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Hi Graeham, I would just like to say, I have enjoyed your music from Little River Band (all the albums) and your new tunes are so rich. I would like to thank you for your wonderful music. I was just listening to your new CD sample and will be ordering soon. Also, the live "Full Circle" DVD from a few years ago just blows me away and anybody that I show the video to. An Old Fan from New Hampshire

- Phil Mayrand, New Hampshire, USA, June 2nd 2008

Wow Graeham, Just received your latest cd, it is absolutely fantastic! it's your best music yet (not to say that I love all your music, it's all great) but "Let It Rain" is incredible. I can't stop playing it. Thank you so much for sharing your gift with all your fans! Cheers

- Mark Kaiser, Whitby, Ontario, Canada, May 28th 2008

Hi Mr. Goble, "It's a Long Way There" (full version) is one of the best songs of the rock era in my opinion. Your fan always

- Jimmy Wade, Arkansas, USA, May 28th 2008

Graeham, Another masterpiece! Received the new cd in the mail yesterday, and it's basically been playing non-stop. Thanks for your friendship and for the wonderful music.

- Billy Brown, Salt Lake City. Utah, USA, May 24th 2008

Hi Graeham! You are my favorite musician and lyricist in the world, nobody can compose the lyrics and lyrical arrangements that you can! My all-time favorite album is "No Reins" from Little River Band. I would dearly love to see you in concert, and meet you, here in the USA. Do you think you will ever do a concert in the USA again or at least be here for some kind of event where I could possibly see you? It's just that the very first time I saw Little River Band in concert (in St. Louis) was in June of 1990 and you had just left the band. I certainly missed you as you are the reason why I loved Little River Band! Actually, if you are never going to be here, then I will make arrangements to travel to Australia to catch you at an event... By the way, a very Happy Belated Birthday to you! The very warmest of wishes to you always! I wish you continued success! Thank you very much!

- Bill Neislar, St Louis, Missouri USA, May 18th 2008

Graeham, I hope that you the one that reads these, But I wanted to let you know that next to the Eagles you and Little River Band were and still are my favorite bands. The harmonies you guys do are some of the best in the business (then and now). glad to see that you guys are still kicking it. Thanks for all the great music.

- Jeff Downey, , May 10th 2008

Hi Graeham I have always loved your tunes and LRB since I got out of "classical" music school as a kid, (15YO) Your tunes made me soar. They also got me into pop/radio. You guys captured magic on tape, and I knew it! And to capture magic on tape has been the bar for me since then.

- Jake Hill, San Antonio, Texas USA, May 9th 2008

Graeham, Our family just saw LRB at Sunfest in Palm Beach Florida. Not the same without you in the band! (But still your songs are killer!) It seems "odd" that they can carry on the band as LRB without any of the founding members in it anymore!??? I think that LRB and yourself are the most underrated band/songwriter in the history of rock. "Someone's Taken Our History" - Never forget, you're the real artist here. Although I can only empathize with you, in a strange way, you should be flattered by them carrying on your songs. No, they do not have your DNA, but if it's any consolation at all, your music still makes people happy and they get up and dance and sing..even if it is a "fraudulent" performance..it's still your music and it lives on. Someone's taken our history Someone's taken our songs for free We wrote the words and the melody Now someone else sings our harmony BUT NOT LIKE YOU GUYS DID!!! BEST HARMONIES EVER!!!! "Hang in there, Mate!"

- Brian Hinton, Florida USA, May 8th 2008

Hi Graeham ! Your new CD is magnificent ! What a talent you are . regards

- Dave Ulbrick, Melbourne, Australia, April 24th 2008

G'day Graeham, Must say, love your work. I know it's a clich but very true. Back in '72 I'd just got back from SE Asia and was in the RAAF. I'd just read a paperback, "Chariots of the Gods" and then I heard your "Kings of the World". No connection between the two, but I found your song and lyrics so fascinating and haunting. The words have stayed with me all these years. Thank you very much for so much listening pleasure over the years. Cheers

- Bill Halliwell, Geilston Bay, Tasmania, Australia, April 10th 2008

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