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I have always loved 'Lady'. A big thank you for your writing and phenomenal vocals on many songs throughout my life

- Doug Fraser, USA, December 24th 2017

Is there any way to purchase a recording of the HBO broadcast of Little River Band, live in Melbourne, Australia 1983 concert? For the life of me I can't understand why a recording was never made/sold of that concert. It blew us all away. To this day I continually listen to those songs on YouTube. I know at the time that everyone in America sat up and took notice when that show came on. John Farnham singing your songs was just magic. IMO your songwriting is brilliant... the songs are timeless. Thank you for your amazing talent

- Victorine Hartin, USA, December 15th 2017

I am 40 years old and grew up listening to Little River Band and you are an inspiration to me

- John Staggs, Austin, Texas, USA, November 11th 2017

Facebook Post: Hey Graeham, I'm a huge fan of your work with LRB. Your vocal parts are killer high and have set the bench mark for me in my various cover bands over the years. I'm a huge fan of the Hollies because of their vocals but yours by far is the next level!

- Glen Valols, Bunbury, Western Australia, September 21st 2017

I had never heard Middle Man until a few weeks back. I had to order it through Amazon and while I waited I found and watched it repeatedly on YouTube. A HBO performance of LRB with Wayne Nelson and John Farnham along with you and Beeb doing vocals. Amazing performance and brings me almost to tears. Also, some amazing songs on 'Playing To Win' and 'No Reins'. They remain as favourites in my LRB collection

- John Pinkevitch, Newcastle, NSW, Australia, August 21st 2017

You Tube Post: I've played 'Take It Easy On Me' 103 times this week... WTF! Is this song like crack or is it just me missing a life that flew by in a heart beat... can't stop hitting replay on this song... over and over and over and over again... it's just that amazing...

- Peter Shaw, , August 7th 2017

Graeham, I was born in 1977. I grew up hearing LRB. Reminiscing was one of the first songs that I heard that I liked even as a five year old! Your beautiful lyrics really stand out. Our local radio station still plays LRB. Music this detailed and layered isn't heard much these days! Thank you for sharing such great music with us!

- Shannon Ledford, Memphis, Indiana United States, August 3rd 2017

Graeham, the more I look at your early work with Mississippi and Little River Band, the more I realise how truly your musical instincts and vocal arrangements stood out from even the most skilled vocal combinations in American and British rock. In fact, even The Bee Gees could have learned much from you. I cannot tell you how much I am enjoying these videos from back in my school days. One of these days I would love to interview you and talk about the amazing body of work you have amassed. You sir are a genius.

- JJ McCartney, USA, July 28th 2017

'Reminiscing' was my favourite song the summer it came out, and one of my favourite songs of all time. I was studying one of John Lennon's songs 'Watching The Wheels' and I think he borrowed your approach back to the tonic chord. 'Reminiscing' not only has a unique amazing intro, but the verse doesn't hit the tonic chord for the longest time! Very rare. When it does (in the key of D) it goes Gmaj7, Bb7, D, which is an unusual and very pleasant way to get back to D. Lennon's song has a chorus that stays off the tonic chord for a long time and then approaches the tonic (in the key of C) via F, Fm, C, with the lyrics "I just had to let it go", which is chordally so similar to how you went back to the tonic. I think you may have influenced that part of his song. I live in San Francisco and I talked to this guy who by chance met Lennon on the street in the late 60s here and in that conversation, which touched on songwriting, Lennon said that in songwriting "you steal a little something here, and steal a little something there" with stealing not being a bad thing in this sense. Anyway, I think that your song influenced him when he wrote 'Watching The Wheels'

- Alan Coe, San Francisco, CA, USA, July 17th 2017

I still remember where I heard 'It's A Long Way There' for the very first time. I'd just gotten on the 405 at Wilshire, was gridlocked in traffic waiting to switch to the 10 to drive for a 9 am class at law school and it emanated through the speakers of my 2002 via KLOS. This is a masterpiece. If you're a fan of seventies rock, you'll be stunned by this nearly nine minute cut that lags not a bit, that sets your mind free and makes you feel good all at the same time.

- Bob Lefsetz, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA, June 4th 2017

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