I'm not a great piano player.
The real Jack Johnson was both more and less than those who loved or those who hated him ever knew. He embodied American individualism in its purest form; nothing - no law or custom, no person white or black, male or female - could keep him for long from whatever he wanted.
It's amazing the things you hear from your players talking to them one on one. I never embarrassed a player, I spoke with him alone.
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