meet jimmy in philly when he was on tour with the grandmothers. it was a honor. hell of a nice guy. rip brother.
I had the honour of opening up for the Mothers in 1969 at The Rockpile in Toronto. I spent the whole show filling Jimmy's milkshake container with beer and staring at his bass drum. One of my greatest memories. RIP and say hello to Frank for me.<br /><br />Seb
Ciao, Indian of the Group !!! R.I.P.
I am so sad to hear Jimmy is gone. We were so lucky to have hime on our planet making music. Those MOTHERS have been my my heroes since 1964!!!!!<br /> Sincerely<br /> John Titter
Jimmy Carl Black was more than my friend, he was my Great White Buffalo in spirit. I will be watching 200 Motels tonite for sure in memory of him. I send my heartfelt condolences to Moni, and to his 3 wonderful sons, Gary, Darryl, and Geronimo. Jina, be strong...<br /><br />Let me touch you with a smile my friend...You will be missed ...<br /><br />R.ock<br />I.n<br />P.aradise
Jimmy Carl Black "Stick Man For Ever"<br /><br />[URL]http://www.cafepress.com/jimmycarlblack[/URL]<br /><br />Please show your support to for his family!
Say hi to Frank for us Jimmy.<br />Thank you for all the memories.
It was a pleasure to meet you, man. You take care :o)
To the stars, Jimmy, rest easy now, y'hear!<br /><br />Reginald?