There are a lot of wonderful things created in our culture that have been ignored that can speak to them.
That by listening to some music, by reading some books, by looking at paintings, and most important by hanging out with one another - by collaborating with one another and creating your own network - you can achieve something that is much better than what is out there.
Esquire, in a July, 1957 issue, has a photograph of me playing the French horn at the Five Spot.
When you are accompanying someone, you are listening to them the way you listen to a Bach Chorale, where four parts are going on at the same time, all of which are gorgeous melodies, all being played simultaneously.
Alfred Russel Wallace