Dear Graeham, Just wanted to let you know that I was so excited to see that some concerts of LRB were announced, but then realizing that the real ones, Birtles Shorrock Goble don't perform any more. This is really a pity because in my mind you were near to The Beach Boys and The Beatles. When I heard on a summer night your song 'Light of Day' for the first time, I was totally convinced that this song, with its harmonious singing and the phantastic solos, was one of the all time best for me. Today, at the age of 57, it is still the same. Phantastic! Please think of a re-union. Be it just for one concert in Germany. My wife and I will come to this one, definitely. Best regards
Dear Mr. Goble, I'm a fan of the LRB since I saw you performing in Bonn (Germany) in the early 70's as the opening-band for The Hollies. Best and many thanks for the great great music!!!!!! which gave me so much in the worst - but also best days - of my life.
Thanks for the music, Graeham. I've been listening to 'Reminiscing' the past few days, doing a bit of my own reminiscing thinking about the laid back, joyful times of the 70s. This is perhaps the finest song ever written. You and LRB really made a difference in this world. No matter what happens in the future, this beautiful song will always be with us, a testament to your artful musicianship. I consider this song the anthem of the 1970s. Life goes on, however, so I'll be checking into your new solo work. Peace and happiness, mate.
I'm very proud to say that the first ever concert I attended was an LRB gig - at the mighty Capitol Theatre, Warrnambool. What an absolute treat for a bunch of school friends to see..!! All these years later, I'm watching the Live Exposure DVD and enjoying the songs still. Thanks for the music, Graeham!!
Hello Mr. Goble! Your music & lyrics have always been a major influence in my life. Especially 'The Net' lyrics were so prophetic and ahead of its time! I was listening to the whole record this morning, such a wonderful piece of honest art! You were so right back then even without knowing it! Thanks again for everything...
I am on the verge of getting engaged any day now. My significant other, Veronica is having her birthday August 17th. Your song, No One (Just You) from one of your previous solo LP's is simply outstanding, absolutely love it and I'm toying with unveiling your song to her when I present her with her ring.
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Elton John can no longer hit those high notes but you just keep on singing the topmost of those 3-part harmonies without missing a beat (or a note!).
Huge respect. Huge fan of yours!
Huge respect. Huge fan of yours!
I'm 68 years old and have enjoyed your music a long time. I think you are the best songwriter ever and the high notes you sang on those songs were beautiful. Keep writing those great songs. A fan always
Mr. Goble, I just wanted to say how I have enjoyed listening to your songs from LRB and how they take me back so quickly like it was yesterday. You, Beeb and Glenn certainly had some incredible chemistry and your level of musicianship will not be surpassed. Thanks for great memories and it would be great to see you and your former bandmates reunite if the opportunity should present itself. God bless.Post Message