"there are 3 things which I shall never forget about America-,the Statue of Liberty , Amos 'n' Andy and Jimmy Carl Black." <br /><br />George Bernard Shaw
Rest in Peace, dear Jimmy Carl Black. You've done your bit, and what a hugely fantastic bit that was.
very sad to hear of this. Jimmy was one of my favorite musicians. <br /> Best wishes and sympathy to his Family....
Dug your music from way back. I always thought that you were a cool guy. RIP bro.
Jimmy thank you for the great music RIP Jimmy although you have left us the music is still there
JIMMY,THANK YOU FOR BEING THERE FOR US.YOU NOW HAVE THE STRENGTH OF STRONG EAGLE WINGS AND THE COURAGE TO FLY TO NEW HEIGHTS INTO THE 4 WINDS.OUR NATIVE AMERICAN BROTHER
i had the honour of meeting jimmy last year when he was on tour with chadbourne,they spent the night at my place before heading off to a show in toronto, he was a super nice guy, he will be missed
meet jimmy in philly when he was on tour with the grandmothers. it was a honor. hell of a nice guy. rip brother.
I had the honour of opening up for the Mothers in 1969 at The Rockpile in Toronto. I spent the whole show filling Jimmy's milkshake container with beer and staring at his bass drum. One of my greatest memories. RIP and say hello to Frank for me.<br /><br />Seb
Ciao, Indian of the Group !!! R.I.P.