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JIMMY CARL BLACK - "Can I Borrow A Couple Of Bucks Until The End Of The Week?"

JCB-approved master, August 2008

BUCKS

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1. High And Mighty (2:08)
Recorded 07/04/70 at The Record Plant, L.A.

Personnel: THE GRANDMOTHERS – Ray Collins (vocals); Lowell George (guitars); Roy Estrada (bass); Jimmy Carl Black (drums); Bunk Gardner (saxophone); Don Preston (piano)

Producer: The Grandmothers
Writer: Raymond Eugene Collins
Publisher: Ray Collins Music

 

2. Hamburger Midnight (2:40)
Recorded 08/02 – 10/02 at TonArtCreation, Memmingen, Germany

Personnel: B.E.P. – Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal, drums); Roy Estrada (bass, background vocals); Mick Pini (slide and lead guitars, harp, background vocals); Peter Bruder (rhythm guitar), Gregor Wittner (keyboards)

Producer: Jimmy Carl Black and Mick Pini
Writer: Lowell Thomas George – Roy Ralph Estrada
Publisher: Abraham Music

 

3. Willin’ (5:22)
Recorded: 04/01 at The Rockhouse Recording Room, Salzburg, Austria

Personnel: JIMMY CARL BLACK WITH THE X-TRA COMBO – Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal); Stefan Schubert (guitar); Peter Angerer (drums); Herb Burger (woodwinds); Horst Hofer (trumpet); Sabina Hank (keyboards); Dietmar Kastowsky (bass)

Producer: Stefan Schubert
Writer: Lowell Thomas George
Publisher: Abraham Music/ Naked Snake Music

 

4. Sick And Tired (4:03)
Recorded: 02/06 in Ulm, Germany

Personnel: THE JIMMY CARL BLACK BAND – Jimmy Carl Black (drums, lead vocal); Mick Pini (guitars, tambourine), Roddie Gilliard (bass), Gregor Wittner (keyboards)

Producer: The Jimmy Carl Black Band
Writer: Dave Bartholomew – Christopher Kenner
Publisher: EMI Unart Catalog Inc.

 

5. Low Ridin’ Man (demo) (4:26)
Recorded: 07/71 at Devonshire Studios, North Hollywood, CA

Personnel: GERONIMO BLACK – Jimmy Carl Black (drums, lead vocal); Denny Walley (guitar, background vocals), Andy “Panda” Cahan (piano, organ, background vocals), Tom Leavey (bass, background vocals), Bunk Gardner (saxophone), Tjay Contrelli (saxophone, background vocals), Joe Lala (congas)

Producer: Geronimo Black
Writer: Jimmy Carl Black
Publisher: Inkanish Music

 

6. The Eternal Question (unedited) (3:53)
Recorded: 11/81 at Kludgit Sound, Cerrillos, NM

Personnel: THE GRANDMOTHERS – Don Preston (lead vocal, keyboards); Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal); Tom Fowler (bass); Walt Fowler (trumpet); Mike Miller (guitar); Tony Morales (drums)

Producer: Walt Fowler
Writer: Donald Ward Preston
Publisher: Vile Foamy Music

 

7. '59 Chevy (original version) (4:11)
Recorded: 01/72 at Sound City Studios, Van Ness, CA

Personnel: GERONIMO BLACK – Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal); Bunk Gardner (saxophone); Denny Walley (guitars, background vocals); Tom Leavey (bass, background vocals); Andy “Panda” Cahan (keyboards, drums, background vocals); Tjay Contrelli (saxophone, background vocals), Buzz Gardner (trumpet)

Producer: Keith Olsen and Geronimo Black
Writer: Jimmy Carl Black – Bunk Gardner
Publisher: Inkanish Music

 

8. Love Me Two Times (3:25)
Recorded: 1979 at El Adobe Recording Studios, El Paso, TX

Personnel: BIG SONNY AND THE LO BOYS – Jimmy Carl Black (drums); Byron “Big Sonny” Farlow (lead vocal, lead guitar, rhythm guitar); Richard J. Farlow (bass); “Chava” Salvador Davila Villegas (congas); William Randolph Russ III (lead guitar, rhythm guitar)

Producer: The Lo Boys
Writer: John Paul Densmore – Robert A. Krieger – Raymond D. Manzarek – James Morrison
Publisher: Doors Music Company c/o Ruminating Music

 

9. Love Potion #9 (single version) (2:49)
Recorded: 1979 at El Adobe Recording Studios, El Paso, TX

Personnel: BIG SONNY AND THE LO BOYS – Jimmy Carl Black (drums, background vocals); Byron “Big Sonny” Farlow (lead vocal, lead guitar, rhythm guitar); Richard J. Farlow (bass, background vocals); “Chava” Salvador Davila Villegas (congas); William Randolph Russ III (lead guitar, rhythm guitar, background vocals)

Producer: The Lo Boys
Writer: Jerry Leiber – Mike Stoller
Publisher: Sony ATV Tunes LLC

 

10. Albuquerque Bound (3:27)
Recorded: summer 1980 at Sound Warehouse, Albuquerque, NM

Personnel: JIMMY CARL BLACK – Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal); Dave Tomar (lead guitar, slide guitar); David Shields (rhythm guitar); Bob Reedy (rhythm guitar); Gary Patton (bass, background vocals); Dave McKee (drums); Jimmy Blair (background vocals)

Producer: Jimmy Carl Black
Writer: Dawayne Max Bailey
Publisher: Dawayne Bailey Music

 

11. Thank You, Mr. Bill (1:52)
Recorded: summer 1980 at Sound Warehouse, Albuquerque, NM

Personnel: JIMMY CARL BLACK – Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal); Dave Tomar (lead guitar, slide guitar); David Shields (rhythm guitar); Bob Reedy (rhythm guitar); Gary Patton (bass, background vocals); Dave McKee (drums); Jimmy Blair (background vocals); Husta Landers (background vocals); Jack Knight (background vocals); Jamie (background vocals)

Producer: Jimmy Carl Black
Writer: Jimmy Carl Black
Publisher: Inkanish Music

 

12. Lady Queen Bee (4:28)
Recorded: 1988 in El Paso, TX

Personnel: THE GRANDMOTHERS – Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal); Gerald “Eli” Smith (woodwinds, background vocals); Mike Harris (guitar, background vocals); Ener Bladezipper (bass); Jeff Hogan (drums, percussion)

Producer: The Grandmothers
Writer: Jimmy Carl Black – Dawayne Max Bailey
Publisher: Inkanish Music – Dawayne Bailey Music

 

13. The (extended version) (4:13)
Recorded: 08/05/9203/09/93 at Twisted Studio, Austin, TX

Personnel: THE GRANDMOTHERS – Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal, drums); Linda Valdmets (violin, percussion, background vocals); Gerald “Eli” Smith (woodwinds; background vocals); Ener Bladezipper (bass, background vocals); Roland St. Germain (guitar, keyboards, background vocals)

Producer: Roland St. Germain
Writer: Ernest Noyes Brookings – Roland St. Germain
Publisher: Modern Variety Music

 

14. Hoochie Coochie Man (3:41)
Recorded: 02/97 at Apple Studios, Salzburg, Austria

Personnel: JIMMY CARL BLACK WITH THE X-TRA COMBO – Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal); Stefan Schubert (guitar); Peter Angerer (drums); Herb Burger (woodwinds); Horst Hofer (trumpet); Sabina Hank (keyboards); Dietmar Kastowsky (bass)

Producer: Stefan Schubert
Writer: Willie Dixon
Publisher: Hoochie Coochie Music

 

15. An American National Anthem (demo) (6:42)
Recorded: 07/71 at Devonshire Studios, North Hollywood, CA

Personnel: GERONIMO BLACK – Jimmy Carl Black (drums, lead vocal); Denny Walley (guitar, background vocals), Andy “Panda” Cahan (piano, organ, background vocals), Tom Leavey (bass, background vocals), Bunk Gardner (saxophone), Tjay Contrelli (saxophone, background vocals)

Producer: Geronimo Black
Writer: Jimmy Carl Black
Publisher: Inkanish Music

 

16. The Great White Buffalo (live) (8:46)
Recorded: 03/13/98 at The Astoria, London, England with additional studio overdubs

Personnel: THE GRANDMOTHERS – Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal); Bunk Gardner (saxophone, flute); Sandro Oliva (guitar, background vocals); Ener Bladezipper (bass, background vocals); Maurio Andreoni (keyboards); Steve B. Roney (drums, background vocals)

Producer: Sandro Oliva
Writer: Jimmy Carl Black – Dawayne Max Bailey
Publisher: Inkanish Music – Dawayne Bailey Music

 

17. Trail Of Tears (live) (11:42)
Recorded: 03/13/98 at The Astoria, London, England with additional studio overdubs

Personnel: THE GRANDMOTHERS – Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal); Bunk Gardner (saxophone, flute); Sandro Oliva (guitar, background vocals); Ener Bladezipper (bass, background vocals); Maurio Andreoni (keyboards); Steve B. Roney (drums, background vocals)

Producer: Sandro Oliva
Writer: Jimmy Carl Black
Publisher: Inkanish Music

 

 

JIMMY CARL BLACK - "If We'd All Been Living In California…"

JCB-approved master, August 2008

CAL

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1. Side Tracked (2:13)
Recorded: 02/06 in Ulm, Germany

Personnel: THE JIMMY CARL BLACK BAND – Jimmy Carl Black (drums, lead vocal); Mick Pini (guitars, tambourine), Roddie Gilliard (bass), Gregor Wittner (keyboards)

Producer: The Jimmy Carl Black Band
Writer: Freddie King – Sonny Thompson
Publisher: Arc Music Corp. – Carbert Music Inc. – Fort Knox Music Inc. – Trio Music Co.

 

2. Chief Old Fox (4:36)
Recorded: 2005 – 2006 in California and England

Personnel: JIMMY CARL BLACK WITH THE WIZARDS OF TWIDDLEY – Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal); Dawayne Bailey (backing vocals, guitars, co-arrangement); Lauren Scheff (bass, keyboards, drum programming, co-arrangement, engineering); Carl Bowry (guitar, background vocals); Andy Delamere (drums, background vocals); Andy Frizell (vocals, bass)

Producer: Jimmy Carl Black, Dawayne Bailey and Lauren Scheff
Writer: Jimmy Carl Black – Dawayne Max Bailey
Publisher: Inkanish Music – Dawayne Bailey Music

 

3. One More Road To Cross (live) (5:50)
Recorded: 10/17/07 at Davey’s Uptown, Kansas City, MO

Personnel: THE JACK AND JIM SHOW – Jimmy Carl Black (background vocals, drums); Eugene Chadbourne (lead vocal, banjo)

Producer: The Jack And Jim Show
Writer: Earl Simmons – Kasseem Dean
Publisher: Boomer X Publishing Inc. – Dead Game Publishing – Swizz Beats/ Universal Music Corp.

 

4. Stolen Cadillac (duet with Candy Zappa) (2:56)
Recorded: July 2007 – July 2008 at President Street Studio (Stony Brook, New York), Catasonic Studios (Los Angeles, California) and T-Studios (Verona, Italy)

Personnel: JIMMY CARL BLACK, CANDY ZAPPA AND NIGEY LENNON – Jimmy Carl Black (vocals); Candy Zappa (vocals); Nigey Lennon (guitar, co-arrangement); John Tabacco (co-arrangement, programming); Jay Rozen (tuba); Laura Kass (fiddle); Paul Lacques (guitar)

Producer: Nigey Lennon, John Tabacco, Mark Wheaton
Writer: Nigey Lennon
Publisher: Dinghy Music

 

5. Jimmy Carl Black's Dachs Reduction (7:19)
Recorded: 2006 in Norway

Personnel: JIMMY CARL BLACK WITH JON LARSEN – Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal); Jon Larsen (guitar, martian); Tommy Mars (keyboards, telephone); Bruce Fowler (trombone); Arthur Barrow (general magic); Rob Waring (marimba); Knut Reiersrud (guitar, harmonica); Ole Morten Vågan (bass); Håkon Mjåset Johansen (drums)

Producer: Jon Larsen
Writer: Jon Larsen
Publisher: Jon Larsen Music

 

6. Devil Girl (3:12)
Recorded: 2007 in Liverpool, England

Personnel: JIMMY CARL BLACK WITH FUNTONY – Jimmy Carl Black (spoken vocal); Marcus “Bonf” Bonfonti (lead vocal, guitar); JJ (bass); Con (drums); T-bone (percussion); Michael “Mikey” Smith (sax, keyboards)

Producer: Marcus Bonfanti
Writer: Marcus Bonfanti
Publisher: Marcus Bonfanti Music

 

7. Evil Is Going On (3:22)
Recorded: 08/02 – 10/02 at TonArtCreation, Memmingen, Germany

Personnel: B.E.P. (JIMMY CARL BLACK, ROY ESTRADA, MICK PINI) – Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal, drums); Roy Estrada (bass, background vocals); Mick Pini (slide and lead guitars, harp, background vocals); Peter Bruder (rhythm guitar, harp, background vocals); Gregor Wittner (piano, Hammond organ)

Producer: Jimmy Carl Black and Mick Pini
Writer: Willie Dixon
Publisher: Hoochie Coochie Music

 

8. It's 5 O'Clock Somewhere (live) (3:26)
Recorded: 02/06/07 at Teatro Fondemente Nuove, Venice, Italy

Personnel: THE JACK AND JIM SHOW – Jimmy Carl Black (drums, background vocals); Eugene Chadbourne (lead vocal, guitar)

Producer: The Jack And Jim Show
Writer: Eugene Chadbourne
Publisher: Nukem Music

 

9. My Favorite Punk Tune (2:00)
Recorded: 2004 at Elevator Studio, Liverpool, England

Personnel: JIMMY CARL BLACK WITH ELLA GURU – Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal); John Yates (background vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar); Christian Burwood (electric guitar, acoustic guitar); Nik Kavanagh (bass, background vocals); Brendan Moore (drums); Kate Walsh (background vocals); Nick Kellington (electric guitar, background vocals)

Producer: John Yates and Steve Powell
Writer: John Yates
Publisher: John Yates Music

 

10. Mayday From Space (2:45)
Recorded: 2006 in Norway

Personnel: JIMMY CARL BLACK WITH JON LARSEN – Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal); Jon Larsen (guitar, martian); Tommy Mars (keyboards, telephone); Bruce Fowler (trombone); Arthur Barrow (general magic); Rob Waring (marimba); Knut Reiersrud (guitar, harmonica); Ole Morten Vågan (bass); Håkon Mjåset Johansen (drums)

Producer: Jon Larsen
Writer: Jon Larsen
Publisher: Jon Larsen Music

 

11. Ocean Of Love (4:00)
Recorded: 02/97 at Apple Studios, Salzburg, Austria

Personnel: JIMMY CARL BLACK WITH THE X-TRA COMBO – Jimmy Carl Black (co-arranger); Stefan Schubert (guitar, lead vocal, background vocals, co-arranger); Peter Angerer (drums); Herb Burger (woodwinds); Horst Hofer (trumpet); Sabina Hank (keyboards); Dietmar Kastowsky (bass)

Producer: Stefan Schubert
Writer: Jimmy Carl Black – Stefan Schubert
Publisher: Inkanish Music

 

12. Message To Pretty (live) (5:02)
Recorded: 07/25/03 at the Zappanale 14 festival, Bad Doberan, Germany

Personnel: THE JACK AND JIM SHOW – Jimmy Carl Black (drums); Eugene Chadbourne (lead vocal, guitar)

Producer: The Jack And Jim Show
Writer: Arthur Taylor Lee
Publisher: Trio Music Company

 

13. First Close Encounter With A Real Martian (6:10)
Recorded: 2006 in Norway

Personnel: JIMMY CARL BLACK WITH JON LARSEN – Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal); Jon Larsen (guitar, martian); Tommy Mars (keyboards, telephone); Bruce Fowler (trombone); Arthur Barrow (general magic); Rob Waring (marimba); Knut Reiersrud (guitar, harmonica); Ole Morten Vågan (bass); Håkon Mjåset Johansen (drums)

Producer: Jon Larsen
Writer: Jon Larsen
Publisher: Jon Larsen Music

 

14. Mercedes Benz (4:37)
Recorded: 02/97 at Apple Studios, Salzburg, Austria

Personnel: JIMMY CARL BLACK WITH THE X-TRA COMBO – Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal); Stefan Schubert (guitar, background vocals); Peter Angerer (drums); Herb Burger (woodwinds); Horst Hofer (trumpet); Sabina Hank (keyboards); Dietmar Kastowsky (bass)

Producer: Stefan Schubert
Writer: Janis Joplin – Michael McClure – Robert John Neuwirth
Publisher: Strong Arm Music

 

15. I Can Tell (You Don't Love Me No More) (4:37)
Recorded: 02/06 in Ulm, Germany

Personnel: THE JIMMY CARL BLACK BAND – Jimmy Carl Black (drums, lead vocal); Mick Pini (guitars, tambourine), Roddie Gilliard (bass), Gregor Wittner (keyboards)

Producer: The Jimmy Carl Black Band
Writer: Samuel Smith
Publisher: Arc Music Corp.

 

16. Freedom Jazz Dance (4:15)
Recorded: 05/07/07 and 05/08/07 at T-Studios, Verona, Italy

Personnel: JIMMY CARL BLACK – Jimmy Carl Black (vocal asides, drums); Bruno Marini (organ)

Producer: DJ T
Writer: Eddie Harris
Publisher: Seventh House Ltd.

 

17. Claudia's Home (live) (6:06)
Recorded: 01/13/01 at Zehntscheuer, Ravensburg, Germany

Personnel: THE ROUTE 66 ALL-STARS – Jimmy Carl Black (drums); Mick Pini (lead guitar); Roy Herrington (guitar); Al Jones (guitars); Peter Paul Brüder (guitar); Ralf Manthei (bass)

Producer: The Route 66 All-Stars
Writer: Michael Pini
Publisher: Inkanish Music

 

18. Base Is The Spine (0:58)
Recorded: 2004 at Elevator Studio, Liverpool, England

Personnel: JIMMY CARL BLACK WITH ELLA GURU – Jimmy Carl Black (spoken vocal); John Yates (background vocals); Kate Walsh (background vocals)

Producer: John Yates and Steve Powell
Writer: John Yates
Publisher: John Yates Music

 

19. On A Beach (4:19)
Recorded: 2004 at Elevator Studio, Liverpool, England

Personnel: JIMMY CARL BLACK WITH ELLA GURU – Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal); John Yates (background vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, piano, clarinet, Fender Rhodes, Hammond B3, harmonica); Christian Burwood (electric guitar, acoustic guitar, banjo, keyboard); Nik Kavanagh (bass guitar, background vocals); Brendan Moore (drums); Kate Walsh (background vocals); Scott Marmion (pedal steel guitar); Nick Kellington (cornet, ukulele, electric guitar, background vocals); Bob Picken (bowed double bass, cello)

Producer: John Yates and Steve Powell
Writer: John Yates
Publisher: John Yates Music

 

 

JIMMY CARL BLACK - "Where's My Waitress?"

JCB-approved master, August 2008

WAITRESS

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1. Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance (4:03)
Recorded: 04/93 by Sandro Oliva at Cucurbitacea Sapiens Recording Studios, Rome, Italy.  Remixed in 2005 by Sandro Oliva.

Personnel: BLACK OLIVE – Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal, drums, whistling); Sandro Oliva (guitars, keyboards, bass, background vocals, arrangement)

Producer: Sandro Oliva
Writer: Frank Zappa
Publisher: Frank Zappa Music

 

2. Mayonnaise Mountain (remix) (3:48)
Recorded: 07/71 at Devonshire Studios, North Hollywood, CA

Personnel: GERONIMO BLACK – Ray Collins (lead vocal); Jimmy Carl Black (drums); Denny Walley (guitar, background vocals), Andy “Panda” Cahan (piano, organ, background vocals), Tom Leavey (bass, background vocals), Bunk Gardner (saxophone), Tjay Contrelli (saxophone, background vocals)

Producer: Geronimo Black
Writer: Raymond Eugene Collins
Publisher: Ray Collins Music

 

3. She's Bad (live) (4:43)
Recorded: 06/17/88 at O’Riley’s, San Antonio, TX

Personnel: CHRIS HOLZHAUS, JIMMY CARL BLACK, LOUIS TERRAZAS – Chris Holzhaus (guitar, lead vocal); Jimmy Carl Black (drums); Louis Terrazas (bass)

Producer: Chris Holzhaus, Jimmy Carl Black and Louis Terrazas
Writer: Chris Holzhaus
Publisher: Inkanish Music

 

4. Other Man (2:49)
Recorded: 07/71 at Devonshire Studios, North Hollywood, CA

Personnel: GERONIMO BLACK – Jimmy Carl Black (drums); Denny Walley (guitar, background vocals), Andy “Panda” Cahan (piano, organ, background vocals), Tom Leavey (bass, lead vocal), Bunk Gardner (saxophone), Tjay Contrelli (saxophone, background vocals)

Producer: Geronimo Black
Writer: Tom Leavey
Publisher: Inkanish Music

 

5. (Hey Baby) Que Paso? (2:52)
Recorded: 1995 in Greensboro, NC

Personnel: THE JACK AND JIM SHOW – Jimmy Carl Black (drums, background vocals); Eugene Chadbourne (guitar, lead vocal)

Producer: The Jack And Jim Show
Writer: Augie Meyers – Bill Sheffield
Publisher: Brujo Music

 

6. I Don't Want No Woman (live) (4:28)
Recorded: 06/17/88 at O’Riley’s, San Antonio, TX

Personnel: CHRIS HOLZHAUS, JIMMY CARL BLACK, LOUIS TERRAZAS – Chris Holzhaus (guitar, lead vocal); Jimmy Carl Black (drums); Louis Terrazas (bass)

Producer: Chris Holzhaus, Jimmy Carl Black and Louis Terrazas
Writer: Don D. Robey
Publisher: Universal Duchess Music Corp.

 

7. Those Lonely, Lonely Nights (live) (2:28)
Recorded: 1987 at KUT Studio, University of Texas, Austin, TX

Personnel: JIMMY CARL BLACK & THE MANNISH BOYS – Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal, drums); Gary Primich (guitar); Gil Hartman (guitar); Frank Meyers (bass)

Producer: Jimmy Carl Black & The Mannish Boys
Writer: Earl King – John Vincent
Publisher: Music Collection International

 

8. I Feel Good (I Got You) (live) (3:18)
Recorded: 06/17/88 at O’Riley’s, San Antonio, TX

Personnel: CHRIS HOLZHAUS, JIMMY CARL BLACK, LOUIS TERRAZAS – Chris Holzhaus (guitar, lead vocal); Jimmy Carl Black (drums); Louis Terrazas (bass)

Producer: Chris Holzhaus, Jimmy Carl Black and Louis Terrazas
Writer: James Brown
Publisher: Fort Knox Music Inc.

 

9. Lonesome Cowboy Burt (3:57)
Recorded: summer 1992 at Twisted Studio, Austin, TX

Personnel: THE GRANDMOTHERS – Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal, drums);  Linda Valdmets (percussion, background vocals); Gerald “Eli” Smith (woodwinds; background vocals); Ener Bladezipper (bass, background vocals); Roland St. Germain (guitar, keyboards, background vocals)

Producer: The Grandmothers
Writer: Frank Zappa
Publisher: Munchkin Music

 

10. Let Us Live (live) (4:52)
Recorded: late 1973 in San Miguel, NM

Personnel: GERONIMO BLACK – Jimmy Carl Black (drums); Denny Walley (guitar, background vocals), Andy “Panda” Cahan (piano, organ, background vocals), Tom Leavey (bass, lead vocal), Bunk Gardner (saxophone), Tjay Contrelli (saxophone, background vocals)

Producer: Geronimo Black
Writer: Tom Leavey
Publisher: Inkanish Music

 

11. Play Your Music (2:30)
Recorded: 1976 in Mesilla Valley, NM

Personnel: THE LO BOYS – Jimmy Carl Black (drums); Tom Leavey (lead vocal, backing vocals, bass, harmonica); Jeff Littlejohn (guitar); William Randolph Russ III (guitar)

Producer: The Lo Boys
Writer: Tom Leavey
Publisher: Inkanish Music

 

12. Funny Money (3:31)
Recorded: 1976 in Mesilla Valley, NM

Personnel: THE LO BOYS – Jimmy Carl Black (drums, percussion); Tom Leavey (bass, background vocals); Jeff Littlejohn (lead vocal, background vocals, guitar); William Randolph Russ III (talk box guitar, background vocals)

Producer: The Lo Boys
Writer: Jeff Littlejohn
Publisher: Inkanish Music

 

13. Hoochie Coochie Man (live) (5:04)
Recorded: late 1973 in San Miguel, NM

Personnel: GERONIMO BLACK – Jimmy Carl Black (drums); Denny Walley (guitar, background vocals), Andy “Panda” Cahan (piano, organ, background vocals), Tom Leavey (bass, lead vocal), Bunk Gardner (saxophone), Tjay Contrelli (saxophone, background vocals)

Producer: Geronimo Black
Writer: Willie Dixon
Publisher: Hoochie Coochie Music

 

14. B.Y.O.B. Klub (5:38)
Recorded: 1995 for Danish National Radio, Copenhagen, Denmark

Personnel: THE JACK AND JIM SHOW – Jimmy Carl Black (drums); Eugene Chadbourne (lead vocal, guitar)

Producer: The Jack And Jim Show
Writer: Eugene Alexander Chadbourne – Mark S. Kramer
Publisher: Nukem Music – Tess Music

 

15. Big Boss Man (live) (5:15)
Recorded: late 1973 in San Miguel, NM

Personnel: GERONIMO BLACK – Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal, drums); Denny Walley (guitar), Andy “Panda” Cahan (piano, organ), Tom Leavey (bass), Bunk Gardner (saxophone), Tjay Contrelli (saxophone)

Producer: Geronimo Black
Writer: Luther Dixon – Al Smith
Publisher: Conrad Music/ Sony ATV Songs LLC

 

16. Thunderbuns Vs. The Knumb Nut (4:50)
Recorded: 07/71 at Devonshire Studios, North Hollywood, CA

Personnel: GERONIMO BLACK – Jimmy Carl Black (drums, background vocals); Denny Walley (guitar, background vocals), Andy “Panda” Cahan (piano, organ, background vocals), Tom Leavey (bass, background vocal), Bunk Gardner (saxophone), Tjay Contrelli (saxophone, lead vocal, background vocals)

Producer: Geronimo Black
Writer: Tjay Contrelli
Publisher: Inkanish Music

 

17. Gone (remix) (3:10)
Recorded: 01/72 at Sound City Studios, Van Ness, CA

Personnel: GERONIMO BLACK – Jimmy Carl Black (drums); Bunk Gardner (flute); Denny Walley (guitars, background vocals); Tom Leavey (bass, lead vocal, background vocals); Andy “Panda” Cahan (keyboards, background vocals); Tjay Contrelli (flute, background vocals)

Producer: Keith Olsen and Geronimo Black
Writer: Tom Leavey
Publisher: Inkanish Music

 

18. Waiting (edit) (3:49)
Recorded: 08/05/9203/09/93 at Twisted Studio, Austin, TX

Personnel: THE GRANDMOTHERS – Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal, drums); Linda Valdmets (percussion, background vocals); Gerald “Eli” Smith (woodwinds; background vocals); Ener Bladezipper (bass, background vocals); Roland St. Germain (guitar, keyboards, background vocals)

Producer: Roland St. Germain
Writer: Jimmy Carl Black – Mike Harris – Gerald Smith – Jeff Hogan
Publisher: Inkanish Music

 

19. Willie The Pimp (5:02)
Recorded: 04/93 by Sandro Oliva at Cucurbitacea Sapiens Recording Studios, Rome, Italy.  Remixed in 2005 by Sandro Oliva.

Personnel: BLACK OLIVE – Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal, drums); Sandro Oliva (guitars, keyboards, bass, percussion, arrangement); Don Preston (synthesizer solo); Bunk Gardner (tenor saxophone)

Producer: Sandro Oliva
Writer: Frank Zappa
Publisher: Frank Zappa Music

 

 

JIMMY CARL BLACK - "I'm Not Living Very Extravagantly, I'll Tell You For Sure…"

JCB-approved master, August 2008

EXTRA

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1. Taco Soup In 7/4 (live) (1:17)
Recorded: 1988 at KUT Studio, University of Texas, Austin, TX

Personnel: THE GRANDMOTHERS – Jimmy Carl Black (drums); Gerald “Eli” Smith (woodwinds); Mike Harris (guitar); Ener Bladezipper (bass)

Producer: The Grandmothers
Writer: Gerald Smith – Mike Harris
Publisher: Inkanish Music

 

2. You Can't Judge A Book By Its Cover (live) (6:03)
Recorded: 06/17/88 at O’Riley’s, San Antonio, TX

Personnel: CHRIS HOLZHAUS, JIMMY CARL BLACK, LOUIS TERRAZAS – Chris Holzhaus (guitar, lead vocal); Jimmy Carl Black (drums); Louis Terrazas (bass)

Producer: Chris Holzhaus, Jimmy Carl Black and Louis Terrazas
Writer: Willie Dixon
Publisher: Hoochie Coochie Music

 

3. C.C. Rider (3:33)
Recorded: 1979 at El Adobe Recording Studios, El Paso, TX

Personnel: BIG SONNY AND THE LO BOYS – Jimmy Carl Black (drums, background vocals); Byron “Big Sonny” Farlow (lead vocal, lead guitar, rhythm guitar); Richard J. Farlow (bass, background vocals); “Chava” Salvador Davila Villegas (congas); William Randolph Russ III (lead guitar, rhythm guitar, background vocals)

Producer: The Lo Boys
Writer: Chuck Willis
Publisher: Chuck Willis Music Co. – Tideland Music Pub. Corp. – Unichappell Music Inc.

 

4. Blue Monday (2:33)
Recorded: 01/81 at Creative Music, Albuquerque, NM

Personnel: JIMMY CARL BLACK with THE JOLLY ROGERS – Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal); John Isaminger (guitar); Matt Mahboub (piano); Diana Martel (background vocals); Mike Padilla (drums); Wally Stahl (bass)

Producer: Jimmy Carl Black and Phil Appelbaum
Writer: Dave Bartholomew
Publisher: EMI Unart Catalog, Inc.

 

5. I Am The Walrus (4:35)
Recorded: summer 1992 at Twisted Studio, Austin, TX

Personnel: THE GRANDMOTHERS – Jimmy Carl Black (background vocals, drums); Gerald “Eli” Smith (woodwinds; background vocals); Ener Bladezipper (bass, background vocals); Roland St. Germain (guitar, keyboards, lead vocal, background vocals)

Producer: Roland St. Germain
Writer: John Winston Lennon – James Paul McCartney
Publisher: Sony/ATV Tunes LLC

 

6. Got My Mojo Working (5:12)
Recorded: 1987 at Europa Sound Centre, Austin, TX

Personnel: ARTHUR BROWN WITH JIMMY CARL BLACK – Arthur Brown (lead vocal); Jimmy Carl Black (drums); Mike Francis (saxophone); Bob Corbett (saxophone); Gary Primich (harmonica, guitar); Gil Hartman (guitar); Frank Meyer (bass); Nick Conway (keyboards); Phil Fajardo (percussion), Ester Puger (background vocals); Chevelle Hunter (background vocals); Demethea McVay (background vocals)

Producer: Arthur Brown and John Vieweg
Writer: Preston Foster
Publisher: Dare Music Inc.

 

7. Manila Gorilla (original version) (6:53)
Recorded: 08/05/9203/09/93 at Twisted Studio, Austin, TX

Personnel: THE GRANDMOTHERS – Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal, drums); Linda Valdmets (percussion, background vocals); Gerald “Eli” Smith (woodwinds; background vocals); Ener Bladezipper (bass, background vocals); Roland St. Germain (guitar, keyboards, background vocals); Tomas Ramirez (saxophone)

Producer: Roland St. Germain
Writer: Rene Mesritz – Roland St. Germain
Publisher: RR Wonder Music

 

8. I'm In Love Again (2:59)
Recorded: 01/81 at Creative Music, Albuquerque, NM

Personnel: JIMMY CARL BLACK with THE JOLLY ROGERS – Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal); John Isaminger (guitar); Matt Mahboub (piano); Diana Martel (background vocals); Mike Padilla (drums); Wally Stahl (bass)

Producer: Jimmy Carl Black and Phil Appelbaum
Writer: Antoine Domino – Dave Bartholomew
Publisher: EMI Unart Catalog, Inc.

 

9. The Indian Of The Group (4:17)
Recorded: 1999 at Leon Record Studio, Esslingen, Germany

Personnel: THE FARRELL & BLACK BAND – Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal, drums); Richard Ray Farrell (background vocals, guitar, harmonica); Uwe Jesdinsky (bass); Steve “Big Man” Clayton (piano); Klaus Brosowski (organ); Tommy Schneller (saxophone); Bodo Schopf (percussion); Katrin Hang (background vocals)

Producer: The Farrell & Black Band
Writer: Richard Ray Farrell – Jimmy Carl Black
Publisher: Inkanish Music

 

10. Teenage Credit (live) (2:30)
Recorded: 1987 at KUT Radio, University of Texas, Austin, TX

Personnel: JIMMY CARL BLACK & THE MANNISH BOYS – Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal, drums); Gary Primich (guitar); Gil Hartman (guitar); Frank Meyers (bass)

Producer: Jimmy Carl Black & The Mannish Boys
Writer: Tom Leavey
Publisher: Inkanish Music

 

11. Smokestack Lightnin' (4:11)
Recorded: 1987 at Europa Sound Centre, Austin, TX

Personnel: ARTHUR BROWN WITH JIMMY CARL BLACK – Arthur Brown (lead vocal); Jimmy Carl Black (drums); Mike Francis (saxophone); Bob Corbett (saxophone); Gary Primich (harmonica, guitar); Gil Hartman (guitar); Frank Meyer (bass); Nick Conway (keyboards); Phil Fajardo (percussion), Ester Puger (background vocals); Chevelle Hunter (background vocals); Demethea McVay (background vocals)

Producer: Arthur Brown and John Vieweg
Writer: Chester Burnett
Publisher: Arc Music Corp.

 

12. Chief Old Fox (demo) (3:53)
Recorded: 2001 and 2006 in California and Germany

Personnel: Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal); Dawayne Bailey (lead vocal, backing vocals, guitars, co-arrangement); Lauren Scheff (bass, keyboards, drum programming, co-arrangement, engineering)

Producer: Jimmy Carl Black, Dawayne Bailey and Lauren Scheff
Writer: Jimmy Carl Black – Dawayne Max Bailey
Publisher: Inkanish Music – Dawayne Bailey Music

 

13. She's About A Mover (live) (4:04)
Recorded: 06/12/08 in Nagoya, Japan

Personnel: THE JACK AND JIM SHOW – Jimmy Carl Black (drums, background vocals); Eugene Chadbourne (lead vocal, guitar)

Producer: The Jack And Jim Show
Writer: Doug Sahm
Publisher: Crazy Cajun Music

 

14. Big Boss Man (4:56)
Recorded: 1995 for Danish National Radio, Copenhagen, Denmark

Personnel: THE JACK AND JIM SHOW – Jimmy Carl Black (lead vocal, drums); Eugene Chadbourne (guitar)

Producer: The Jack And Jim Show
Writer: Luther Dixon – Al Smith
Publisher: Conrad Music/ Sony ATV Songs LLC

 

15. I Can't Breathe (live) (4:25)
Recorded: 1981 in Ribe, Denmark

Personnel: THE GRANDMOTHERS – Jimmy Carl Black (drums); Don Preston (lead vocal, keyboards); Tom Fowler (bass); Walt Fowler (keyboards); Bunk Gardner (tenor saxophone); Tony Duran (guitar)

Producer: The Grandmothers
Writer: Donald Ward Preston
Publisher: Vile Foamy Music

 

16. Avenue 54 (live) (6:16)
Recorded: 01/13/01 at Zehntscheuer, Ravensburg, Germany

Personnel: THE ROUTE 66 ALL-STARS – Jimmy Carl Black (drums); Mick Pini (lead guitar); Roy Herrington (guitar); Al Jones (guitars); Peter Paul Brüder (guitar); Ralf Manthei (bass)

Producer: The Route 66 All-Stars
Writer: Michael Pini
Publisher: Inkanish Music

 

17. Like A Virgin Queen (7:01)
Recorded: 05/07/07 and 05/08/07 at T-Studios, Verona, Italy

Personnel: JIMMY CARL BLACK – Jimmy Carl Black (drums, background vocals); Valentina Black (vocals, organ, piano); Cristina Mazza (alto saxophone); Daniele D’Agaro (tenor saxophone, clarinet); Bruno Marini (baritone saxophone, bass clarinet, flute); Ella Devil (percussion); DJ T “The Thief” (electronics)

Producer: DJ T
Writer: Jimmy Carl Black – Valentina Black – Cristina Mazza – Daniele D’Agaro – Bruno Marini – Ella Devil
Publisher: Inkanish Music

 

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The following are also available for download now from CD Baby:

 

o   Junior Franklin and The Golden Echoes featuring Jimmy Carl Black: Live At KUT Radio http://cdbaby.com/cd/juniorfranklin

o   Jimmy Carl Black with Big Sonny & The Lo Boys: In Heat http://cdbaby.com/cd/loboys

o   Geronimo Black: Welcome Back Geronimo Black http://cdbaby.com/cd/geronimoblack1

o   The Grandmothers: Dreams On Long Play (Original Version) http://cdbaby.com/cd/grandmothers2

o   The Grandmothers - Dreams On Long Play (Revised Version) http://cdbaby.com/cd/grandmothers

o   Jimmy Carl Black: Clearly Classic (Expanded Edition) http://cdbaby.com/cd/jimmycarlblack3

o   Jimmy Carl Black & The Mannish Boys: A Lil' Dab'l Do Ya http://cdbaby.com/cd/jimmycarlblack4

o   The Jimmy Carl Black Band: How Blue Can You Get? http://cdbaby.com/cd/jimmycarlblack5

o   Jimmy Carl Black & The X-Tra Combo: Mercedes Benz http://cdbaby.com/cd/xtracombo

o   Chris Holzhaus, Jimmy Carl Black & Louis Terrazas: I Just Got in From Texas http://cdbaby.com/cd/chjcblt

o   B.E.P. - Hamburger Midnight http://cdbaby.com/cd/beptunes

o   Arthur Brown with Jimmy Carl Black - Brown, Black & Blue http://cdbaby.com/cd/brownblack

o   Jimmy Carl Black, Steven De bruyn, Jos Steen - Black Brown Stone: http://cdbaby.com/cd/jcbsdbjs

o   Jimmy Carl Black & The Route 66 All-Star Blues Band - Live All-Stars: http://cdbaby.com/cd/jcbr66asbb

o   Jimmy Carl Black & The Route 66 All-Star Blues Band - More Rockin' Blues: http://cdbaby.com/cd/jcbr66asbb2

o   Jimmy Carl Black, Mick Pini & Uwe Jesdinsky - Live In Steinbach: http://cdbaby.com/cd/jcbmpuj