Love you, Jimmy....you were an inspiration. Goodbye
Maybe it was early '68 . . . You know what they say: If you can remember, you weren't there :D<br />ALWAYS in our hearts. Peace Brother.
When my dad walked by the ol' tube stereo in early 1967 and heard the 'Indian' thing jump out of the speakers, he stopped in his tracks and asked "What kind of morons are they?" I answered "MY kind of morons, dad." I have loved you ever since :-) Give Frank and Jimi a big hug for me and don't 4get to say THANX [to you ALL] RIP my friend. The Music lives FOREVER ! ! ! !
The beat of the "Indian" lives on...<br />Godspeed JC
I definitely know,that without you no MOI could have happened.You always have been in the shadow of FZ.<br />But for me you've always been as important as FZ.<br />There always has been something exceptional.<br />I enjoyed the way you celebtated your drumkit.I even loved your singin'. <br />And now the time has come to say "thanx a lot".<br />Good bye.F.
hi, boys and girls, i'm jimmy carl black and i'm the indian of the group. classic! i'll miss you, jimmy!
Thanks for all of the great music. Rest in peace
Again a youth hero passed away ... Frank Zappa, Syd Barrett, Richard Wright and now Jimmy, the Indian of the Group. We're getting older .... but the music lives on!! Rest peaceful Jimmy!
Rock on Jimmy !!!
It was a pleasure to meet you, thanks for signing my records and for the great stories....rest in peace big man....J.D