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Rhythm man extra ordinare... thanks...

Rhythm man extra ordinare... thanks for all the live Mothers shows in the turbulant '60's you were in it for the FUN... and we shared it with you...

Without Jimmy, who knows? From the...

Without Jimmy, who knows? From the Soul Giants on, Jimmy was a true original. He'll be missed. Say "hi" to Frank, Jimmy, if the universe works that way.

Every since I heard the line....." Hi...

Every since I heard the line....." Hi, I'm Jimmy Carl Black. I'm the indian of the group".......from 200 Motels, I've been a fan. Love ya, man. Gonna miss ya !

I will miss you very much. You...

I will miss you very much. You touched so many lives with your music and humor. I'm glad to have shared a brief period of time with you.

Good-Bye Jimmy Carl Black, the Indian...

Good-Bye Jimmy Carl Black, the Indian of the group! I first heard that now famous phrase of his sitting in my dorm room as a freshman at Auburn University in the late 60's. Little did I know then that I would have the opportunity to work with him and enjoy his music often in Austin 20 years later. Great memories and great music. Thanks for both, my friend. You will be missed.

R.I.P. Jimmy, thanks for your music,...

R.I.P. Jimmy, thanks for your music, talent and humour. You lived a wonderful life and were in the right moment, in the right place to put your name in History. Your family must be proud because you´ll be remembered in 200 years, when the world recognize the great music all you made...

I liked tho old Mothers and I am so...

I liked tho old Mothers and I am so sorry to here of the loss of JCB. I give my condolences to his family. I am sad for his kids because I lost my dad earlyer this year also. Drum on Jimmy. Your with the big guys now.

Jimmy Carl Black became an icon for...

Jimmy Carl Black became an icon for me and my cousins way back in the late sixites, in part because we are "Indians." Jimmy's rock musician status made us feel we were not invisible in an otherwise "black and white" music scene. Being an "Indian" often times means being invisible to the modern world. Jimmy Carl Black kept true to his love for song and music and that makes him a true American and international artist. Que Viva el Jimmy, the Indian in the group!

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