Little River Band


Artist: Little River Band
Label: Harvest
Year: 1975
Genre: Rock
URL: https://api.discogs.com/releases/10824755##Discogs
Composer: Birtles, Beeb; Shorrock, Glenn; Goble, Graham
Producer: Birtles, Beeb; Shorrock, Glenn; Wheatley, Glenn; Goble, Graham


Title Artist Length
It's A Long Way There Little River Band 8:40::Little River Band
Curiosity (Killed The Cat) Little River Band 3:40::Little River Band
Meanwhile ... Little River Band 3:53::Little River Band
My Lady And Me Little River Band 5:15::Little River Band
I'll Always Call Your Name Little River Band 4:48::Little River Band
Emma Little River Band 3:30::Little River Band
Man In Black, The Little River Band 5:06::Little River Band
Statue Of Liberty Little River Band 3:34::Little River Band
I Know It Little River Band 3:24::Little River Band


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Purchase Date: 24/05/2020
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Location: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_River_Band_(album)


Little River Band is the debut studio album by the Australian rock group Little River Band which was released by EMI in November 1975. It peaked at No. 12 on the Australian Kent Music Report Albums Chart. The band's first single, "Curiosity (Killed the Cat)", was released in September ahead of the album and peaked at No. 15 on the Kent Music Report Singles Chart. The following single, "Emma", appeared in January 1976 and peaked at No. 20. In May, the band released "Everyday of My Life" together with its album, After Hours. In September, the group left on their first international tour with support dates to Queen in London; then toured the rest of Europe. Next they toured the US as support to the Average White Band. The third single from Little River Band — a trimmed version of "It's a Long Way There" — was released in November and reached the Australian Top 40. To coincide with the tour, the album was released internationally and reached No. 80 in the United States on the Billboard 200 album chart in 1976. "It's a Long Way There" became the band's first US Top 40 hit. It also charted in Netherlands to reach No. 14.[2] The next single, "I'll Always Call Your Name", also charted in the US but had no chart success in Australia.[3][4]