Tuesday, September 25, 2007
Sonny Rollins on Vanity Fair
Sonny Rollins answers the Marcel Proust Questionnaire for Vanity Fair . He thinks perfect happiness is never to be too happy and too sad. The living person he admires most is his plumber. He only lies if he's absolutely forced to by one of life's stupid entanglements. He doesn't need another talent from the one he already has. He lost so much on 9/11 that be doesn't consider possessions so important. His heroes in real life are those who give more than take.