Messages August 2007

Date: Thu Aug 30 17:02
sf (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.):
    Strange. I was listening to Prince. Many years ago...on the summer solstice. we were camping with friends......Josh pulled out a guitar, and shredded little red coverette...acoustic.....soft, sweet, powerfull.....just thought of it randomly, and wanted to share my thanks......the music must be great on the other side......and a much belated happy birthday

Date: Tue Aug 21 23:33
Chad Reyes (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.):
    Hi, I remember first hearing 3 Strange Days on the radio and next time I was at a cd store buying the album. Such a good album, solid all the way thru. I played it so much had it on rotation with Nevermind,Blood Sugar Sex Magik and other big 90's albums. I consider it to be one of the best albums of the 90s. It still holds up, to this day I still will play it from beginning to end without skipping a song. I saw SOF play in Portland Or, House Of Freaks opened for them. I thought it kind of funny that SOF was headlining over a band that had been around awhile and was also supporting an album their 5th I think. I remember one day wondering if SOF would ever record again and tour. This was back in early early 2000's and I was saddened to read up about Josh's passing. To me it was impacting not only due to closeness of age but also because of how the music affected me. Listening to a band for years, and having it with me thru good and bad times; then bam in a way its gone. There won't be anymore music; its hard it feels like somethings missing. I felt the same when Cobain died and Dimebag Darrell; people you like and listened to and who are with you thru the music they make and suddenly bam their gone, its difficult. I'm glad Josh made more music and lived a life that obviously influenced people in a very positive way. I used to be more like that and have kind of grown cynical and jaded. I have read what people have shared about Josh and it makes me want to change to live, love and smile more. To make others feel good like I used to do.To have someone you look up to be able to live by an example that you want to see in yourself. It tells me that there is hope,even in the toughest of times you can still smile and follow your own path; change is possible. TY Josh for the music you made that I got to hear, I'm so glad I got to see you live. Ty to those who made this website so I could get to know him a little bit more and to be able to share a few thoughts and memories. Sincerely, Chad

Date: Mon Aug 20 02:42
tswrench (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.):
    I always dug your music, Josh. Didn't know you were gone until just now. I was listening to "Inarticulate Nature Boy," and I thought I'd Google your name. I found your site, and I am stunned and saddened by the news. I'm going back to the music now...thank you.

Date: Tue Aug 14 21:21
Steveo (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.):
    would love to find more rare SOF stuff like live recording and such. Can anyone help? Email me.

Date: Sat Aug 4 10:44
NUdger! (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.):
    Hey, Bud! I think you should have knocked before you broke into my tent on Block Island yesterday,and woke me up as a teenage green dragonfly! I I LOVE & miss you!!!!!! Sang Magda Jump off the world today while walking thru the teeming AAugust masses of BI. I never realised how incredibly appropriate your lyrics were! LOVEDOM