What is good for one person might not be good for another- and conversely!
At Pier 39, while everyone in there was busy enjoying and doing his own thing, I was struck and amazed by the performance of a man playing a saxophone standing not far from us in the side walk. I noticed that no one was taking him seriously, except me. So, I stopped near the player and listened to his beautiful music . Among the songs played, according to him, were Kool Daddy, Feel It, Hurry Up and Wait, Day Runner, Pay Day Advance, All Things Are Possible and many more. Really, I was not so familiar with the songs but I liked the tunes and the sound coming from his saxophone.
I can feel that he was not just a developing player because he was so comfortable with the instrument. The exact sound I was getting made me realize that this man is surely doing this for a living. For me, his saxual performance was wonderful. (Using the right saxophone mouthpiece is one factor. Is he using the rousseau 4r alto sax mouthpiece? Maybe …)
How I wish I would own a saxophone and learn to play with it, too.