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I have just listened to "Someone's Taken Our History". This is a songwriting Masterpiece. I rate this and "I'm Coming Home" both better than "Reminiscing", which in itself is brilliant and a major work for sure, but everybody's ears are different. I could feel what you felt when I saw you at Twin Towns and you couldn't use the name LRB, but that made your presence even more significant and diminished "the others". "Someone's Taken Our History" is more biting than Lennon's "How Do You Feel"

- Ray Armstrong, The Philippines, March 16th 2009

You have always been one of my favourite songwriters. I first heard of you in the 70's. I was in Tasmania. I heard this song "Kings of the World". It just blew me away. I have always tried to catch you when I can. I have seen you at Twin Towns with Beeb and Glenn ... just great. I love your work and have always considered you one of the world's most under-estimated songwriters. I wish you well in your perennial search for that unique combination of notes that is called simply "a song".

- Ray Armstrong, The Philippines, March 14th 2009

Graeham, hello....huge fan here from the States. My all time favorite LRB concert was World Expo '88. I have it on a poor quality VHS, any plans to release this on DVD ? Love your music and we miss you up here. Housden's session players don't cut it !!!

- Glenn MacDiarmid, Spotsylvania, Virginia, USA, March 4th 2009

Just wanted to say that I've always been and still am a big LRB fan. I am also a big "harmonies" fan and you along with LRB had the best 3 part harmonies. Nothing exemplified this more than the Backstage Pass album and any other of your live performances. You can't fake good harmonies, especially live. LRB was one of the classiest bands ever. I did hear it said that Frank Sinatra thought "Reminiscing" was one of the best songs ever written. That's quite a compliment. Hope you are doing well and glad I had a chance to write to you.

- Don Kodner, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, USA, March 3rd 2009

Hey Graeham,
Just wanted to give kudos for the site - excellent layout and very user friendly so 'Thanks!'.
As far as Housden goes, what goes around comes around - the people who matter the most to you know who LRB really is and won't support any rip offs.
Loved the clip with your boys - very talented family and it's great to see Nathan playing with another Aussie talent in Michael Paynter too - nice harmonies over his way also.
Just proof that the nut doesn't fall far from the tree you must be very proud.
The new album is epic - thank you so much for continuing to give the world music worth listening to.
Cheers mate

- Jo Sedz, Perth WA, February 28th 2009

Hi Mr Goble,
I have been a big fan of your work for many years now, I'm 23 now but as a young kid, in the very early 90's my dad used to sing me "I'm Coming Home" while i was going to sleep. I loved it. I must commend you for your album "The Days Ahead" as it is a true masterpiece. Thankyou for your music.
Regards

- Brent Henshaw, Gold Coast, Australia, February 19th 2009

Hello Graeham, Greetings from a longtime LRB fan in Knoxville, TN USA. I just noticed on your website that the "Live Exposure" concert from Houston was released on DVD. I have a VHS copy that I had to buy off the rental shelf from a Blockbuster Video in the early nineties, I would really like to have the DVD. I even have the HBO concert from 1983 on VHS, that I taped off HBO. I wish both of these concerts were complete and not edited. I really enjoy the BSG "Full Circle" CD and DVD, and hope that BSG could tour the US soon. Seeing it makes me wish I could have seen LRB live back in the late 1970s. I did get to see LRB, with Glenn and Derrick, in 1995 in Chattanooga, TN. I really enjoyed the show but wished that Beeb and yourself would have been there. Thanks for all of the LRB material, especially the stuff from 1975-1982, it has brought me much listening enjoyment through the years. My wife gets tired of hearing it, because I listen to it all of the time even today. Thanks again. Take care

- Kendall Chiles, Knoxville, Tennessee USA, February 11th 2009

Graeham, I just watched the youtube video for "Someone's Taken Our History". Great song!.......I love the fact you did "that". I wish you well from Canada, Hoping you, Glenn & Beeb put more albums out there.

- Ron Cantin, Nova Scotia, Canada, January 31st 2009

Hi Graeham,
I went to another website to get updates on one of my favorites bands of all time. I was very confused, I could see no mention of you, Glenn or Beeb?? You guys ARE LRB!
Thanks for creating this website. I just found out the "Full Circle" album is out there....as well as your 3 solo albums.
I found the birtlesshorrockgoble.com site also.
As I'm typing this, I'm listening to "Time Exposure" on Vinyl! (I have it on CD too!)
Much Respect,

- Ron Cantin, Nova Scotia, Canada, January 30th 2009

My very first concert was LRB at Perth Entertaiment Centre in 1977. I was already a fan having recieved a copy of AFTER HOURS for my 15th birthday in 1976. Attended reunion concerts at Burswood in 1988 & 1989 wih Christopher Cross. Witnessed your awsome BSG gig at A DAY ON THE GREEN at Sandalford. You allowed me to take a posed photo of you as you saw me clicking away right up the front. I was singing every lyric. Man PLEASE keep going and PLEASE come back to PERTH SOON!

- Paul Pisani, Perth, WA, Australia, January 26th 2009

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