Affirmative action in action

No wait. I think these guys earned it. Defining what rock and roll is. You get lost and don’t realize you’re coming to the end. Then you are thankful to have found that path.
If you don’t find the groove maybe it is because, as Stefan said, you lack the ability to enjoy music. Not good enough for it? Too good for it? Maybe it is an acquired taste, like beer or coffee. I don’t know how I got here. But when a band plays together and it all falls into place just for the exhilaration of it, it is a precious thing. Note the piano at about 3:25. Turn up the volume and dance around the kitchen. You are not alone.
David Lindley 1988 Roxy, D.C.


2 responses to “Affirmative action in action

  1. Lindley is rock’s premier lap steel player. I love his contributions to Jackson Browne’s “Running on Empty” album.

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