Great music! I wish you all the best. Bert from White Label
Thank you Bert!! Hello from Texas!
Great guitar work John, as always a fine touch on the strings. God Bless!
thanks, brady. from a blazer like you, it means a lot!
Heyyyy.. Cool stuff - like me,
The Album "MEIN BLICKWINKEL" now obtainable at Amazon and Musicload .
You will find the link on my homepage.
Good luck with your music...
Absolutely outstanding original & creative instrumental music, keep up the really wonderful work, you are a very gifted & talented artist. Loving all your beautiful tracks. Awesome! God Bless you! My very best wishes to you from England. Rob.
thanks, rob! always such a pleasure and a bit surprising to get a message like yours out of the blue.
instrumental music gets such short shrift these days- a pity. songwriting with lyrics is great but instrumental music, i believe, leaves so much to the imagination and can be, thus, much more personal, in a way. anyway, thanks for listening and writing! cheers...
Had to stop by & enjoy your great tunes! ~~~Wishing you a beautiful weekend~~~ :-)
thanks, yolanda! i listened to yours, as well. smooth, silky and soulful!! have a great weekend...
congrats on being selected producer of the year by the Texas Music Awards for Shannie's "The Station" record.. way cool
I've had the privilege to be mesmerized by John Inmon's music since I came to Austin, TX in 1973 and we used to play shows together at Castle Creek, The original Saxon Pub and Armadillo World Headquarters and various and sundry Sunday haunts where the music that we loved we played together with the people that we loved. When He was John of Rusty, Layton & John. Rusty was Rusty Weir, Layton was Layton Depenning and John was the incomperable John Inmon. We were Wheatstraw and we were all trying to create our musical identities as Texas Honkey Tonkers influenced by the Beatles, CS&N, the Byrds , Johnny Winter Willie Nelson & Buddy Holly. John synthesized all those influences and then created his own signature with Jerry Jeff Walker and the Lost Gonzo Band and many other great Texas artists like Jimmy LaFave. John is a guitar slinger extraordinare, a great composer, writer, arranger and musical shaman. He continues to inspire me musically and personally because he is a fine example of a good man. Thank you John for sharing your talent with us for so many years and through so much great music.
I consider myself lucky to have flown within your sphere of influence and be bouyed by your uplifting musical precense. I have my own lyrics to "Mr. Happy" now and my own "Happy Dance". If for nothing else, thank you for that. Give Kaye my love and Play on Brotha! Andy Murphy
Great to see ya' here, buddy, passing this page along to everyone I know and slapped a big ol' recommendation for you up on my page...Hoping to see ya' again one day soon, even if, I gotta come to Texas to do it! Did I tell ya' I got a song about Texas now (-; (She made me do it...)
My best to you, always
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