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Probably said by many already, but it would be great for a lot of people to see the original LRB back together in England.
Maybe impossible/too difficult etc etc, but nevertheless what memories and music we all share from LRB.
all the very best

- Glenn Hazelhurst, West Yorks, England, December 7th 2011

Hi Graeham Just want to say how much I have enjoyed listening to LRB over the years. I saw LRB in London in the 1970s and Sheffield, Yorkshire round about the same time. I can still remember how great it sounded. I think you had a new lead guitarist join the band at that stage. I remember him playing amazing riffs fills/solos etc. My all time fav LRB track is the original 'It's A Long Way There' album track with the great blend of acoustic picking and electric strumming. It was also the album to me and my wife's 'courting' days and we have now been married 32yrs. Just really great to see you still doing what you obviously love and sharing your undoubted musical gift. Long may you continue. All the best to you

- Glenn Hazelhurst, West Yorks, England, December 1st 2011

Graeham, best of wishes to you and your family for this holiday season

- Jim Underwood, wytheville, va USA, November 30th 2011

Your album with Beeb Birtles, 'The Last Romance', has a lot of sentimental meaning to my family. God bless you

- Howard Jansz, Narre Warren, Victoria, Australia, November 21st 2011

- Angelica Quintero, Mexico City, Mexico, November 16th 2011

Graeham, You are one of my favorite songwriters of all time. 'It's A Long Way There' and 'Mistress Of Mine' are among my favorites. I got to meet Glenn at a twenty year reunion tour in 1995, but it wasn't the same without you and Beeb. Thank you so much for your music throughout the years

- Russ Yeoman, Newburgh, New York, November 10th 2011

Hi there Mr Graeham Goble, Huge fan of yours. I am in love with your song 'Please Don't Ask Me' and I think it is one of the most beautiful songs ever written. I hope you don't mind knowing that I have performed this song on many occasions. Of late, it has almost become a signature song of my repertoire as many of my repeat audience keep requesting it. The dynamics in the song and the big range in the melody really suit my style of singing. What I was hoping for really is, permission from you that I may record this song and possibly include it in my album

- Darko Zoric, Australia, November 10th 2011

Your music has spanned the globe and connected many hearts and souls. Sail on my friend, for if I never meet you, I will hoist a beer or ale in your honour, for surely we have met in another time, you inspire me

- Richard Pulley, Virginia Beach Va. USA, November 10th 2011

Will there in the future be a new album with the two fantastic girls from Broken Voices? I hope so, come on Graeham, try again with these two girls and thank you for all your good music.
I will be glad if you some day will give a concert in Denmark.

- Allan Lyhne, Denmark, November 5th 2011

Graeham, I wrote you a few years back and you were very kind to write me a nice long note back about your song, "It's a Long Way There". I just wanted to write you again to say that song NEVER gets old to my ears. Everytime I come back to it, it's just as wonderful as when I first heard it at 16 years old! Now at 51, it's even better! Congratulations! This song is truly TIMELESS! Hope you are doing well. Cheers

- Michael Ivey, North Carolina, USA, November 1st 2011

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