Jason Moran on 'The Bandwagon'
JM: Yeah, it is taking form to a certain extent. They’ve been doing it for a while. I think the good thing is that somewhere out there someone is checking me out somebody’s checking Steve Coleman out, or Ralph Alessi, and they’re checking out the music. ...And when I was fifteen and I listened to Geoff Keezer and I listened to Greg Osby’s music it had an effect on me. So that forms a seed out there in the land that will become fertile, and who knows what’s going to come then. That’s what I think is the great thing about being on Blue Note. They constantly support what I’m doing and they’re putting it out there, because I know those seeds will help inform somebody else so that something can come after.