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Josh Geffin

folk     76 listeners


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Well it’s a been a fun ride with SOI the last six months or so. First there was busking in the summer. Five of us spent a month tootling around France in an old blue Leyland Daf van, which was also our home much of the time. The busking went well and we sold out of our CDs, covered our costs and had a nice holiday. Then we went to Cyprus in September for a mini-tour with our now good friend Lefteris (check his music at http://www.myspace.com/jkristemasterofdisguise). We were treated wonderfully by audiences and our hosts alike and made some great connections. So much so that we were invited back to rock the joint on New Years Eve 2010 and do some more gigs, all of which was a great success. For more info, photos and videos go to the School Of Imagination myspace page.

My album has been receiving some encouraging feedback and a few nice reviews (more on that soon). Since finishing it, I’ve been delving more and more into the great treasure trove of traditional English music, an interest compounded by a summer school with Chris Wood last year. I’ve also begun writing some new material and am hoping to be back in the studio and back on stage before too long.

posted 7 years ago

Well I’m wrapping up a few loose ends before sending the masters off to be printed. The album will be printed up in a limited run, as well as being made available online. It’s been what seems like a never-ending saga making this record, lots of false starts, alternative endings and deleted scenes. But now, at last, we seem to have a product of sorts emerging from the furnace. In the meantime, you’ll find some songs from the album on my myspace.

posted 7 years ago
Josh usually plays the guitar with his fingers, or more precisely the nails on his fingers. His songs are usually love songs, though that's not to say all are sung by a lover - some are about a friend, a place or a relative. He is inspired by the Dorset countryside he grew up in and the people and places of that time. He tries to make sense of the city and occasionally finds beauty there too.
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AceTough (level 36) wrote:
Another good one.
7 years ago
folkfruit (level 31) wrote:
This time kursat was first he he. Josh, I'm in love with your music. Thank you so much for being here and for sharing your beautiful songs with the t61 community.

7 years ago
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7 years ago
squidphonic (level 27) wrote:
I don't usually listen to much folk music, but this is inspired stuff. Very well done!
7 years ago
Calista (level 39) wrote:
I love your new one. I love both of these. Thank you for your message. I can't begin to tell you how there is something about your voice and guitar work just reaches inside of me. Queen Green, I sit misty eyed (feels somewhat amazed by this). Thank you so much, for your music :-)
7 years ago
gingerbelle (level 33) wrote:
Exactly! You're on to me- she's my cousin ;-)

Very pretty music and lyrics. Thanks for sharing.
7 years ago
folkfruit (level 31) wrote:
Caught you again ;)
7 years ago
folkfruit (level 31) wrote:
You're very welcome :)
7 years ago
AceTough (level 36) wrote:
Nice Discovery folkfruit. Welcome to thesixtyone Josh Geffin.
7 years ago
gingerbelle (level 33) wrote:
I like this line from your bio: He tries to make sense of the city...

Your song has heart. Very nice:) Welcome to t61!
7 years ago
SallySilvera (level 40) wrote:
Wonderful first song, welcome to t61! the link Calista posted has a whole lot of information put together by a very successful artist on this site, reading it would not be a bad idea.
If you have questions just ask you listeners, click on their names and you will be taken to their walls.
Enjoy and good luck!
7 years ago
Calista (level 39) wrote:
Oh folkfruit, you found a gem. Josh, this is sweet! You have a wonderful voice and the style of this song enhances it beautifully. Wonderful guitar work and lyrics. Nice!! So Nice. Thank you for posting here and welcome to T61. Here is a site I found that I like to share with new artists here.
7 years ago
folkfruit (level 31) wrote:
Well, I was trying to discover an artist for about 3 hours and then I found you!

"Diamonds" is a truly piece of art. Thank you so much for sharing and welcome to t61.

7 years ago