Words


Quotes:

"How ya doin'...no...how ya doin'?"

"Stay in school, don't go to school....stay in school, don't go to school" - contributed by Lisa McLaggan

"You gotta do what 'cha gotta do" - contributed by Arthur Ackles, Director of Marketing at Roche Brothers.

"You have to find the center of time." - contributed by Rick Stone, of the Quartet of Happiness

"Don't use your tongue...stop that tonguing..." - contributed by Rick Stone, of the Quartet of Happiness

"You dig!" - contributed by Vince Veloso, musician, of vincentveloso.com

"Otto, you're playing on those 2 by 4's, aren't you?"- contributed by Matt Otto

"In the early 1980's the Fringe performed a live radio broadcast and George was interviewed after the performance. The interviewer asked George how the Fringe played the way they did. George replied, "I listened to the messages." The interviewer asked where the messages come from, and George replied, "...from God". - contributed by Wayne de Silva

"Time to reminisce - Remember the days in the early 70's when you, Joe (Lovano), Tom Herbert (big big sound) and myself would shed at Berklee. I always thought we all played well especially Joe. One day out of nowhere George became a "monster player" and to this day we still can't pinpoint the moment that happened to make him the "monster player" he is today. Always remember the "TRANE " baby. You will always be like blood to me brother." - contributed by Mikey Moyer

"I play free with structure and structure with free." - contributed by Paolo Carraro

"EAT THE TURKEY!" - contributed by Dave Clark

"Don't know the tune? Just keep on walkin'!" - contributed by Dave Askren

On tour in Kyoto,Japan with Hiro's band, the band was sitting in a restaurant and for some reason the food took a couple of hours to come. We were all waiting forever. There were a lot of guys at the table and I was sitting directly across from George. We were all joking around killing time, when seemingly out of the blue George looked directly at me and said: "Jay, you got to know yourself" - contributed by Jason Rogers

"Everything in life is based on how you feel" - Submitted by Jody Espina from The DVD, In the Funk Zone with George Garzone published by JodyJazz

In response to Mike Stern jokingly bragging about having a distortion pedal, George, without missing a beat said, "I got a Garlic Crusher." - Submitted by Jody Espina from The DVD, In the Funk Zone with George Garzone published by JodyJazz.