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Facebook Post: Even before he wrote 'Kings of The World' for Mississippi, let alone LRB's 'Reminiscing' or 'It's A Long Way There' or Farnham's 'Please Don't Ask Me', Graeham Goble was already a master of melody in Allison Gros (who became Mississippi)... 'If I Ask You' didn't chart outside of the band's home town Adelaide, but it deserved better. I know I certainly flogged my old single of this when I was 11 or 12. It still sounds great and those trademark Mississippi/LRB harmonies are already there

- Mick Robbins, Geelong, Victoria, Australia, February 23rd 2013

Hi Graeham - It's 1:56 am and it's three hours since I discovered BGS performing your song FACE IN THE CROWD on You Tube -- I've been playing it ever since - this is absolutely the most beautiful song I have ever heard - the emotions it has stirred in me has 'lifted' me up - thank you from my heart for the harmony you have filled me with. Best wishes to you, Beeb & Glenn

- Mark, Lismore, January 31st 2013

I just want you to know I really love 'Reminiscing' and I am glad you wrote it. I can never get tired of that song. I am also a huge fan of Little River Band. I love all your songs. Some real talented people you are. Thanks for making the seventies a wonderful time in music!

- Joyce, Western Kentucky, USA, January 22nd 2013

Hello Graeham. I am a long time admirer of your music. I have had the 'Broken Voices CD in my collection for quite a while. I just came across the YouTube clips... that was incredible. Susie, Annette and yourself are probably the finest vocals I have ever heard. I look forward to your next project. Thank you for the wonderful music. Sincerely

- Frank Testa, USA, January 3rd 2013

YouTube comment on Fall From Paradise - Little River Band (1978): Thank you for this....I worked in a record shop in Tupelo, Mississippi back in the seventies when this first came out and it became a sign of something very meaningful to me that has transcended time and space and religion.

- Chris Kopko, USA, December 11th 2012

Mr Goble, I was born 1952 and raised Liverpool UK. Lived above above a pub with my parents and 7 siblings. LRB came to my ears with 'It's A Long Way There'. The rest in history. My own son and daughter really got into the music. At times the snobby English music press did not give LRB favourable coverage, but believe me a hardcore of fans were right behind the band! Fast forward to your eagerly awaited visit to English shores and Mountford Hall in Liverpool. LRB took the the place by storm! The place rocked. My brother and I went home on cloud 9. On a personal level 'Light Of Day' is my favourate track. From the heart, the songwriting and composing is alongside Lennon and McCartney. Again Mr. Goble, pure genius. If you get a chance, please pass my thanks to the rest of the band and I wish yourself, family and friends health and happiness for many years to come.

- Jeff Spiers, UK, December 9th 2012

Facebook Post: Hi Graeham, Just received your CD's (Stop & Nautilus) in the mail a short time ago today. Absolutely Brilliant!!! It's been a long time since I actually loved every song on an Album. I stand by my words. You are an Australian Songwriting Icon. You inspire me!! Don't ever stop!!

- Lui Fontanarosa, Adelaide, South Australia, November 21st 2012

I am writing to let you know that my favourite song from your Mississippi Music Group is the 'Kings Of The World' and I do love it very much. I remember the 'Kings Of The World' song since I was a kid from the early 1970s on the radio when I was living in Queensland at that time

- Gary John Lorenz,, October 19th 2012

Facebook Post: Graeham has written some of the most iconic songs of our generation. What a genius!

- Allan Clarke, Centerville, Ohio, USA, September 30th 2012

My High School years and 80's would have been lost without my favorite songs from you! 1979 Grad Thank You Graeham!

- Jesse Lopez, , September 25th 2012

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