Jimmy,<br /> I am so glad I got to meet you and see you and hear you when you ventured back to the States last year. I met you in Somerville Ma. With Mr. Chadborn.<br /><br /> I won't be sad, please say hi to everyone you see.<br />All the best and love to you your family and friends.<br /><br /> Geoff
Dear Jimmy, were all missing You!<br />Rest in peace....well see us again....<br />All our thoughts are with Moni and all Your Family.<br /><br />Jacqueline,Michi,Lisa und Svenja.
We'll miss you and your contribution to many memorable times in our lives. Give my best to Zappa.
I remember all the way back to Freak Out and was lucky to see JCB with the original MoI line-up in the Spring 69 UK tour and bought the GB album on its first UK release. I'm smiling at the memories, but I feel sad he's gone.
Wow. I first saw Jim with The Mothers in Chicago when I was 15 years old, a few hours after being tear gassed by the police. I saw him here years later with his own group. He was warm and friendly, spending time with the fans after the show. Hope he finds his waitress.
Been listening to JCB since I first heard Absolutely Free 40 years ago. Was lucky enough to see him in Boise 5 years ago. God speed and say hi to Frank for all of us, Jimmy.
Glad to have seen JCB swinging behind the drum kit, grinning like a boy, about a year ago in Boston with Eugene Chadbourne. Filled my heart.
TV Dinner by the pool, I'm so glad I finished school! You and Frank are having a time up there, I'm sure. I'm glad for the time you spent down here with us! RIP Jimmy Carl Black.
Here's to a truly nice guy. It was a pleasure to work and be a friend with Jimmy. One hell of a musician<br />and a heck of a house painter.<br />Sure am gonna miss ya!
I'll always remember you, Sonny, and the days when we bonded, loading hay in the upper valley in El Paso with our pals on Jimmy Ulmer's farm. God Bless You..