Jazz•fflu•enz•a noun \ˈjaz-ˈflü-ˈen-zə\
Definition of JAZZFFLUENZA
1 : Chronic psychiatric condition that initially presents with a fervent belief that jazz is the central unifying language in which all equally tempered Western musical styles created with the human singing voice and/or human activated non-algorithmic music transducer devices (i.e. instruments) can be expressed. Advanced stages of the condition are manifest in the performer being absolutely convinced that well-executed jazz-infused music is entertaining to all but the least-sophisticated (i.e. American?) listeners. Late/terminal stage of the condition occurs when inflicted performers begin to perform said jazz-infused music in public venues.
2 : The Baltimore based jazz group comprised of Keith Gibson (keyboards, vocals), Guy Schehlein (sax, vocals), Edward Plant (bass), and Ted Naperkoski (drums), who are all terminally inflicted with the JAZZFLUENZA condition.
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