Little River Band - Time Exposure - Vinyl album on Capital Records 1981

Little River Band – Time Exposure – Vinyl album on Capital Records 1981




Product Description

Little River Band – Time Exposure – Vinyl Album

Brand new, never played and still sealed in the factory plastic seal
EMI / Capitol Records 1981

When Little River Band formed in 1975, Australia immediately took notice. The key band members were already well-known to Australians. Lead singer Glenn Shorrock had made his name in mid-’60s group the Twilights, a Beatles-sounding pop group who scored a national number one record with their version of the Velvelettes’ “Needle in a Haystack.” When that group broke up in 1969 Shorrock became lead singer of Axiom, whose “A Little Ray of Sunshine” is still an Australian classic rock staple. LRB’s Beeb Birtles had been the bass player for a popular Twilights-era pop group called Zoot (Rick Springfield was a latter member). When that group broke up, in search of musical credibility, Birtles auditioned as the bass player, but was instantly elevated to a front-line position alongside Graham Goble. Even LRB’s manager was well-known. Glenn Wheatley had been the bassist with another of Australia’s bands, and possibly its most legendary, the Masters Apprentices. Given all that background, when Shorrock and Birtles revealed they were forming a group with Goble, managed by Wheatley, it was major event in Australian music.

Track Listing
The Night Owls
Man on Your Mind
Take It Easy on Me
Love Will Survive
Full Circle
Just Say That You Love Me
Suicide Boulevard
Orbit Zero
Don’t Let the Needle Win
Guiding Light


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