I'm not good enough, technically, to be a classic musician. I lack discipline.
The authentic Gullah dialect is actually very clipped, and so it would sound almost Jamaican and be very odd to an American audience's ears. It's not the typical Southern dialect that we're used to. It has a much more percussive rhythm to it.
If I didn't have a front-row seat on history, it was at least a seat on the aisle.
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