You just completely lost me. To me, it's glaringly obvious. (I do realize you aren't saying it's not there, just that it's not obvious).By this comment I mean that Page is the least flashy, least recognizable as a Star Player -- I think he's an incredibly effective pianist within his ensemble, moreso now than ever, but he doesn't have Mike's synth bass bombs or Fish's banging-on-cans ostentation or Trey's guru-barker role to draw attention to what he's doing. He's so often the one presenting multiple options to the others in the group, and his style doesn't exactly leap off the stage.
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