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Carin has performed on many Pink Floyd albums and dvd's:
- A Momentary Lapse of Reason
- Delicate Sound of Thunder CD and Video
- The Division Bell
- P-U-L-S-E CD and DVD
- Shine On
- The Mexican Carerra
- In The Flesh CD and DVD
- Flickering Flame CD
- Maryville Academy
- Concert For New York City
Jon is currently producing and writing an album with Richard Butler ( singer of The Psychedelic Furs ). He is playing all of the instruments and engineering. He is also part of the ongoing work of Roger Waters’ new album as well as developing new projects with Ric Chertoff and also with Perry Geyer of Cybersound. He can be reached at email@example.com and www.joncarin.com.
Jon started his career in his teens as a recording artist recording several hits in Europe with the band Industry. From there, he was asked by Industry’s producer Rhett Davies to work with Bryan Ferry on Bryan’s Boys and Girls album. He then performed with Bryan at Live Aid in London where he met David Gilmour of Pink Floyd ( who had joined Bryan on guitar ). This spawned an accidental twenty year career of assisting other artists in any way possible. Producing, writing, studio work as a multi-instrumentalist ( he plays guitar, bass, keys, drums, sings, and programs with equal ease ), and live performance. His list of credits is eclectic and varied. Pink Floyd ( he also co-wrote the hit ‘Learning to Fly’ ), Roger Waters, The Who, Pete Townshend, Bryan Ferry, Psychedelic Furs, Trashmonk, Richard Butler solo, Love Spit Love, Dream Academy, Gipsy Kings, Soul Asylum, Kashmir, Live, Eddie Vedder, Roger Daltrey, Fields of the Nephelim, Michael Kamen, Martha Wainwright, Baha Men, as well as film projects with David Gilmour and composing and producing the title track to the comedy Rat Race with Ric Chertoff and contributing to the soundtrack of The Invisible Circus with Nick Laird-Clowes. He has also been involved with Amnesty International, Greenpeace and Knebworth (Nordoff Robbins) fundraising events playing with Seal, Hugh Cornwall, Elvis Costello, Daryl Hall, Spinal Tap, Tom Jones, Sandra Bernhardt, Marc Almond, Terrance Trent D'Arby and others.
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