November 11, 2015

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Little River Band - It´s A Long Way There / Meanwhile (1975) - single

Little River Band are a soft rock band originally formed in Melbourne, Australia, in March 1975. The band achieved commercial success, not only in Australia but also in the United States.
Little River Band recorded their first track, a cover version of the Everly Brothers' song, "When Will I Be Loved", at Armstrong Studios, but Linda Ronstadt's version appeared in March 1975 – so LRB did not release theirs. Before the group began playing concerts, Davidge was replaced by Ric Formosa on guitar, and Orams by Roger McLachlan on bass guitar and backing vocals. In May 1975 they signed with EMI Records and started recording their debut self-titled album, at Armstrong Studios in June. The album was co-produced by Birtles, Goble, Shorrock and Wheatley. Their debut single, "Curiosity (Killed the Cat)", had appeared in September, reaching No. 15 on the related Kent Music Report Singles Chart. Two more singles followed, "Emma" (January 1976) and "It's a Long Way There" (November 1976).

A - It´s A Long Way There  (4:16)
Written-By – Goble / Producer – Glenn Wheatley, The Little River Band
B - Meanwhile  (3:53)
Written-By – Shorrock /Producer – Glenn Wheatley, The Little River Band

Genre:  Country Rock
Label:  Harvest Records
Catalog#  5C 006-85007

(P) 1975
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