I’ll Always Call Your Name – Isolated Bass Featuring Roger McLachlan & Beeb Birtles
A fabulous insight into the writing of the classic Beeb Birtles song “I’ll Always Call Your Name” which appears on the first Little River Band album circa 1975. Beeb discusses his love of open G tuning, how and why this song was written. Featuring: Beeb Birtles – Lead Vocal & Guitar Glenn Shorrock – Vocals Graeham Goble – Guitar & Vocals Ric Formosa – Lead Guitars Derek Pellicci – Drums & Percussion Roger McLachlan – Fender Bass
Birtles & Goble – Digitally Released
For the first time on all digital platforms The Last Romance album is finally available. Little River Band fans consider it a lost Little River Band album. Musicians featured include not only Beeb and Graeham, but David Briggs, George McArdle, Ric Formosa and Derek Pellicci. In addition to members of LRB, there was an array of Australia’s finest performers including Don Burrows, Mal Logan, Barry Sullivan, Clive Harrison, Peter Jones, Mark Kennedy and many others.
All Little River Band’s US Top 10s now have 1 million play awards
Graeham Goble – The Night Owls Receives BMI 1 Million Air Plays Award
Graeham Goble – Conversations with Graham Cornes 5AA Adelaide
Founding Member Of Little River Band Graeham Goble talks with Graham Cornes on Adelaide’s FiveAA. Topics include growing up in Adelaide, Rudolf Steiner and his teachings, Allison Gros, Travis Wellington Hedge, Mississippi, Little River Band and the online museum www.shorrockbirtlesgoble.com
First aired 16th July 2020.
Graeham’s Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/2L947wSHWswikJIYNc4tJH https://www.fiveaa.com.au
‘Reminiscing’ by Graeham Goble, David Campbell and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra
PLAY IT ON. Graeham Goble was part of an online collaboration of 5 composers and 5 singers and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, all donating their services in support of the Arts in Australia. Did you catch David Briggs on guitar? Donations in support of this very worthy cause would be greatly appreciated. The stream can be accessed via the Sydney Symphony Orchestra Website and Facebook Page Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sydneysymphony/ Sydney Symphony Website: www.sydneysymphony.com/watch Donation Portal: http://www.abfnsw.org/play