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Mr Goble Thumbs up on the new cd's. "The Days Ahead" as well as "Let It Rain". I love "Someone's Taken Our History". It has a victorious, triumphant almost athem-like sound to it as if to say despite the legal hassles, we know we wrote and recorded the songs and no one will ever take that away from us. Some other tunes of yours I'm very fond of are "Time For Us, Forever Blue and How Many Nights". I also love "Please Don't Ask Me, Stormy Surrender and "D" which I know you co-wrote with Beeb. By the way a workmate of mine came in the office the other day, sat down and said "Little River Band". I turned and ask what about LRB? to which he responded I just heard one of their songs on the radio and I can't get it out of my head. I asked which song and he started singing the hook to "Lady". It must be a blast to know that your songs are being played all over the world at any given time. Well again Mr Goble thanks for the memories and I'll be looking forward to your next project. Best Wishes

- Billy Johnson, USA, November 28th 2008

Hi Graeham, Just stumbled on your site here and I must say really enjoyed it. Nice work! Thanks for posting all those wonderful sound/video clips, there is quite a history there. You are a marvelous writer/musician and looking forward to getting some of your solo stuff. I've been a Little River Band fan for years. Thanks much and again Fabulous site!!

- Joe Lienhard, USA, November 21st 2008

Hi Graeham. Its a bit weird actually being able to write to someone I've known of for over 30 years. I was and still am influenced by styles of Little River Band, The Eagles, James Taylor etc in my song writing. An early memory I have of seeing LRB was at a concert at Victoria Park (near Sydney Uni) in 1975 (not sure). I also remember sitting in the studio of 2LF Young in 1977 during my 8 to midnight shift and getting into Ric Formosa's lead break in 'It's A Long Way There'. (Still one of my favourite songs). Cheers

- Garry Bignell, Australia, November 10th 2008

Hello from Canada, we are sitting listening to our LP OF Mississippi. Still sounds as good as it did all those years ago. Look forward to getting some of your newer releases now that we found your web site. KEEP ROCKIN' !!

- Al & Lynn O'Brien, Grand Bay-Westfield New Brunswick Canada, November 6th 2008

Graeham, Thanks for all you have done and will do. My wife and I are fans of all the songs, arrangements and vocals that you have done over the years. I was buying LP's of LRB back in the '80's, and have most of them - including cd's. Birtles Shorrock Goble, is our faviorite dvd.

- Dennis & Peggy Wollnik, Kansas City, Missouri USA, October 29th 2008

Dear Graeham, I have since I can remember loved the song Kings Of The World. I have it on a record I purchased at the age of 12, I am now 47. I envy your ability to create music and lyrics that I find soulful and incredibly insightful. I listen to your songs over and over again and my interest in listening and singing them has never waned. What a rare talented man you are.
Kindest Regards

- Diane Smith, Australia, September 29th 2008

Hi Graeham, Congratulations with the new album. I loved it!
I am a big fan and have all your solo work, including the 'Broken Voices' CD, 'Birtles & Goble - The Last Romance', 'Birtles Shorrock Goble' (CD & DVD) and of course all your work with Little River Band. Keep up the good work, I certainly will recommend 'Let It Rain' to my friends and colleagues.
Best regards

- Ketil Berntsen, Norway, September 22nd 2008

First heard your Ch00nZ in a hot 1975. 'Curiosity Killed The Cat' playing over the school PA at lunchtime ( Cannington High) ... Fell in love with that song and it remains my fave although "Lady" gives it a good run !! ( Well...They all do actually)
Thanks for enriching my sonic life !!
Buying your new album tomorrow (Mon 15th)
Regards

- Paul Hovell, Uk. Ex Forrestfield, Western Australia, September 14th 2008

Hi, THANK YOU for all the awesome videos you have on this site...I particularly enjoy the Farnham Era ones...and the "I'm Coming Home" clips. All the best

- Jason Fabbri, Glenhuntly, Melbourne, September 2nd 2008

Graeham, I hope Housden comes to his senses. I refuse to buy any little housden CD's or go to any of their concerts. If he would just realize that this issue leaves a bad taste in our mouths.
I believe the message over the years in the music of you three has been mostly LOVE and a positive meaning. Housden should listen to the songs he covers more closely. That's enough on that subject.
I also want you to know that the LRB lineup on Playing To Win and No Reins were superb. I like the hard rock side of that band. Saw you guys at the Sunrise Musical Theater in Sunrise Florida. The show was the best concert I have ever seen ..., and heard . Top notch. I have hung in there with the member changes over the years. Most of them i have loved.
Your website is cool ... with the videos and mp3 samples ... wonderful !! I will be buying your new CD. I wish you good luck with it. I very much enjoy the BSG live DVD too.
Regards

- Robert Kovacik, Florida USA, August 16th 2008

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