Cosmik Debris Band Featuring Jimmy Carl Black - The Insel Pepsi Festival "Live" FLAC album
Then Jimmy moved to Austin, Tx, where he met English singer Arthur Brown. The duo recorded an album of classic R&B songs (Black, Brown and Blue) and performed together. In 1993 Jimmy moved to Europe, where he reformed The Grandmothers with original members Don and Bunk and with Dutch bass player Ener Bladezipper and Italian guitar player Sandro Oliva.
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