Trey, in St. Louis Post-Dispatch 3/25/92
Slowly, over time, we started picking up on the jazz thing. It's really an important thing to learn, on a lot of different levels. First of all, it's the American art form. Second, harmonically and musically you learn so much from jazz, even if you're not going to be a straight-ahead jazz player. Any kind of musician can learn from jazz
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