Rest in Peace.
Digby Fairweather: (on becoming a full-time trumpet player) "Suddenly comforting, taken-for-granted aspects of my old life - sick pay, holiday pay and the annual bonus - were all gone and, instead, it was time to be haggling over fees, sleeping on floors, travelling on coaches, never trains for economy, always phoning after 6 or at least 12, fearing bills as they came in, I couldn't even get credit at Debenhams." – (Jazz News International Jan/Feb 1989).
Tony Williams: "I said, 'Miles, I mean Mr. Davis, can I sit in with your band?' Miles said, 'Go back, sit down, and listen'. So that was the first time I met Miles ." – (Down Beat, May 1989).
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