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Mr. Goble, your new CD is your best solo effort yet... I must say that I prefer the simple, guitar-dominant instrumentation of "The Days Ahead" to some of your earlier, more electronic-sounding work... the layered vocals and harmonies are glorious and make me wonder why you didn't sing lead with LRB once inawhile! Musically, your use of minor chords and complex key changes continues to suck me in as a listener, just as it did back when I was in high school and my first favorite LRB song was "Take it Easy on Me." Keep cranking them out... I hope the inevitable BSG album sounds as great as this one!

- Ray Blackburn, Cleveland, OH, October 14th 2006

Hi Graeham I have grown up with your songwriting and great vocal harmonies for years and I have also enjoyed your John Farnham musical arrangements. Will you be working with John again in the future as well as Jack Jones and Glenn Shorrock? This would be the ultimate show if you were all on stage at the one time... You could also feature James Morrison playing a solo in Reminiscing! This would be awesome... As for your new material I really enjoy it and I really enjoy the whole solo album... great musical journey all varieties... It would be great to see you live here in Australia where you deserve to be recognised! It will be great to see you tour around again soon..It is good to hear your children have the same passion as you. Looking forward to hearing more songs soon. Kind Regards and Keep on Rockin' Mark Gardner (It definitely is a long way there !)

- Mark Gardner, Outer Eastern Melbourne, October 9th 2006

Hey Graeham Just wanted to let you know I sat in front of my computer with an ever-widening grin, listening to Someone's Taken Our History. Great to see you putting the whole episode into a song. In fact, thanks for ALL the great songs.

- Glen Moffatt, , September 22nd 2006

Hi Graeham, just found your live shows list and I was gobsmacked! Again, lots of memories from the early Adelaide gig scene and your detail reinforces my memories of you playing a T.V. station. Yes, it was channel 10 Teen Scene. Also, you give me the date I saw L.R.B. in Sheffield, U.K. I couldn't remember the exact date, but thanks to your records, I have it! I loved seeing you guys then, as I was living there at the time. Thank you for your meticulous records, they've brought many memories back! Regards, Maureen

- Maureen Squires (nee Thomas), , September 20th 2006

Hi Graeham, congratulations with your wonderful website, it's truly awesome. I want to thank you for all the great music you've been giving us and hopefully there's more to come. I've been a fan since the 'No Reins' album, and discovered the earlier work from LRB, and been a fan since. So big thanks again. with the best wishes

- Rene Verkerk, ridderkerk, the netherlands, September 14th 2006

Dear Graeham, Congratulations on your new website. I have really enjoyed checking it out. I hope you, Beeb and Glenn can do a great US tour including Ft. Lauderdale. Beeb and Donna sent me the DVD and I have to tell you, I was cheering and clapping from the couch like a first time fan! You guys remain SO AWESOME! Best of luck in the future. Thanks for sharing your new sites. Diane

- Diane Brucks McDonald, Plantation, FL, September 12th 2006

Hi Graeham... The Little River Band was one of the first bands who ever caught my ear when I was listening to a sub-par-sounding clock radio in my bedroom...and I've never forgotten them; I still regularly break out the best-of and spin it. When I found out you had your very own MySpace page, I immmediately checked it out...and when I heard the first song on there, I was so taken with its lyrical message that I immediately posted about it on a blog site to which I'm a contributor: Best of luck on the new album; I'm planning to download from iTunes as soon as I work my way through the huge pile of discs I already have to review!!! Best, Will Harris Associate Editor

- Will Harris, Chesapeake, VA, September 12th 2006

Hi Graeham, thank you for a fantastic new website, love it! The memories those photos bring back! Yes, I grew up in Adelaide too, saw you in Allison Gros, whilst in the audience at the local T.V. station, filming a pop show. Saw Zoot at the Scene disco, Twilights at the Oxford. Yeah, great memories! You 3 have joined ranks to become one of the most awesome bands ever! Your songwriting is legendary, may your new endeavours thrill audiences anew. Sorry to say, missed your latest gigs, Melbourne is a long way from Perth! Say hi to Beeb for me, Zoot were the reason my friend and I went to Melbourne! They were the best years of my life and obviously we knew talent when we saw it! Looking forward to following your excellent web site. regards Maureen Squires

- Maureen Squires, Perth, W.A., September 12th 2006

Hi Graeham Congrats on your great web site. I was at the Twin Towns BSG show on 31 Aug....super. Great to catch up briefly afterwards. Thanks for the many years of absolute genius with your songs, singing and musicianship. regards Phil

- Phil Gibbs, Ipswich Queensland, September 11th 2006

Hello Graeham, I've followed you and the Little River Band for just over 30 years now, and now BSG of course. I'm just wondering if you could ever have known what an impact 'It's A Long Way There' would have on people when you wrote it. I was a delivery driver at the time, listening to Radio One here in the UK as they played it for the first stopped me dead in my tracks! From then on I was hooked. Not only am I able to listen to your music but I play keyboard, and I have always taken the opportunity to introduce LRB songs to who ever has asked me to play. 'It's A Long Way There' is always a good 'opener' absolutely superb number and speaking as an (amateur) musician, a joy to play. As long as you keep writing, recording and selling....we'll all keep buying and listening (and playing!) Stay safe and well My Very Best Wishes Gerry.....UK

- Gerry, , September 9th 2006

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