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December 7, 2014
I first played with Jim in 1958 when he was seventeen, a hundred
guitar players later he was still the best I even played with his own
teenage hero Denny Wright let's hope they are jamming together now, my best wishes for the future to all his family
God bless them both RIP.
December 7, 2014
M
July 27, 2013
I am so sorry to hear of Jim's passing. What a wonderful man, and talent. I had the pleasure of meeting him way back in the 70's when he was playing with Tom Jones. A very cordial, humble man. In 2008, I received an email from him "catching up with the news of the day". Very sweet indeed. The world is going to miss this gentle giant.
May 28, 2013
Such a sad loss, he was the man.
I have some fond memories from De-Lane-Le studios when I couldn't get a part right, he put it down in two shakes in one take. I asked him to teach me the solo to 'The Crying Game' he promised me that he would, he would if I traded him some Rock licks at 100 watts, sadly I still can't play the solo right. Jim you really were the man. RM
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