"Hi Boys and Girls, I'm Jimmy Carl Black, and I'm the Indian of the group." Such was the catch phrase of this alumnus of The Mothers Of Invention, future member of Beefheart's Magic Band, and founder of the group Geronimo Black along with Mothers wind player Bunk Gardner.
Their self-titled LP, originally released in 1972, included many other Mothers/Magic Band members and, not surprisingly, effortlessly flows from hard rock to avant-garde to boogie to fusion and back again. Geronimo Black was not just a Zappa footnote, it is a fully realized classic in its own right and Klimt is here to bring it back from obscurity, reissuing it on LP for a new generation. Includes the B-side to the group’s 45, “’59 Chevy”, as a bonus track.
Released in a gatefold cover with printed lyrics inner sleeve.
A1 Low Ridin Man
A3 Other Man
A4 La County Jail 59 C/s
A5 Let Us Live
B2 Quaker's Earthquake
B4 An American National Anthem
B5 59 Chevy
GERONIMO BLACK LP Geronimo Black (Progressive Rock) Gatefold Cover
Label: Klimt Records – MJJ373
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue