Wow I guess it's been quite a while since Joshua was a topic here, but for those interested in finding his rare, and wonderful music, I strongly suggest trying KazaaLite. I have been waiting for any new J.K. music since Painted Desert Serenade was released in '93. I'd heard there was a second album years ago, but could never find it. I was surprised when web searches revealed he had an additional 5 albums in the interval, but no luck finding them until I tried Kazaa. His music is beautiful, and his stories are touching and meaningful. It is such a joy to finally hear these works.
>>By Darthesia (Wednesday, 19 May 2004 09:11)
Apart from his singing he is also a briliant writer. All must read his book seventeen ways to eat a mango.
>>By Aneek (Wednesday, 1 Dec 2004 12:36)
I just love his CDs "Saturday Night in Storyville" and "Troubadour in a Timequake" - and I agree with Aneek - all must read his book "17 ways to eat a Mango", great book!
>>By Helene (Sunday, 12 Dec 2004 09:20)
If you are interested in knowing more about Joshua Kadison, there are a couple of fanlists out there, at yahoo.com, and there are some websites too - joshuakadison.net, and kadison.fanatic-much.net
>>By Helene (Monday, 31 Jan 2005 17:11)
I just wanted to tell you that his Mango book has been translated to French, it is available at amazon.fr, for a very reasonable price (11, 40 Euros) - the book is very hard to get otherwise...
>>By Helene (Tuesday, 15 Feb 2005 17:17)
I have been reading the book again - it's something special about the book! Here are some quotes:
"Once I was sitting with Dragonfly Watcher gazing out over the water when a little girl came to him and asked what he was doing.
Ah, he said, I'm studying the lost language of dragonflies. At one time we all used to speak it fluently, but that was long ago, before many things happened. Now we've almost all forgotten....
The child pondered this for a long while. Then she said:
Lost language of dragonflies.... that's funny... I talk to them all the time and they never once told me that they lost anything."
"One way can be learned by starting to see the magic in everything.
Sometimes it seems to be hiding but it is always there.
The more we can see the magic in one thing, a tiny flower, a mango, someone we love, then the more we are able to see the magic in everything and in everyone.
Where does the mango stop and the sky begin?"
The book would be more appropriate to discuss under "Literature" - but Joshua is not listed as a writer, only as a musician, and I don't know how put him in the list of writers... does anyone know how to do that?
>>By Helene (Tuesday, 29 Mar 2005 21:51)
I'm soooo very excited and very happy to tell you I GOT GOOD NEWS FOR
Joshua is back, he has a new website
and here are some words from him from the website:
Welcome to my new website. It's just the beginning... it'll grow but I
couldn't wait to say "hi" again. Hope you enjoy the new songs.
>>By Helene (Saturday, 16 Apr 2005 23:13)
Just wanted to tell you that Joshua has made an update on his website - there were 6 new songs (from the beginning, April 2005), and now he has put his independent CDs "Saturday Night in Storyville" and "Troubadour in a Timequake" there also - you can't buy those CDs out in the shops, the only way at the moment is to download them from his site! And there are lyrics there to the songs as well...
>>By Helene (Thursday, 2 Jun 2005 22:20)
And now there's some kind of update too... or rather - Joshua managed to get his website-name back, so his new website-adress is:
>>By Helene (Thursday, 16 Jun 2005 22:26)
More updates... a new letter on the website!
>>By Helene (Sunday, 9 Oct 2005 11:14)
There's a new letter and a new song at the website www.joshuakadison.com right now - you are able to find the link to the song in his letter!
>>By Helene (Friday, 28 Oct 2005 09:02)
The link to the song could be a little difficult to find... so I'm posting it here too... ;-)
>>By Helene (Sunday, 30 Oct 2005 21:01)
Another update on the website :-)
There are 6 new songs (24 december 2005)
Really great, check them out!
>>By Helene (Saturday, 14 Jan 2006 10:07)
Great news! Joshua is going to play live again! At the moment there are some concerts booked in Germany - check out the website:
>>By Helene (Friday, 10 Mar 2006 07:30)
Concerts in Germany:
Do 25.05.2006 Ulm Ulmer Zelt
Do 31.08.2006 Koblenz Café Hahn
Fr 01.09.2006 Krefeld Rudolph's auf der Rennbahn
Sa 02.09.2006 Kaiserslautern Kammgarn
So 03.09.2006 Karlsruhe Konzerthaus
Mo 04.09.2006 Stuttgart Theaterhaus
Do 07.09.2006 Dresden Lukaskirche
Fr 08.09.2006 Hamburg Fabrik
Sa 09.09.2006 Offenbach Capitol
So 10.09.2006 Nürnberg Hirsch
Mi 13.09.2006 Hannover Capitol
Do 14.09.2006 Freiburg Jazzhaus
Fr 15.09.2006 München Muffathalle
So 17.09.2006 Bonn Brückenforum
Mo 18.09.2006 Berlin Passionskirche
check out the website
for more information!
>>By Helene (Saturday, 13 May 2006 08:19)
there are very random artists who get discussed on flork. "you will always be beautiful in my eyes" guy?
>>By roman_candle (Sunday, 14 May 2006 15:41)
Just wanted to tell you that there are more concerts coming up in Germany - check out that site http://www.modernewelt.de/cms/
for more information!
And I also wanted to share some words and photos from Joshua Kadison's May concert in Germany, check out the link:
(you have to "glue" this link together, I couldn't post the whole link in one piece...
>>By Helene (Tuesday, 6 Jun 2006 23:52)
anybody going to see him in berlin????
>>By michelle_peirson (Thursday, 27 Jul 2006 21:30)
Check out www.joshuakadison.com! You can download his new songs there for free (12 at the moment...)
There is a new letter - the concert tour in Germany is coming up very soon now - the first thing that will happen is a TV-show 20 August, then there are those concerts.. and another TV-show 3 September!
Thu. August 31, 2006 Koblenz Cafe Hahn
Fri. Sept 1, 2006 Krefeld Rudolph's auf der Rennbahn
Sat. Sept 2, 2006 Kaiserslautern Kammgarn
Sun. Sept 3, 2006 Karlsruhe Konzerthaus
Mon. Sept 4, 2006 Stuttgart Theatrehaus
Thu. Sept 7, 2006 Dresden Lukaskirche
Fri. Sept 8, 2006 Hamburg Fabrik
Sat. Sept 9, 2006 Offenbach Capitol
Sun. Sept 10, 2006 Nurnberg Hirsch/Lowensaal
Tues. Sept 12, 2006 Munich Muffathalle
Wed. Sept 13, 2006 Hannover Capitol
Thu. Sept 14, 2006 Freiburg Jazzhaus
Fri. Sept 15, 2006 Memmingen Stadthalle
Sun. Sept 17, 2006 Bonn Bruckenforum
Mon. Sept 18, 2006 Berlin Passionskirche
Tues. Sept 19, 2006 Heilbronn Harmonie Welt
Thu. Sept 21, 2006 Fulda Orangerie
Fri. Sept 22, 2006 Bremen Pier 2
Sat. Sept 23, 2006 Mainz Kupferberg
Mon. Sept 25, 2006 Tuttlingen Stadthalle
Tues. Sept 26, 2006 Erfurt Kaisersaal
>>By Helene (Sunday, 20 Aug 2006 22:55)
Here's a link to the concert in Aachen, Germany, 20 August 2006
>>By Helene (Monday, 28 Aug 2006 17:26)
And here is a website where you can see his videos:
Jessie, Picture Postcards from L.A, Take it on faith, and Beau's All night Radio Love Song
go here: www.allmusicguide.com and search for Joshua Kadison
>>By Helene (Monday, 28 Aug 2006 17:28)
Just wanted to tell you about the fanlists:
There are some fanlists at yahoo.com - one is http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/
joshuakadison/ (you have to "glue" this link together if you are copying it, it is too long...)
and another one
you have to join the groups though, but it's really easy!
>>By Helene (Wednesday, 30 Aug 2006 09:38)
There are two more concerts added to the tour schedule in Germany, he was forced to cancel two shows due to a cold, but now these concerts are added in the end of the tour instead:
Tue 27.09.2006 Kaiserslautern Kammgarn
Fri 29.09.2006 Karlsruhe Konzerthaus
check out http://www.modernewelt.de/cms/
for more information!
>>By Helene (Saturday, 16 Sep 2006 17:21)
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