Warren Wolf: Beyond Perfect Pitch
GC: Really? Wow.
WW: I got the offer; I'd rather just play straight-ahead... at that point in time.
GC: I bet is pays better with Christian.
WW: Probably, because I've heard those R&B gigs pay at the max like 500 bucks.
GC: I've heard that. Because then you can get anyone to do it.
WW: The thing about those R&B gigs... not all, but the majority of them, you get more things quicker. Endorsements quicker, life might be better depending on who you are. You get to travel on your tour bus; you get to wear regular street clothes on the gig, access to a lot of different women, if you're that type of person.
GC: Want me to keep that in there?
GC: [laughs] Well I think that's why a lot of young people will do that, because they're still out there having fun. ]Signal to go onstage...] Oh, we're ready? Alright. I think that's good.
WW: You sure? We could do more over the break. I've got a lot to say, man.
GC: Actually, my saxophone student has to transcribe this. So this should be good.
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