Graeham Goble – Little River Band Isolated Vocals

 

Listening to ISOLATED VOCALS are a favourite thing to enjoy. Who doesn’t love hearing Lennon & McCartney and The Beach Boys, among many isolated vocals now appearing on You Tube. Here are some Graeham Goble favourites.

All studio performances with no editing or tuning Vocal arrangements by Graeham Goble Strings arranged by Ricardo Formosa.

‘Til Tonight (1993) written by Graeham Goble, vocals by Steve Wade & Graeham Goble.

Light Of Day (1978) written by Beeb Birtles, vocals by Beeb Birtles, Graeham Goble & Glenn Shorrock.

A Cruel Madness (1988) written by Graeham Goble, vocals by Wayne Nelson & Graeham Goble.

Sleepless Nights (1983) written by Graeham Goble, vocals by John Farnham, Beeb Birtles, Graeham Goble.

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In Conversation: Shorrock, Birtles, Goble & Briggs – Little River Band’s Original Singers And Hit Songwriters

The original singers and hit songwriters of Little River Band reunite for a conversation about their experience in forming, recording and touring with Australia’s most significant international rock band. Glenn Shorrock, Beeb Birtles, Graeham Goble, David Briggs wrote all the hits which made the band famous: Reminiscing, Cool Change, Lady, Lonesome Loser, Help Is On Its Way, Happy Anniversary, Take It Easy On Me, The Night Owls, The Other Guy, We Two, Home On Monday, It’s A Long Way There and Many More.

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“Days On The Road” Part 2: Roger McLachlan interviews Graeham Goble

 

Inspired by Graeham’s song writing, Roger and Graeham discuss the meaning of life and the 1976 recording of Little River Band’s classic song “Days On The Road” from the “After Hours” LP.

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“Days On The Road” Part 1: Roger McLachlan Interviews Graeham Goble

Inspired by Graeham’s song writing, Roger and Graeham discuss the meaning of life and the 1976 recording of Little River Band’s classic song “Days On The Road” from the “After Hours” LP.

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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

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All Little River Band’s US Top 10s now have 1 million play awards

 

Now all seven of LRB’s US top 10s have received the 1 million plays award. Graeham Goble’s 5 songs (Reminiscing, Lady, Take It Easy On Me, The Other Guy, The Night Owls), David Briggs’ Lonesome Loser and Glenn Shorrock’s ‘Cool Change’.

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Graeham Goble – The Night Owls Receives BMI 1 Million Air Plays Award

 

‘The Night Owls’ becomes Graeham Goble’s 5th song to achieve 1 million airplays on commercial radio in the US. Graeham’s other BMI ‘Special Citation of Achievement’ awards are Reminiscing (5,000,000), Lady (4,000,000), Take It Easy On Me (1,000,000), The Other Guy (1,000,000)

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Herald Sun Newspaper “Very Shoddy Reminiscing”

Herald Sun Newspaper "Very Shoddy Reminiscing"

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“Everyday Of My Life” Isolated Bass – Featuring Roger McLachlan

 

Roger McLachlan: “My friend and colleague Beeb Birtles wrote and sang the fabulous LRB hit ‘Everyday of my Life’. Both in lockdown, Beeb in Nashville and me in Melbourne (Australia), we discuss the meaning behind the song and what really happened in 1976 when it was recorded. What a trip down memory lane with some interesting facts emerging…” 

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‘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

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