Hyped up with rightful cause by Dino himself, I had the absolute pleasure of experiencing REAL music for the first time, first hand last Sunday. Caught in silence between notes and carried up in a whirlwind on carousel melodies of an entrancing elixir by the guitar slinging sideman John Inmon. Some music doesn't move your feet because it's just dreadful. Some music moves your feet, (if not your whole body) because its just that good. Some music leaves you at stand still because it's that fucking great. I couldn't even move, jaw-dropped and in pure awe. He was humble in character, genuine, and full of stories about touring with music greats. Accompanied with an ensemble of other mastered sidemen, David Webb - KEYBOARD, Gerald T. Burns - BASS, Bobby Kallus - DRUMS who had only performed together for the first time that night, the four horsemen took us to the gods of music for 2 solid hours and brought us back to earth at the end with an epic rendition of All Along The Watchtower.
In short, yet another marvelous Sunday at Dino & Leslie's Rawhide Trails House Concerts.
Oh, Here's a link to a video of John Inmon kicking ass.
it's been said time after time and there is great truth in it: make the most of every moment.