“The thing that makes jazz so interesting,” he said, “is that each man is his own academy,
if he’s really going to be persuasive, he learns about other academies, but the idea is that he must have that special thing. And sometimes you don’t even know what it is.”

Jazz: A History of America’s Music; by Geoffrey C Ward and Ken Burns

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