Glad to have seen JCB swinging behind the drum kit, grinning like a boy, about a year ago in Boston with Eugene Chadbourne. Filled my heart.
TV Dinner by the pool, I'm so glad I finished school! You and Frank are having a time up there, I'm sure. I'm glad for the time you spent down here with us! RIP Jimmy Carl Black.
Here's to a truly nice guy. It was a pleasure to work and be a friend with Jimmy. One hell of a musician<br />and a heck of a house painter.<br />Sure am gonna miss ya!
I'll always remember you, Sonny, and the days when we bonded, loading hay in the upper valley in El Paso with our pals on Jimmy Ulmer's farm. God Bless You..
From the Primich family to the Black family: your grief is with us. Your dad and husband has been a big part of our family since he played music as JCB and The Mannish Boys way long ago...Gary Primich died last year and your dad kindly reached out to us then. May you find hope and courage in the days weeks and months ahead. And may his music continue to live on!
THANKS FOR THE MUSIC,IT OPENED MY EYES<br />TO EVERYTHING GOD BLESS YOU WILL BE MISSED
The original Mothers were the best. Sorry to hear that Jimmy Carl Black, one of the most recognizable MOI alumni has passed on. Rock and Roll heaven is getting crowded.
Bad news in the music... bad new in the world...<br /><br />See you...
I've just heard the sad news - my love and condolences to Jimmy's family; to lose such a happy guy from your midst must be hard to bear, my thoughts are with you. Its a cliche but true, he will live on in his music - I personally will never forget the fantastic Cropredy gig!<br /><br />I'm trying to do as Jimmy asked and not be sad...but its a tough call!<br /><br />Johnny.
RIP Jimmy, you will always be the Indian of the group! You rock!