Sunday, March 21, 2010


About two years ago, Greg Russo's Crossfire Publications released "Where's My Waitress?", a Jimmy Carl Black approved compilation of songs that Jimmy Carl Black contributed to.

Recently, the album got remastered and one track got replaced. The new track is the Jimmy Carl Black / Tom Leavey penned 'Dead Lead'. It's the last song that Jimmy Carl wrote.

the liner notes:
"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."

Crossfire Publications has done another excellent job.
Available (download only) from CDBaby.

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