He would have been 92 tomorrow.
Let us all dance unsquarely while we may.
--From The Chicago Tribune obit.As a humanist, he was at the forefront of integration, playing black jazz clubs throughout the deep South in the ’50s, a point of pride for him."For as long as I’ve been playing jazz, people have been trying to pigeonhole me,” he once told the Tribune."Frankly, labels bore me."