I had a bad start to my,Saterday,looking for the x-word,in the Times,and BANG.<br />Id not seen Jimmy,since I was,the agent for "The Grandmothers"in Holland,we did 3 GREAT tours,I also did 3 tours,for Farrel and Black,on all these occations,the lads stayed at my home,and I got to know them all,very well.<br />I have since moved home to Wales,where in 2007,I got cancer ,it took a yr and a half to beat,the bastard so I know the score.<br />Jimmy,you will be missed,by a WORLD,and not many people can say that,go to the next plain man.<br />Your sculptre is on top
Don't worry Jimmy, it's impossible to be sad. Every time I think of you I can only smile, laugh and hear the music. I'm eternally grateful.
Goodnight, Lonesome Cowboy Burt! Thanks for the great music over the years.
THANK YOU FOR ALL... Josef
thank you Jimmy, I will miss you.
RIP Jimmy. Thanks for all you did! You'll always be "The Indian of the Group".
You are a rock HERO!! Play for the big man up stair and watch all the laughter. Sweet dreams<br />Mark
I saw the original Mothers with Jimmy in Phoenix, AZ at the Circle Star Theatre shortly after "Freak Out" was released (must have been around 1967). I've always held it against Zappa that he destroyed the original Mothers line-up. Jimmy will be missed. Very, very sad...
BLESSINGS FAMILY AND BANDMATES. THANKS FOR THE SOUNDS. WE WILL REJOICE YOUR LIFE IN MAINE. HAPPY FRANKSGIVING.
RIP Jimmy Carl ... one of the more overlooked, yet supremely talented, musicians in a pool of virtuosity that is the Zappa family. Much love to his family and fans everywhere, this is a huge loss. <br /><br />Buy his music.<br /><br />Peace to all.