jimmy carl black

where's my waitress? - revised

2010 download - crossfire publications

jimmy carl black-approved master, august 2008
this 2010 revised edition replaces track 10 in regards to the 2008 edition

"If you want to hear really hard-to-find and excellent recordings by Jimmy Carl Black, you've come to the right place. Two very rare tracks by Black Olive (Jimmy Carl Black and Sandro Oliva) join other prime rarities like the 1976 Lo Boys single "Play Your Music"/ "Funny Money" to create a fascinating glimpse of Jimmy's career after The Mothers Of Invention. This remastered edition includes the last song that Jimmy Carl Black wrote, "Dead Lead," as recorded by co-writer and former Geronimo Black/ Lo Boys bassist Tom Leavey."

[1]  recorded: 04/93 by sandro oliva at cucurbitacea sapiens recording studios, rome, italy. remixed in 2005 by sandro oliva.
black olive - jimmy carl black (lead vocal, drums, whistling); sandro oliva (guitars, keyboards, bass, background vocals, arrangement)
producer: sandro oliva 

[2]  recorded: 07/71 at devonshire studios, north hollywood, ca
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

[3]  recorded: 06/17/88 at o'riley's, san antonio, tx
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

[4]  recorded: 07/71 at devonshire studios, north hollywood, ca
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

[5]  recorded: 1995 in greensboro, nc
the jack and jim show - jimmy carl black (drums, background vocals); eugene chadbourne (guitar, lead vocal)
producer: the jack and jim show

[6]  recorded: 06/17/88 at o'riley's, san antonio, tx
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

[7]  recorded: 1987 at kut studio, university of texas, austin, tx
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

[8]  recorded: 06/17/88 at o'riley's, san antonio, tx
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

[9]  recorded: summer 1992 at twisted studio, austin, tx
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)

[10]  recorded: 2007 in california
tom leavey (vocals and all instruments)
producer: tom leavey

[11]  recorded: 1976 in mesilla valley, nm
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

[12]  recorded: 1976 in mesilla valley, nm
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

[13]  recorded: late 1973 in san miguel, nm
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

[14]  recorded: 1995 for danish national radio, copenhagen, denmark
the jack and jim show - jimmy carl black (drums); eugene chadbourne (lead vocal, guitar)
producer: the jack and jim show

[15]  recorded: late 1973 in san miguel, nm
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

[16]  recorded: 07/71 at devonshire studios, north hollywood, ca
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

[17]  recorded: 01/72 at sound city studios, van ness, ca
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

[18]  recorded: 08/05/92 - 03/09/93 at twisted studio, austin, tx
the grandmothers - jimmy carl black (lead vocal, drums); linda valdmets (percussion, background vocals); gerald "eli" smith (woodwinds; background 
vocals); gerald "eli" smith (woodwinds; background vocals); ener bladezipper (bass, background vocals); roland st. germain (guitar, keyboards, background vocals)
producer: roland st. germain

[19]  recorded: 04/93 by sandro oliva at cucurbitacea sapiens recording studios, rome, italy. remixed in 2005 by sandro oliva.
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

  1. take your clothes off when you dance (f.zappa) (4:03)   [1]
    black olive

  2. mayonnaise mountain (remix) (r.collins) (3:48)   [2]
    geronimo black

  3. she's bad (live) (c.holzhaus) (4:43)   [3]
    holzhaus, black, terrazas

  4. other man (t.leavey) (2:49)   [4]
    geronimo black

  5. (hey baby) que paso? (a.meyers, b.sheffield) (2:52)   [5]
    the jack and jim show

  6. i don't want no woman (live) (d.robey) (4:28)   [6]
    holzhaus, black, terrazas

  7. those lonely, lonely nights (live) (e.king, j.vincent) (2:28)   [7]
    jimmy carl black & the mannish boys

  8. i feel good (i got you) (live) (j.brown) (3:18)   [8]
    holzhaus, black, terrazas

  9. lonesome cowboy burt (f.zappa) (3:57)   [9]
    the grandmothers

  10. dead lead (j.c.black, t.leavey)  [10]
    tom leavey

  11. play your music (t.leavey) (2:30)   [11]
    the lo boys

  12. funny money (j.littlejohn) (3:31)   [12]
    the lo boys

  13. hoochie coochie man (live) (w.dixon) (5:04)   [13]
    geronimo black

  14. b.y.o.b. klub (e.chadbourne, m.kramer) (5:38)   [14]
    the jack and jim show

  15. big boss man (live) (l.dixon, a.smith) (5:15)   [15]
    geronimo black

  16. thunderbuns vs. the knumb nut (t.contrelli) (4:50)   [16]
    geronimo black

  17. gone (remix) (t.leavey) (3:10)   [17]
    geronimo black

  18. waiting (edit) (j.c.black m.harris g.smith j.hogan) (3:49)   [18]
    the grandmothers

  19. willie the pimp (f.zappa) (5:02)   [19]
    black olive