R.I.P. Jimmy. Say Frank a Hello from me. I enjoyed your show in Germany. Now it´s really a long time ago. Keep on rockin´in heaven.
I first met Jimmy in a drama class at Uni Texas El Paso (UTEP) around 1976. Jimmy had a quality that we all wanted to have, he was real. Next time I saw him was in Austin playing on 6th street, I spoke to him briefly. God speed Jimmy Carl Black. Thanks, Dale
A great man. He'll always be where the music is :-)
rest in peace jcb , now you and frank are back together again .
Rest in peace. Wakantankan has called you home.
MACHS GUT JIMMY!<br /><br />Wir vermissen einen der ganz Großen des Blues.<br />bye bye Indian!
Der Indianer ist Tot!<br />Es lebe der Indianer!<br />See You over in the Gloryland Jimmy!
rest in peace
WELCOME BACK JERONIMO BLACK!!!My condolences go out to your family,time to drive the old 59 chevy in the sky.You will be greatly missed, thank you for your time here!!!
I just heard the news of JCB's passing. I was first introduced to his work when I was a kid and found Absolutely Free and We're Only In It For The Money at the Misawa Air Base Library. I got a big kick from his periodic "inserts