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"Don Jazzy and I have a past, I never dated Wizkid" - Tonto Dikeh

"There's a sweet nirvana, Stirring on a jazzy, North Beach night" - William Henry Irwin

"Wynton Marsalis is jazzy the same way someone who drives a BMW is sporty." - Keith Jarrett

"I saw 'True Blood' once, and I like the jazzy feel of it and stuff." - Norman Reedus

"The truth is, the family is much more creatively nourishing because you're playing on a full keyboard. Whereas when you're single, you're just playing the upbeat jazzy tunes." - Jerry Seinfeld

"DJ Jazzy Jeff is the best DJ you can have at a party. Did you see his playlist? He has good taste." - Common

"I think it's my job to make any question interesting by coming up with a jazzy answer, otherwise I hardly deserve the spotlight, right?" - Michelle Tea

"In fact, the thing Lorraine and I liked best about the Pigman was that he didn't go around saying we were cards or jazzy or cool or hip. He said we were delightful . . ." - Paul Zindel

"There's a tendency to make jazzy educational software that's very uniform and therefore just like school. I'd like to see a company develop software for rebellious kids who don't want to go to school." - Seymour Papert

"I think that the jazzy approach that I have is based on the way that I hear music and in the way I play a supporting role to the other people in the band." - Jimmy Chamberlin

"When I discovered Gil Scott-Heron, I discovered a musical hero, a man who spoke baritone truth to power over jazzy funk at a time when funky music was primarily about shake, shake, shaking your booty." - Will Hermes

"I really do love bluesy-jazzy music, so I love Etta James, B.B. King and Billie Holiday. I love that they have soul in their voices - I think that's something important is having." - Bridgit Mendler

"If I take a less defensive tone, I'd admit that I couldn't write today a very jazzy, contemporary look at America as I did in 1979 in States of Desire." - Edmund White

"I've never heard anything Wynton [Marsalis] played sound like it meant anything at all. Wynton has no voice and no presence. His music sounds like a talented high-school trumpet player to me... he's jazzy the same way someone who drives a BMW is sporty." - Keith Jarrett

"The type of music that I love to sing would have to be more bluesy and jazzy and more soul-like because I love to belt when it comes to singing, so I guess bigger songs are what I lean more towards." - Thia Megia

"I'm usually the sparkle in a closet full of conservative clothes. Either that or my customer has a closet full of my clothes and a few conservative suits from Calvin Klein. I think you've got to give a girl what's missing from her closet. If something jazzy, tacky or sexy is what's missing, I provide it." - Betsey Johnson

"Yeah. My singing and my songs were very influenced by all of that. People would come up to me and ask, Is that a Billie Holiday song? I'd say, No, it's my song. The lyrics would be in my style, but the songs would be very jazzy." - Regina Spektor

"The greatness of America is that it produces exuberant geniuses like Louis Armstrong and Fred Astaire and Leonard Bernstein. We are meant to be a jazzy people who talk big and jump on the table and dance; we aren't supposed to be dopey and glum and brood over old injuries." - Garrison Keillor

"My record, Evolution, is really about me evolving as an artist and trying a few new things. There's a song called, Road Worn, which is about spending so much time on the road and is a lot more jazzy sounding than most of my other music." - Eliot Lewis

"I don't know if I will ever get sick of performing a song called 'Feels Like Loneliness' from Evolution. It's inspired by one of my favorite songs, 'Fever' by Peggy Lee. It's got a jazzy feel to it and I'm always able to put on a bit of character when I sing it, which is fun." - Sabrina Carpenter

"The type of music that I love to sing would have to be more bluesy and jazzy and more soul-like 'cause I love to belt when it comes to singing, so I guess bigger songs are what I lean more towards." - Thia Megia

"I don't understand why Europeans and South Americans can take more sophistication. Why is it that Americans need to hear their happiness major and their tragedy minor, and as jazzy as they can handle is a seventh chord? Are they not experiencing complex emotions?" - Joni Mitchell



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