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Mr Goble
A brief note to let you know how much I enjoyed hearing you sing lead vocals on your latest solo
effort. It must be very rewarding. You do a very good job. I've always enjoyed your lead vocals on "Whales" and "I Didn't Stand a Chance" as well as on the LRB Debut LP. I've always felt you were a great harmony singer as well. I read once in an interview that you admired Graham Nash as your favorite top singer, which is ironic because I've always felt that Graeham Goble was a better top singer than Graham Nash. Your vocals have more sheen to them (if that makes any sense) than Nash's do and also blend better with the other two vocals. I've always felt your best top vocal was on "Face in the Crowd". Your voice is absolutely soaring on that number (which is another one of my favorite Graeham Goble songs). By the way, last night my wife and I were at another couple's house, sitting around the table enjoying dinner and wine. The radio had been on the entire evening, but when "Reminicsing" came on, suddenly everyone quieted down and focused in on the radio. The electric piano intro is unmistakable and suddenly no one was talking but everyone was now tapping their foot or bobbing their head and singing along with the song. The entire table commented on how much they "love that song". Take care Mr Goble and thanks for the memories.

- Billy Johnson, , December 26th 2006

graeham goble = best songwriter in the world! keep up the great writing graeham!

- Charlotte, Australia, December 23rd 2006

In the mid 70's I was playing in a blues, southern rock cover band, and came across the LRB album with "Meanwhile" and "It's A Long Way There". We covered "Meanwhile", and it is still one of my all time favorite tunes, and has really held up over the years. A couple of times a year our band gets together, (we all have day jobs now), and we play some of our old sets. I've been trying to find a song book with chords & lyrics for this album and have had no luck. Any help in finding? By the way, I refuse to listen or see the current people masquerading as Little River Band. The original is always the best.

- Dave Klockau, Iowa City, Iowa, USA, December 3rd 2006

Love the video clip and song, "Someone's Taken Our History".
Many stand on the shoulders of those who paved the way ahead of them, and don't know it.
There's no forgetting your origins, the opening in the USA, and how it set an easier path for others to make their music known.
Thanks, Graeham

- Elle, Brisbane, Australia, December 1st 2006

Hey Graeham
I had the privilege of seeing the ORIGINAL LRB way back in the day.....totally awesome!!!. Thank you so much for writing my two fav LRB songs, IT’S A LONG WAY THERE and TAKE IT EASY ON ME, which I listen to regularly!!!
Much love my friend

- Carol, Augusta, Georgia USA, November 26th 2006

Love the song Someone's Taken Our History. LRB was in my town a couple of weeks ago. I didn't even go out, since I knew it was not the real thing! You guys still rock. All the best.

- Rhonda Marcal, Jonesboro, Arkansas, November 24th 2006

My dear friend, Graeham:
You already know how I feel about your CD (awesome!) and about how I love your solo vocals (still "mad" about being denied this for all these years). With this message, though, I just had let you know how much I LOVE your song "No One (Just You)"! I simply cannot get enough of this song. It's one of the most beautiful songs you've ever written. I love the bluesy sound to your voice, but the arrangement of this song is so captivating. To me this song is an updated "Frank Sinatra" type song (and I know how much you love his music). I am looking forward to your next CD and I hope we get more bluesy, jazzy compositions from you. You're one of the best.
Your Southern Belle friend,

- Tami, Atlanta, GA, October 25th 2006

Hi Graeham,
Sitting with friends and we are all speechless after listening to your new CD. Such uplifting sentiments, obviously coming from a very positive place. An inspiration to christians everywhere. You are a wonderful wordsmith. The vocals are something else! May the divine wisdom of the universal godhead be with you always.

- Nadeem Aslam, , October 25th 2006

After almost a month of daily checking my mailbox, it finally arrived. Your latest solo effort is incredible. It just gets better each time I listen to it. Why you have been singing high harmony all these years is beyond me! I hope you sing lead in some future BSG efforts. This new found vocal confidence you speak of, combined with Glenn and Beeb would be nothing short of exquisite. Please hurry and present us with a new BSG CD and tour. We are ready for the real thing here in the States!!!

- Alan, Montgomery Alabama, October 22nd 2006


- jaime munoz v., chile, October 19th 2006

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