Stanley Crouch: I worked under Jayne Cortez at the Watts Repertory Theatre Company and Studio Watts, she introduced me to Ralph Ellison.
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Andy Gibb: Before, I was terrified on stage. I only play guitar during the acoustic songs. After a while, you can elicit certain responses from the crowd, like Elvis.
Margaret Walker: You is born lucky, and it's better to be born lucky than born rich, cause if you is lucky you can git rich, but if you is born rich and you ain't lucky you is liables to lose all you got.
Peter Coyote: The guys worked hard too, don't get me wrong. The women took care of the food, but the guys would be scoring building materials, lumber, dreaming, scoring dope, scoring goods, money, fixing the trucks, fixing the houses, creating events.
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