I sure enjoyed seeing Jimmy in El Paso when he was playing with the LowBoys. A real live rock star and local boy as well! He lives on in the music, never really gone.
I have known JCB since the early sisities in the Ontario, Fontana days. I will certainly miss him for the rest of my life. It has been about a year or so since I last talked to him. My his spirt live on forever. My deepest respect, Cooper, National Rep, Boozefighters MC 9494
Being old friends of Roddie (MuffinMen) we had the great pleasure of meeting you three years ago JCB, at Roddie's place in Liverpool, you'll remember!! Quite a few drinks were sunk that night! What a truly geniune guy you are, no RnR pretentiousness with you mate. You seemed more interested in 'our' past!!<br />Was a true pleasure to have known you, if only for a short time.<br />RIP JCB from Geoff & Paul, Liverpool, UK
just heard the news jcb.... everytime i play my guitar you signed i hear you say i'm a drummer<br />and i say i know but what a drummer =) ,my band supported you and the muffin men in glasgow, i only have good memories thank you for your music<br />jig
Back in 1970 I was living with a bunch of hippies in La Crescenta, Ca.. aka ZAP Productions. We produced local concerts and Jimmy, Bunk and the band where frequently on the bill with folks like Little feat, Freddie King and other LA bands....<br /><br />I'll always remember those day and the times we had just hanging out with Geronimo Black.<br /><br />I was a bit saddened by the news of Jimmy's passing.... But, it happens to us all eventually...<br /><br />Thanks for the joy of your presence Jimmy...
I will miss you Jimmy, You have been in my ears for 40 years and I had the pleasure of meeting and talking to you in Bloomington IN when you were at the school. thanks
"Hi, I'm Jimmy Carl Black & I'm the Indian of the group..." I found myself repeating this line in my youth to the dismay of my HS teachers. Jimmy will be surely missed...
Goodbye my friend - it's a great loss for all of us but you will stay in our hearts and minds. An Moni: wir haben uns leider nur 1x getroffen (Fieberbrunn), ich wünschte, es wäre uns öfter vergönnt gewesen; was bleibt, ist seine Musik und die Erinnerung an einen besonderen Menschen. Alles Gute!
I just read about Jimmy's demise a couple of minutes ago on the net. This is really a shock to me. I once had the privilege to see him perform in a small theatre in Vlissingen, the Netherlands, with the Muffin Men. It was one of the most unforgettable concerts I have ever attended. As it turns out, that was a once in a life time experience, alas.<br /><br />My regards to his friends and relatives. May lonesome Cowboy Burt rest in peace! He lives on in a lot of memories, including mine.
[URL]http://lelandlapine.multiply.com/photos[/URL]<br /><br />J.C. Black (James Inkanish Jr) was the most prolific on the skins & was a perfect match with The Mothers.<br />Mr Black....Thanks for the memories. You are in good company now. Rest in peace Until your next gig, I will be there!<br /><br /><br /><br />Dr. Leland