Musician and embodiment of improvisational creativity, Jean-Paul and I sit down after home made burritos for one of the more relaxed chats I’ve had on this program. So much so, I had to cut it in half, so the apparent edits give chunks discussing the Elisa Lam mystery, music, and how it is that we integrate in to a society via education and raw instincts. I avoid telling a bizarre story concerning my trip between Tucson and Los Angeles, focusing instead on the lesson learned, discussing how to be an ego living in two worlds.
The intro music is “Govinda Jai Jai” from Alice Coltrane. Photograph courtesy of Megan McIsaac. To learn more about Jean-Paul, find him on SoundCloud as JPJENKINS or go to his homepage at www.jeanpauljenkins.com.