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Time Exposure [Import]

Little River Band Audio CD

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1. The Night Owls
2. Man On Your Mind
3. Take It Easy On Me
4. Ballerina
5. Love Will Survive
6. Full Circle
7. Just Say That You Love Me
8. Suicide Boulevard
9. Orbit Zero
10. Don't Let The Needle Win
11. Guiding Light
12. The Other Guy

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Eccellent album by Little River Band June 16 2001
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
"Time Exposure" was recorded with Beatles producer George Martin and was the last album recorded with lead singer Glenn Shorrock until he rejoined 4 albums later.It has the classic LRB harmonies with main harmony man Beeb Birtles featuring on lead vocals on two tracks("Ballerina" and the religious track "Guiding Light") and has good songs throughout."Full Circle" tells of the turmoil the band was going through at the time as Glenn was about to be sacked from the band.Three of it's tracks charted in the Billboard top ten and the album went gold.A good addition for LRB fans,the album rocks more than previous LRB albums.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Music From a Fantastic Group Nov. 4 2002
By Courtney D. Evans - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I grew up listening to Little River Band. My mother was an avid fan. And I completely love this album! There are very few albums that I enjoy every single song on it, but this is one of them. If you get the chance to purchase this item, go for it. You will not be disappointed in the least. I wish I had this item on CD, but I don't. I've actually still got the vinyl record of it.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Their last good album. Nov. 29 2011
By ScottE - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
"Time Exposure" #21 (1981).
Bassist, vocalist Wayne Nelson joins the band, this is a solid LRB album, their last really good album. Harder than most of their efforts. You get the hits, "The Night Owls" #6 hot 100 and #9 MSR, great guitar on this song, "Man On Your Mind" #14, "Take It Easy On Me", #10, and "The Other Guy", #11. You also get deep album cuts in, "Suicide Boulevard", Don't Let The Needle Win" and "Guiding Light". A keeper.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars ANOTHER GEM FROM LRB Sept. 8 2011
By Michael Butts - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Let's just jump to the point here: in any of its formations, the Little River Band is an awesome band. TIME EXPOSURE is certainly a prime example of their excellence. Glenn Sherrock, Beeb Birtles, Graham Goble, Wayne Nelson, David Briggs, Derek Pellucci, Bill Coumo and Peter James combine their estimable talents on the album's original 11 tracks and John Farnham appears on the bonus track, THE OTHER GUY.
We know the quality of the album's three major hits: THE NIGHT OWLS, TAKE IT EASY ON ME and MAN ON YOUR MIND. But the remaining tracks are equally impressive. GUIDING LIGHT is a stunning ballad beautifully sung by Birtles, as is his marvelous BALLERINA. The brief but beautifully harmonic FULL CIRCLE. They approach the world of addiction with DON'T LET THE NEEDLE WIN, go ethereal with ORBIT ZERO and rock out with JUST SAY YOU LOVE ME, LOVE WILL SURVIVE, and go deep on SUICIDE BOULEVARD.
LRB is my favorite group, and TIME EXPOSURE is a must have in their prolific catalogue.
3.0 out of 5 stars Not Bad But Not Great For Long-Distance Driving Nov. 22 2013
By Fred Rayworth - Published on Amazon.com
My wife and I have covered The Night Owls for decades in our various bands, thanks to MTV, yet we never picked up the album (actually cassette) until the mid-nineties. Recently, I burned it to CD and have been able to revisit the music with fresh ears.

The album slammed me with two of their biggest hits right off, The Night Owls and Man On Your Mind. What follows are a collection of soft-rock tunes that are not bad, but frankly kind of gave me problems keeping awake while driving to work. This band is very mellow and outside of the first two songs, their style is just way too laid back for my usual heavy tastes.

They band is definitely masters of their craft and have a knack of pulling off some great stuff, but it mostly doesn’t rock my boat. I won’t call it elevator music, but it’s not heavy. Not bad either, just doesn’t get me real excited.

Great stuff if you want to sit back and mellow out.

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