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- Johnny Wall, Sweden, July 23rd 2011

Graeham,
I have always been moved by your amazing body of songs, especially when you had John Farnham on board with LRB. That acapella version of 'Love Letters' still gives me chill bumps, 'Please Don't Ask Me' should have been every bit as big as 'Reminiscing' or 'Lady', not to mention practically all of the songs on 'NO REINS' as well as 'THE NET'. Those years of LRB with Farnham - my God! just incredible - your harmonies, David Hirschfelder.... of course the magical vocal blend of you, Beeb & Wayne Nelson.... that vocal combination is as good as if not better than those amazing Eagles harmonies. I'm a big fan and would love to be able to buy a CD of LRB outtakes, alternate takes, rehearsals, live recordings, which I am sure you have in your own personal archives. It's just a matter of you offering them to us for sale. WE WILL BUY THEM!!!!!!! Thanks and keep us posted!

- Billy Pope, Texas, USA, June 26th 2011

Hi Graeham, I was five or six when I first heard 'Kings Of The World' at my neighbour's house. I thought it was about God. The song stayed in my mind for the next 38 years. I knew the chorus but didn't have a clue who sang it until my son, age 16, suggested I have a look on YouTube and sure enough there you were! I was moved to the point of tears, as it took me back to 1972 in my friends bedroom listening to the "holy" song. Since then I have purchased the 'Mississippi' album and I find it to be just as magical. So thanks Graeham for a beautiful song and memory.

- Julianne, Australia, June 18th 2011

Hi Graeham, Thank you for your solo CD, 'Let It Rain'. I love 'Initiation Suite'. I enjoyed it immensely and look forward to repeated playing. I look forward to more of your offerings !!! Happy easter and best wishes,

- John Pinkevitch, Newcastle, NSW, Australia, April 26th 2011

Hi Graeham, I have 'The Days Ahead' and ever since that wonderful CD, I have been keeping my eyes open for more. When I hear 'I'm Coming Home', it brings back a lot of happy memories of my childhood. I'm so happy that you are recording and releasing wonderful music and that I can still enjoy music from one of the legends of LRB and Australian music. Thank you.

- John Pinkevitch, Newcastle, NSW, Australia, April 12th 2011

Found myself listening to early LRB Tunes and Farnham's 'Uncovered' album today. You truly are a talented and versatile singer/songwriter. It's people like you that both inspire and encourage people like me to aspire to new heights with music. THANK YOU.

- Dan Hart, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, April 10th 2011

Hello Graeham,
I want you to know how much I have appreciated your music over the years and still today. I find it reassuring, inspiring, personal, and spiritual. I can't pretend to know what you have intended, but as art is, I know how your work has touched me. You have had an impact on my life through your work and I thank you for it. Thank you for your body of work. You are a good man to have done what you do. Hope you are well. Godspeed.

- Jeffrey Skaret, Minnetonka, MN USA, April 8th 2011

Graeham - love your mighty, mighty songwriting pen. I can't begin to tell you the esteem I hold your work in. Your composition and arrangements are like a 'how-to' clinic in pop song-craft.

- Alan Barnes, Chincoteague, Virginia, USA, March 31st 2011

- Matthias Stey, Germany, March 29th 2011

Hi Graeham, I have always enjoyed the music of the LRB for many years and the various spin off projects. I saw the LRB in 1982 at Hammersmith Odeon, London (still my favourite gig of all time) which was the last time the LRB or any of it's members played the U.K. Would there be any chance of you playing the U.K again?
Best wishes,

- Kim Roberts, United Kindom, March 25th 2011

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