The converse side of what I see in a lot of young musicians who just want to be very famous and very rich, very quick — was a goal that we didn’t understand at all in those days, because our idols were not symbolic of that. It was Charlie Parker and people that almost died in poverty, and drugs, and they didn’t have that. They didn’t think of opulence or that kind of living, jet planes and limousines, and all those things. Today that’s a running thing. It’s a huge business now, where very young people make enormous amounts of money, and have to deal with an almost super-human position, trying to absorb that kind of adulation and recognition and fame, and adoration and money. It’s a very abnormal situation, and they’re trying to make it normal, ’cause it’s not normal, so we have a lot of casualties as a result of that.