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  1. #61
    Two jazzers walk into a bar
    One of them struts like a star
    "I think so I am"
    Like Rene D in a jam
    Stop thinking and just play your guitar

    There. For utility.

    David

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    Quote Originally Posted by TruthHertz View Post
    Two jazzers walk into a bar
    One of them struts like a star
    "I think so I am"
    Like Rene D in a jam
    Stop thinking and just play your guitar

    There. For utility.

    David
    For utility: 'Descartes - before you're hoarse!'
    "Each heart vibrates to that iron string."
    Ralph Waldo Emerson
    (who obviously played in Carl Kress tuning)

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    All these puns are making the Engels in heaven cry out for mercy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grahambop View Post
    I'm running out of philosophers, I Diderot it would be this difficult.
    What? We're just getting Sartred!!


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    Good lord, I'm spending an inordinate amount of time trying to work "Aristotle" into this back-and-forth.

    It's like squishing Plato in your fist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thumpalumpacus View Post
    Good lord, I'm spending an inordinate amount of time trying to work "Aristotle" into this back-and-forth.

    It's like squishing Plato in your fist.
    Where do philosophers find the time? I mean, what do they do all day? They must all be Aristotlecrats.
    "Each heart vibrates to that iron string."
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    Gig, forum, music, words - the medium doesn't seem to matter. You're all just basically taking turns to solo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TKO View Post
    Gig, forum, music, words - the medium doesn't seem to matter. You're all just basically taking turns to solo.
    Now we're Tolkien!
    "Each heart vibrates to that iron string."
    Ralph Waldo Emerson
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  9. #69
    Quote Originally Posted by TKO View Post
    Gig, forum, music, words - the medium doesn't seem to matter. You're all just basically taking turns to solo.
    Being a jazz musician is not just about playing well, you must also learn to Husserl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grahambop View Post
    Being a jazz musician is not just about playing well, you must also learn to Husserl.
    It helps if you also have a sense of Hume-our.
    "Each heart vibrates to that iron string."
    Ralph Waldo Emerson
    (who obviously played in Carl Kress tuning)

  11. #71
    Quote Originally Posted by destinytot View Post
    Where do philosophers find the time? I mean, what do they do all day? They must all be Aristotlecrats.
    What they Ar is totle nerds.


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    Quote Originally Posted by blille View Post



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    Archimedes was always "the practical one."
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  13. #73
    C'mon guys, don't Holbach!

    (groan...)

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    Orff for a swim - Habermas Locke when I'm Hume from the Boole.
    "Each heart vibrates to that iron string."
    Ralph Waldo Emerson
    (who obviously played in Carl Kress tuning)

  15. #75
    Ok, who's naming their next recording 'Gignetic'? Admit it.. You thought about it Jazz Technobabble

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinfoilsuit View Post
    Ok, who's naming their next recording 'Gignetic'? Admit it.. You thought about it Jazz Technobabble

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    Maybe if it weren't autocorrected to "gigantic". It's hard to sell jazz records already lol




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    Quote Originally Posted by blille View Post
    Maybe if it weren't autocorrected to "gigantic". It's hard to sell jazz records already lol




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    Seriously a nieztsche market.

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    An album called 'Gignetic'? I think someone's Polanyi leg!
    "Each heart vibrates to that iron string."
    Ralph Waldo Emerson
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    Come on people, don't tell me we Rand out of puns!


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    A Burke-lee motto I'd like to see: "The only thing necessary for the triumph of The Eagles is for John Goodman to do nothing."
    "Each heart vibrates to that iron string."
    Ralph Waldo Emerson
    (who obviously played in Carl Kress tuning)

  21. #81
    Quote Originally Posted by blille View Post
    Come on people, don't tell me we Rand out of puns!


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    I'm sure we could Russell up a few more.
    Spiderman needs no fancy suit or gadgets plus he's a jazz guitar fan

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    Sheer pundemonium....
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    A long journey starts with the first step...and although I have long forgotten about my destination I'm still enjoying the journey.


    "I never practice. I just open the guitar case and throw in a piece of meat." (Wes Montgomery)

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    Come on - Spinoza handful more, please!
    "Each heart vibrates to that iron string."
    Ralph Waldo Emerson
    (who obviously played in Carl Kress tuning)

  24. #84
    Quote Originally Posted by docbop View Post
    Ernst Levy your talking about a person who taught music at MIT so that scholarly jibber-jabber is to be expected. Now if you have heard Coleman speak he doesn't talk anything like that and he is probably one of the most knowledgeable musicians I've ever heard speak going from someone bangs two rocks together to create a chant to the most modern progressive musicians like Threadgill and Muhal Richard Abrams.

    After spending years attending traditional college, private music schools, and working in a private music school I'd say the the Jazz Technobabble usually comes from the traditional college Jazz professors. The only ones that don't tend to talk that way are the ones that are still gigging in clubs and touring in summers. Real Jazz is street music and still is so you'll hear more people talkin' like Miles than like Ernet Levy. Then you have ones like Monk who on the rare occasion would answer a question his rely was to play something on the piano and walk away.
    If jazz was street music you would hear a lot of it played in clubs.

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