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"Huge respect Egregio Maestro!
Like so many others, I feel I owe you big time. Seeing you on TV in the '70s on the 'Shabazz' tour demonstrated that freedom and discipline in exactly the right balance was essential to the serious art…"
"Your words on your spectrum album "what is life but a sprectrum and what is music but life itself" share my life.... "Stratus" is one of my life's faves since 37 years
I am very happy to meet you in this wonderful…"
Like so many others, I feel I owe you big time. Seeing you on TV in the '70s on the 'Shabazz' tour demonstrated that freedom and discipline in exactly the right balance was essential to the serious art of playing jazz - and that footage led me to so many great records.
As a keyboardist, I devoured what Milcho and all your fantastic sidemen were playing in relation to your rhythm innovations - it taught me a whole new approach to playing time, things I could never have remotely imagined. I have closely followed your career from then on - an ongoing education in fine, adventurous music.
When my daughter Eartha started taking singing seriously, her first gig was with Asere at Bristol Colston Hall - right after attending a songwriting week with them (which certainly knocked my first gig for six!)
A Billy-on thanks to you, Mr BC - long may you reign!