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I hope our legacy will be enduring and that people think of us as an important band. But I think Ricky‘s guitar playing, our style of writing, the fact that we had men and women in the band and gay and straight, I think it’s an important band, and the way we wrote by jamming, we really had a different approach.
Thundercat, specifically, is insane. I’m always surprised at the things he comes up with when we’re jamming out together. I gotta try to keep up with him and his ideas, be able to respond without speaking, and come through with some more music. He challenges me to keep it musical and not so computer.
Jamming is really the most awful, excruciating experience for me; I really don’t enjoy it.
I like jamming to rap.
There is no substitute for jamming and getting to know each other on the road.
I think since our style is different, while jamming we want to let it flow without having any preconceived notions of each other’s style. That is the fun of collaboration, I guess.
You know, Nirvana used to start rehearsals with the three of us just jamming. For, like, a half an hour, just noise and freeform crap – and usually it was crap. But sometimes things would come from it, and some songs on Nevermind came from that, and ‘Heart Shaped Box‘ and stuff on ‘In Utero’ just happened that way.
I was at Stanford University up in the West Coast Bay Area, so the biggest song of my freshman year was ‘I Got 5 on It’ by Luniz, and the ‘I Got 5 on It’ remix was the joint that everybody was jamming constantly. And then it was also at that particular time that I became a fan of the Wu-Tang Clan.
When we were making Speaking in Tongues and Remain in Light, we were jamming. From that we were taking the best bits and then recording and improvising on top of those.
Its very sort of spontaneous and organic, not a preconceived sort of jamming. Now we record everything, cause sometimes you’ll forget, you know, ‘what was that thing again?’ So we record everything.
We don’t do lots of jamming on stage, but I think we have the attitude of exploring things and trying something new.