Messages November 2005

Date: Wed Nov 30 15:49
Easter (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.):
    My nose has a cold And the winter, so bold, to assult and devour my insides Never rain into snow Never knowing I'd know of a time when you wouldn't be by From a curl at the ear To a princess's tear It was all I could do not to weep So I'll leap with the wind and I'll cover and share And at last I'll know you are asleep...

Date: Tue Nov 22 21:40
Brynn Capella (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.):
    I remember when I heard the news on the radio...I couldn't believe it. Did they really say that Josh had died. He was so young and so talented. I was so lucky to have met Josh. He played at our radio station holiday concert back in '96. In the midst of all these rock star egos, here was Josh willing to do whatever we needed him to do. The band, who was suppose to go on first refused to go on that early. And while everyone was yelling at each other backstage trying to figure how to solve this problem, Josh simply got on stage and started playing for the audience. I know that doesn't soound like much. But it truely showed who he was. I have these pictures form the day at the radio station with us laughing and hanging out on top of the station van...everytime I look at them they bring tears to my eyes. He had such a good soul and made everyone around him feel special. He is truely missed.

Date: Mon Nov 21 21:01
jeff (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.):
    Miss you, pal. Need your mojo this holiday. Love you soooo much my brother. Jeffy

Date: Fri Nov 18 06:47
Sheri (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.):
    Blessing to all! I just wanted to put out a post to let everyone know that I have been contacted regarding the 'Felt Like Making A Live Record.' I want to thank both Shay and Tony for contacting me, wishing to share the gift of Josh's music. It really does touch my heart deeply and (as I have said in emails to you both) reaffirms my faith that the kindness of strangers does still exist. To know that through the music and words of someone so spiritual, we can be brought together into friendships. It is through this sharing of both his music and his soul that we can keep his spirit alive. Again, thanks guys!!! To everyone else, take care and be well.

Date: Mon Nov 14 20:34
nicky (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.):
    Hi Josh: I haven't had a visit from you in a while - sure could use one. Like some many here, I think of you every day and am touched by the light and sweetness you shared with us all. Especially when I am quiet with my babies, I miss you big time! I wish you could have shared this part of my journey with me from the earthly plane. Love you.

Date: Fri Nov 11 15:12
Cip (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.):
    Whoever reads this must love Josh and so I thought you'd appreciate this. I came across Inarticulate Nature Boy about 3 years ago. It wasn't until today that I found out that I became Josh's fan years after he had passed. His music was not posthumous to me, it was, and IS, very much alive and vibrant to me today. I just litened to Paint The Tree Green and had to look up this "Clayton-Felt" guy on the internet because I love his music so much. That CD has become a soundtrack to many important parts of my life over the last three years and has touched me. I just thought that you would want to know b/c his body may have passed but his spirit and music are very much alive. I never got the chance to meet him but I'm thankful that he was here. God Bless cip