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Frank Cadillac

The Best Classic Rock since John Lennon, Jim Morrison, and Elvis Presley

Press Release by John Christopher

Classic Rock is Frank Cadillac and Cadillac
is Classic Rock at its height
Great music from a brilliant Artist and songwriter
who took his time and created meaningful lyrics
and great melody lines with today's edge.
Frank Cadillac's five albums are the
catalyst that will change the
way we listen to music in the 21st century.
Here's what some people are saying about his music:

John Resler Program Director of CYBER STATION USA in Hartford, CT
"Quality Music is hard to find. It is here!!!!!!
When you do a radio-show you want the guests and their product to be of the highest quality. If you except anything less you damage yourself sometimes beyond repair. Frank Cadillac and his music of such high quality that everytime Isuggest he will be on Naked Jazz Dream the numbers of listeners jumps immediately. People look for quality still despite what the rest of the commercial world thinks. And when the name of Cadillac is applied the quality is assured. I stake my show on it everytime and it has not failed me yet. Consider this too, I am known for Jazz and I still draw an audience with Frank Cadillac so he has to be good.

Paulina, Los Angeles CA
"I have had these blasting in my car for like 6 mos, I kid you not!"

Anonymous Coward, New york City
"These five albums albums: "Magic Of Love", "I Need Mercy","Fade Away To The Sun","A Moment For Elvis",and "Americana: Bronx, NY" are by far the best music to hit the internet.I hope there are intelligent ears out there who will listen."

Keith Bullock, Greenwich CT
Cadillac's "Magic Of Love", is a rocking experience !! If you've been into life
Magic Of love, brings thoughts to your head of what it's like to experience what we all have, when it comes to honestly facing love and it's twists and turns in life. Cadillac is honest in lyrics, and compleately raw in music !! Definately a MUST to a collection of any kind...

Tommy The Reporter Sidona, Arizona

Frank Cadillac's album "Magic of Love" not only crosses the fine line line between love and hate

" They say that there is a fine line between love and hate. Frankie Cadillac's album Magic of Love on Rocky Song Records not only crosses that line but totally obliterates it beyond recognition. Is it hate? Is it love? It's really almost impossible to say but one thing is for sure; the 12 songs on his CD are pure rock poetry -- hard edged, hard sung and hard played. A former member of the notorious punk rock band The Squirrels, Cadillac roughs up each song with grungy guitars, guttural vocals and a New York attitude. Fellow musicians Carl Lundgren, Marc Ward, Ztarr Zhyah, Steve Golden, Robert Melosh, and Elisha Marin help bang up the numbers and raise the aggression level by more than a few notches. Aggressive well describes Cadillac's style -- to the point, in your face, no frills, no excuses. His songs tell a tale of disillusionment, frustration, anger, rejection, redemption, hope and a yearning for love that always seems to be just out of reach; approachable, yet impossible to truly grasp. Cross the Doors with the Sex Pistols and you get the idea. I enjoyed the album from the first song to the last. If there's one thing that turns me off it's an album where the songs lack individuality. Every song on Cadillac's new album stands by itself and none sound the same as any other. Sound effects pervade many of them and at times are annoying but not enough to distract from the poetry and depth of the music itself. For those who like it hard, Cadillac's Magic of Love will satiate their appetite. Noteworthy numbers are X Generation, Mixed Emotions, Highway To The Stars and Walking The Streets Alone, an especially dark number about loneliness in Manhattan. "

Well that's the buzz going around about Frank Cadillac's music...
If you haven't heard it yet, WHAT THE HELL ARE YOU WAITING FOR ?