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"Sometimes an artist comes along that takes you by surprise and within seconds you get a lovely warm toasty feeling listening to the music. Now usually you get this feeling when you turn to a song or an album that you've known for ages, the ever faithful stand by from a classic artist that you turn to in moments of need, pressing play on the CD player or on the pc and instantly you are transported to a good feeling, a mood changer be it raising you up or down from where you are at that point in time. It is so pleasantly surprising to get that feeling with this artist. From the word go he takes you into a real good mood."
If you're browsing on the internet, you won't find any of that straight-in-your-face insistent promotion that so often accompanies a new album release from an independent artist. That kind of promotion is quite understandable in a crowded marketplace dominated by the music majors, but it simply isn't Frank Joshua's style. Frank is an ordinary guy leading an ordinary life: family, house, job, and all the usual trimmings. But Frank is a bit different. He has stories to tell: stories of life, full and empty, and stories of love, lost and found; songs that reflect, in soft tones and poetical expression, the bittersweet nature of human existence.