Wow Homeboy, look at this.. You still have fans and friends remembering you, your music, and your spirit! You did real good ese.. Every day on my way home, I look west across the Mesilla Valley, see Black Mountain, and remember when we spread your ashes on the top of that Volcano!Wow,,, please remember you Jimmy Carl Black friends and Fans,, he belongs in the Rock&Roll Hall of Fame... Tell them to induct him in 2010...And as he would say,, Thanks Mucho...
We Played together briefly in the early eighties. A very sweet man
there is a new BBQ joint in nashville that is named after jimmy carl. it's called jimmy carl's lunchbox and the guys who own it are big frank and jimmy carl fans. if you are ever there might be worth a look and taste.
Goodbye my friend - it's a great loss for all of us but you will stay in our hearts and minds. An Moni: wir haben uns leider nur 1x getroffen (Fieberbrunn), ich wünschte, es wäre uns öfter vergönnt gewesen; was bleibt, ist seine Musik und die Erinnerung an einen besonderen Menschen. Alles Gute!
A fine musician. A free spirit. A real gentleman. I had the good fortune to meet him after a show in Tokyo last year, and he was enthused and wide-eyed as a 9 year old boy.Anthony,Santa Sprees
Hi ! I remember meeting Jimmy (and Don Preston) in-94 after a Grandmothers-gig in Stockholm. My friend and me invited Jimmy and Don to a party later the same nite but the had to leave early the next to go to Italy. I said: You do get áround.Jimmy said: - Yeah man, balls to the walls! What a great guy! Rest in peace , buddy!
I'll never forget 1970 backstage at the Santa Monica civic center when Jimmy sang, "I got a Feeling" by the Beatles, as he exhaled a joint two inches in front my face. Rest in peace my friend.
Porca miseria, apprendo la notizia solo adesso.Grande rispetto per questo grande musicista.Viva l'indiano !L'indiano vive !e basta con lo spam e la pubblicita', avete rotto the spinning balls un po' di rispetto cribbio !
Thanks for the menudo. It was served up after the Geronimo Black gig in San Miguel, New Mexico in 1972. It was good and hot.No fair you had to leave so soon.adios - john
Jim cared about his fans....these pages prove it