The goal is to capture the magic of reality within the confines of a podcast, a prism into the heart and soul of those who live for passion.
Each episode will be a window into the mind of an individual as they share their art with the world.
Join us on an audio excursion into the music, the mind set, and the method of a man who lives for creativity.
On this episode, we take a journey into the perspective of an individual who’s chasing something, a dude that cruises his own creativity as he produces music into the world…
EDM, Electric Rock, Hip Hop, Acoustic Soul, and…
an identity that continues to shift itself, adapting to the climate of his own passion as he moves energy towards positivity in pursuit of the man he wants to be, and the life he wants to lead…
Inside the Minds Eye with Lennon Jones
Music featured on this episode:
“Inside the Minds Eye Theme”- Written and Produced by Chase Perry (Theme song contains elements of “Head Over Heels” by Tears for Fears and audio excerpts from David Foster Wallace and Alan Watts.)
“Electric Lady”- Written and Performed by Lennon Jones.
“Square One”- Written and Produced by Coldplay from their album “X & Y”.
“Put Your Mind To”- Written and Performed by Lennon Jones.
“I Don’t Get You”- Written and Performed by Lennon Jones.
“See You in Miami”- Written and Performed by Lennon Jones. (Produced by GOZR).
“Down In It”- Written and Produced by Nine Inch Nails from their album “Pretty Hate Machine”.
“Type of Night”- Written and Performed by Lennon Jones. (Produced by JReid).
“Inside Your Mind”- Written and Performed by Lennon Jones.
“Tomorrows World”- Written and Performed by Lennon Jones.
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2 thoughts on “Inside the Minds Eye with Lennon Jones”
I think what really separates artists from the creative type to those who are successful is follow through. It is a huge challenge to not strive for perfection and to instead just keep creating and sharing. Like Lennon was saying, keeping things in the idea phase shelters them. In my head, I have so many “perfect” ideas that I don’t want to ruin by trying to make them concrete creations….a challenge I work daily on pushing past.
Great website I really like the concept and everything you have put together so far.
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Thanks a lot for listening my man. One of the things we didn’t really touch on is releasing things when they may not be up to standard.
The cool thing about the day and age we live in is the fact that content streams so seamlessly that a “less than perfect” projection of creativity will easily be forgotten by the public, while it remains valuable for an artists own development as a creative.