04/06/2016

Little River Band "It's A Long Way There" (2004) -Soft Rock-


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Documentary

01 - It's A Long Way There (1975) (Graeham Goble)
02 - Kings Of The World (1978) (Graeham Goble)
03 - Sweet Old Fashioned Man (1976) (Glenn Shorrock)
04 - Days On The Road (1976) (Graeham Goble)
05 - Ramblin' Man (1975) (?)
06 - My Lady And Me (1975) (Graeham Goble)
07 - Fall From Paradise (1978) (Beeb Birtles & Graeham Goble)
08 - Take Me Home (1976) (Beeb Birtles)
09 - Another Runway (1976) (Beeb Birtles & Rick Formosa)
10 - It's A Long Way There (1975) (Graeham Goble)
11 - Hard Life (Prelude) (1981) (David Briggs)
12 - Hard Life (1981) (Graeham Goble)
13 - Statue Of Liberty (1978) (Glenn Shorrock)
14 - Reminiscing (1988) (Graeham Goble)
15 - Reminiscing (1978) (Graeham Goble)
16 - Man On Your Mind (1988) (Glenn Shorrock & Kerryn Tolhurst)
17 - Happy Anniversay (1978) (Beeb Birtles & David Briggs)
18 - Help Is On Its Way (1978) (Glenn Shorrock)
19 - Home On Monday (1988) (Glenn Shorrock & Beeb Birtles)
20 - Lady (1978) (Graeham Goble)
21 - Lady (1978) (Graeham Goble)
22 - Lonesome Loser (1979) (David Briggs)
23 - Cool Change (1988) (Glenn Shorrock)
24 - The Night Owls (1981) (Graeham Goble)
25 - Take It Easy On Me (1981) (Graeham Goble)
26 - Man On Your Mind (1982) (Glenn Shorrock & Kerryn Tolhurst)
27 - The Other Guy (1981) (Graeham Goble)
28 - Soul Searching (1988) (Glenn Shorrock & Peter Beckett)
29 - Curiosity Killed The Cat (1975) (Beeb Birtles)
30 - When Will I Be Loved (1975) (Phil Everly)

Sidney Opera House
1978 - Concert

01 - It's A Long Way There (Instrumental)
02 - Help Is On Its Way (Glenn Shorrock)
03 - Home On Monday (Glenn Shorrock & Beeb Birtles)
04 - Shut Down, Turn Off (Glenn Shorrock)
05 - Fall From Paradise (Beeb Birtles & Graeham Goble)
06 - Statue Of Liberty (Glenn Shorrock)
07 - Happy Anniversary (Beeb Birtles)
08 - Everyday Of My Life (Beeb Birtles)
09 - Take Me Home (Beeb Birtles)
10 - It's A Long Way There (Graeham Goble)



In this all new documentary, the story of Little River Band is told from the early days in Adelaide and London, through to their stunning international success. Featuring brand new interview footage with key founding members Beeb Birtles, Glenn Shorrock and Graeham Goble, along with famed bass player George McArdle, manager Glenn Wheatley and long time engineer Ern Rose. It includes never before seen footage from Glenn Shorrock’s personal 8mm home movie collection of LRB’s first US tour. Also included is a full concert, filmed in 1978 on the forecourt of the Sydney Opera House, capturing the band at the height of their powers, performing to over 100,000 people. In 2005, the DVD "It’s A Long Way There" was pressed and scheduled for release by EMI/Capitol, but threatened legal action by Stephen Housden, prevented its release. Housden (who claims ownership of the LRB trademark) warned EMI/Capitol, that they could not use the LRB trademark to promote this documentary.