’s Sleeping on the Edge of the World and Between Green and Blue.

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