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Hi,

A difficulty in the following sentence:

"You like the guy, how he plays.
Let's just play a little jazz."

I mean, can "play a little jazz" have an indiomatic meaning and if so please explain it.

Thanks.
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Not that I am aware of, or can locate on Mr. Google. Could you give us a larger context, and maybe we can figure it out.
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Tow guys are talking to the jazz musician.

One is about to kill him, the other one is protesting:

"Come on, give the dude a pass.
You like the guy, how he plays.
Let's just play a little jazz."

Things getting better?

Thanks, Manohonor.

I don't believe it's an idiom, he's just suggesting they play along with or at least listen to the jazz musician, rather than killing him.