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Jimmy Carl Black


When Do We Get Paid? 


12€ ea

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[Digital Re-mastered by Crossfire 2006] 

‘…re-make of a CD I did in the 1990s [1996] called When Do We Get Paid? ...It will be coming out in the States soon. This is a compilation of material I recorded over the years…’ [For Mother’s Sake]

14 Tracks: 1962-89

Includes live recordings of: The Austin Grandmothers and The Chris Hozhaus Blues Band as well as tracks from the "Clearly Classic" LP released by Jimmy in 1980, from "In Heat" released in 1978, and the two songs released by The Keys on SP in 1962 (rare-1000 copies pressed)

Foreword/Review by Billy James; Artwork by Joel Levicke; Graphics by Charlotte James

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Various Artists


Zappanale Exhibition 2013

7” Vinyl


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Get this Limited Edition 7” Vinyl free when you buy 4 or more CDs from the list below!

While stock lasts – we only have a few!


Published by the Zappanale Exhibition Center for the 2013 annual Zappa-nale festival at Bad Doberan in Germany, it features The Jack & Jim Show playing ‘Willie The Pimp’ at the 14th Zappanale in 2003 on the A side, with ‘Sofa’ played by Fried Dähn & The Yellow String Quartet and recorded in 2012 at the Zappanale Exibition Center on the B side.

Limited Promotional pressing of 300 copies. We have low numbers in the teens as well as higher ones in the 100s – the low ones will go first!

Produced by Diro Productions; Art by Helmut King


 The Grandmothers


Eternal Question 


5 € ea

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[Inkanish IR0002 April 2002]

‘After the European tour, Walt Fowler came back out to Santa Fe to mix the recordings, but by that time the band had disintegrated..." That Grandmothers’ album was completed but never released as was intended. A lot of it has been released since - part of it was on Don Preston’s album Vile Foamy Ectoplasm and part of it was on a Tom Fowler LP on Fossil Records.

When I re-started Inkanish Records in 2001, I released that material plus some live stuff from the first Grandmothers’ tour in 1981. It was material from a live gig in Ribe, Denmark and sounds great.’ [For Mother’s Sake]

European Tour Line-up: Bunk Gardner, Don Preston, Tony Duran, Tom Fowler, Walt Fowler & Jimmy Carl Black; 

Session musicians: Steve Fowler, Albert Wing, Mike Miller, Tony Morales & Ike Willis

Check out the √ entry for full details and a review by Eugene Chadbourne (the other half of The Jack & Jim Show)


The Grandmothers


Eating The Astoria


5 € ea

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[Obvious Music OM GM0100] 

Recorded Live at the London Astoria, March 13, 1998

[Mixed and digitally edited by Sandro Oliva, Rome 1999. Classic Jimmy vocals]

‘Before the show, I purchased a copy of the new "Eating the Astoria" CD in the lobby. After the show, Sandro assured me I'd enjoy it as he was signing the booklet, and he was right. I haven't had enough free time to listen to in its entirety yet (78 minutes of music - excellent value at $15 American) though the tracks I listened to so far are both sonically and musically stellar, and I am looking forward to diving back in.’ [Peter Quinnell]

GM Tour Line-Up 1998: Bunk Gardner, Maurio Andreoni, Sandro Oliva, Ener Bladezipper, Steve B.Roney & Jimmy Carl Black

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The Jack & Jim Show


Hearing Is Believing 


10 € ea

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[Studio CD] 

‘This is the NEW studio CD from Jack and Jim, featuring Pat Thomas…recorded in Freiburg, Germany in Schroder’s studio. There are some really classic tunes on this jewel. ‘Cheny´s Huntin´Ducks’ is a Chadbourne classic about the V.P. of the U.S.A. There´s a drinking song called ‘It´s 5:00 Somewhere’. There are some classic Beatles and a Hendrix song on there. If you like TJ&JS then this one is right up your alley.’ [JCB]

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JCB & The X-Tra Combo


Mercedes Benz 


5 € ea

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[Inkanish IR0001]
‘X-Tra Combo is a very good R&B horn band from Salzburg, Austria that Jimmy sings with. This band can really groove. There’s a bunch of classics on this one such as ‘Mercedes Benz’ with a Bo Diddly beat; a couple of Zappa classics, ‘Big Leg Emma’ and ‘Road Ladies’; Lowell George´s ‘I´m Willin´’ and some original songs by Jimmy like the classics, ‘Low Ridin´ Man’ and ‘Lady Queen Bee’. All in all, this one SMOKES.’ [For Mother’s Sake]

Check out the √ entry for full details and a review by Eugene Chadbourne (the other half of The Jack & Jim Show)

[Cover Art by Helmut King]


Behind The Mirror & JCB


Cockroach Albert 


10 € ea

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[Placebo Records PR CD 03 1998]
‘…a collage of anarchist sound, voice, works of art, all kinds of acoustic experiments, and a musical tribute to the revered Frank Zappa’ From Zappa Jewel: The New Version by Christina Hein [Hessisch Niedersächsischen Allgemeinen (German newspaper)]

‘When one has the desire for a musical adventure, tune into this one!’ [The Arf-Dossier: Vol. 17/1998 (German fanzine)]

- I think, a really good album, they’re very funny guys! [For Mother’s Sake] A “live” experience!

 Tracks: 18, 55 minutes

Composers: Steffen Moddrow, Georg Stock, Hans Schüttler, Frank Zappa (1) & Jimmy Carl Black

Recorded - live at the 1997 documentaX World Art Exhibition in Kassel Germany June 1997 - live in Stuttgart Germany July 1997 - Live in Limburg/Lahn Germany Sept. 1997

Produced by Behind The Mirror; Cover Art by Katharina Stock


[*Lady Queen Bee from the Mercedes Benz CD, recorded with X-Tra Combo, 1997]