I feel like a jerk just now learning of Jimmy's passing. I was able to meet him, Bunk and Don at a Grandmothers show here in Northampton ...gosh, it must have been around 2000. I'm glad I got that opportunity, all three of them were fantastic.<br /><br />RIP Indian of the group :(
cya Jimmy and say hello to frank for me
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!
So long pal. Thanks for all the fine music and fun over the years. This life that we live is one short ride and I'll see you up the road a piece. Keep the beer cold for me.. Peace & Love Forever.
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.
Thanks for everything Mr. Black<br />We'll all join you some day.
Porca miseria, apprendo la notizia solo adesso.<br />Grande rispetto per questo grande musicista.<br /><br />Viva l'indiano !<br /><br />L'indiano vive !<br /><br />e basta con lo spam e la pubblicita', avete rotto the spinning balls un po' di rispetto cribbio !
Check out:<br />[URL]http://www.myspace.com/quotinprotestofboredomquotthehomegame[/URL]<br />.com for some great pictures of the BIG GIG for Jimmy!
HEY HEY! Just this moment got home from the BIG GIG for JCB.... (1:30am Okla time) ! Lots to share and show IT WAS A MAGICAL TIME FOR SURE! Keep posted......<br /><br />Peace & Noise,<br />Jerry
We have no word for goodbye so I'll just say Wah Doh, this is Cherokee for "thank you