Again a youth hero passed away ... Frank Zappa, Syd Barrett, Richard Wright and now Jimmy, the Indian of the Group. We're getting older .... but the music lives on!! Rest peaceful Jimmy!
Rock on Jimmy !!!
It was a pleasure to meet you, thanks for signing my records and for the great stories....rest in peace big man....J.D
Es war schön Dich als Freund zu haben, unsere <br />gemeinsam verbrachten Stunden werde ich nie vergessen.<br /><br />Good bey Jymmi
God will truly be entertained, we sure were! Thanks Jimmy! Your musicianship and music will live on to be enjoyed by us old fans and discovered by new ones. Rest in Peace Brother.
Big Fan since the early 70's and a Big Loss to Music.
God Bless you Jimmy- rest in peace.
I met & worked with Jimmy in Albuquerque in 1979; he received freight for the record store I managed. The first time John Lennon's "Starting Over" was played locally, we stood there staring at the radio with our mouths open. When it was over, we laughed & hugged in the joy of the moment. When he found out I played bass, he made me play on a single he recorded called "Albuquerque Bound" & introduced me to Zappa when he came through town. Several months ago, out of the blue, I attempted to contact him via email & he responded. Much to my surprise, he remembered me, so we exchanged a few emails & caught up a bit. I don't know what made me try to get a hold of him, but I'm so glad I did now. JC, you could tell one hell of a story & you had one hell of a life! Rest easy, old friend...
Sorry, all!<br />That'd be track 19, "Uncle Meat","#0F0FEB
[B]R>I>P[/B] Jimmy!<br />I never met you, but:<br />My mom (an H.U.D. bureaucrat, [I]inter alii[/I]) gave me her perspective on The Mothers because of track 19 (trust me, I have the vinyl) on Uncle Meat! (Those who know me...)<br />"Lonesome Cowboy Burt" vocals gave hope to all baritones or lower in an inchoate tenor world. ( [I]Pace[/I] Jimmy Carter.)<br />Since you are backcrossed with Cheyenne, brother, let me offer to your fans the following:<br />"Last of the Dogmen" (film)<br /> [U]The Cheyenne Way[/U] (Book), Llewellyn & Hoebel<br />"Little Big Man" (film).<br />Old Lodge Skins, in the latter, said, "The supply of Human Beings has always been limited." Pity.<br />Thanks for being a righteous witness to what Frank was, besides a brilliant musician, regarding the business of Pop Culture.