I just sit down at the piano and rattle it off.
I just see myself as a human being that's concerned about life.
Some tracks are with quartet and some tracks are with synthesizer.
I have music inside me and I'm very lucky to be able to play music and that's the way that I try to do it.
We're here to bring beauty to the world and make a difference in this planet. That's what art forms are about.
As long as there are musicians who have a passion for spontaneity, for creating something that's never been before, the art form of jazz will flourish.
When we first started playing we did a lot of rehearsing. We used to write out everything. In fact, that's the way everybody rehearses: we play the tunes and improvise.
It used to be that creative music was most of the music that you heard back in the '30s and '40s, and now it's like 3 percent. So, its kind of a struggle getttin' it out there.
I just try to play music from my heart and bring as much beauty as I can to as many people as I can. Just give them other alternatives, especially people who aren't exposed to creative music.
The bass, no matter what kind of music you're playing, it just enhances the sound and makes everything sound more beautiful and full. When the bass stops, the bottom kind of drops out of everything.