Coffee, cigarettes, offical Fibes pet dog Wendy Wookie and Ringo Starr formed the amalgam or mash up vice and
puppy love that made Jim, well Jim.
A Boyish likeable lad Jim loved beating the sh#t of the drums.
He partook in the casual 'benefits' that surrounded the band ('least I hope he did) and when not pounding out a
beat delved deeply into baseball and football on the Intellevision video game system.
Also, he thinks Dan Marino is gawd.
Jim may have been the first Fibe to own furniture, a plastic kitchen table where he would choke down caffeine and
nicotine each morning with his face to the wall.
He blew out of south Florida for parts unknown for reasons most know and don't talk a helluva lot about.
It would be nice if he dropped us a note.
|Jim at his best
|Sh#t from the Garage -- The Fibes -- By Alan Cherry Music
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|A live version of the BoDeans' Good
Work, a favorite band of The Fibes.
It's a fun song that again features a
strong vocal by Lynn and lead guitar by
Jim's drumwork drives this song.
Recorded live on a conventional stereo
cassette player .
Literally a bedroom recording.
|God Save the Queen
|A ripping live version of The Sex Pistols
monster song God Save the Queen.
The recording puts on display the best
of Randy, Lynn, Fred and Jim.
Performed in a long-since demolished
State Road 7 bar called The Shalazar, a
The rummies in the bar that night were
stunned and largely offended.
|Randy, Lynn, Jim and Fred buy studio
time down in Miami to record a cover of
the X song Hot House.
They are pretty much at their peak at
Soon after the band broke up.