There were, of course, moments when I started to zone out, because it was all too much. But when I jumped back in, it was easy to find my place and adjust to the new landscape. Many kudos to Jesse, who has impressed me with, not only his playing, but his creativity, determination, and ambition as well.
As for my own improv, I kind of liked today's. It sort of strikes me as a mishmosh of different elements which are appearing to define "my style." A lot of impressionism, some Hungarian root-iness, and a smattering of Shostakovich. It's not all that well organized, and often could've gone in alternate directions, but still... I kinda liked it despite all its imperfection.
Here we go, Day 263: https://ia800302.us.archive.org/17/items/Improv5312/20120503150026.mp3