Black, Jimmy Carl
|Birthname||James Carl Inkanish, Jr.|
|born on||1 February 1938 at 07:15 (= 07:15 AM )|
|Place||El Paso, Texas, 31n46, 106w29|
|Timezone||MST h7w (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||12°05' 23°51 Asc. 15°35'|
Native American musician. From 1964 to 1969 he was a drummer and vocalist for The Mothers of Invention, a California rock band that served as the backing musicians for Frank Zappa. He also played with Muffin Men (a Frank Zappa tribute band based in Liverpool, England); Captain Beefheart; Geronimo Black; The Grandmothers; Black, Brown and Blue; and Strange News From Mars.
Black was diagnosed with lung cancer in August 2008, and died on November 1, 2008 in Siegdorf, Germany.
- associate relationship with Beefheart, Captain (born 15 January 1941). Notes: Musical collaboration
- associate relationship with Zappa, Frank (born 21 December 1940). Notes: Musical collaboration
Sy Scholfield quotes "Rocking Indian Goes on Warpath" by Kathy Orloff, The Montreal Gazette, 15 October 1970, p. 32: "Jimmy Carl Black, Triple Aquarius, Suns, Moons, Stars, the Whole Thing in Aquarius, presides over a backstage meeting as if it were an official powwow."
Born at Thomason General Hospital, El Paso, Texas, on 1 February 1938 ("'For Mother's Sake': The Memoirs & Recollections of Jimmy Carl Black 1938-2008" by Jimmy Carl Black and Monika Black, 2013).
A speculative time of 7.15 a.m. gives mid-Aquarius rising.
- Vocation : Entertain/Music : Instrumentalist (Drummer)
- Vocation : Entertain/Music : Vocalist/ Pop, Rock, etc.