yes, meaningless distinction, peace is the goal
right, king of jazz sax when jazz was king, most sax players would trade with him in a second
and...he was institutionalized and later in life (dead at 34) he couldn't get a gig at the club with his name on it 'birdland
many 'jazz sax players made lots more money...
picasso (the definition of 'artist) was rich and famous, and he wanted to be... he was a great artist
van gogh never sold a painting, even though his brother was his art dealer and tried throughout his life ...he kept painting
he died crazy, alone... and in a room full of manet, monet, degas, and gaugin the van gogh has got 'something coming off the wall and his paintings are now worth the most money
like, so what's the goal?
are there some things that money can't buy?
like acceptance of ourselves
ck the way rebecca taylor goes all out/'naked on stage,
one may say, the way it's gotta be...
or ck the way diane arbus did it...
'the safety in no safety
-run jazz musician, run
on the random aside/ I grew up saying "I don't play jazz
we thought (dreamed) we were 'punk rock
this is fun