Time Exposure (Little River Band album)
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|Studio album by The Little River Band|
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Time Exposure is the sixth studio album by the Little River Band.
It was the last LRB album until 1988 to feature Glen Shorrock on lead vocals. John Farnham took over as lead vocalist, staying with the band for the next three albums The Net, Playing to Win and No Reins, before Shorrock returned as lead singer. It was also the band's last to feature lead guitarist David Briggs, who left just prior to the album's release. He was replaced on tour by Stephen Housden. The album featured band members Beeb Birtles taking lead vocals on two tracks, "Ballerina" and "Guiding Light", and Wayne Nelson taking lead vocal on the hit "The Night Owls". Two other singles, "Take It Easy on Me" and "Man on Your Mind", were also hits for the band.
On 30 July 2010, the album became available for download (in digitally remastered form) at the iTunes Store.
- "The Night Owls" (Graham Goble) - 5:16
- "Man on Your Mind" (Glenn Shorrock, Kerryn Tolhurst) - 4:14
- "Take It Easy on Me" (Graham Goble) - 3:45
- "Ballerina" (Graham Goble, Beeb Birtles) - 4:02
- "Love Will Survive" (Garry Paige, David Briggs) - 4:38
- "Full Circle" (Graham Goble) - 1:54
- "Just Say That You Love Me" (Graham Goble) - 3:59
- "Suicide Boulevard" (Beeb Birtles, Frank Howson) - 3:23
- "Orbit Zero" (Glenn Shorrock, Terry Bradford) - 4:27
- "Don't Let the Needle Win" (David Briggs) - 3:57
- "Guiding Light" (Beeb Birtles) - 3:36
- Glenn Shorrock - lead vocals
- Beeb Birtles - acoustic guitar, electric guitar, vocals, lead vocals on "Ballerina" and "Guiding Light"
- Graeham Goble - acoustic guitar, electric guitar, vocals
- Wayne Nelson - bass guitar, vocals, lead vocals on "The Night Owls"
- Derek Pellicci – Sonor drums, percussion
- David Briggs - acoustic guitar, lead guitar
- Bill Cuomo – Prophet synthesiser, clavinet, Hammond organ
- Peter Jones – acoustic piano, electric piano, Hammond organ
- Producer: George Martin
- Recorded at Air Studios (Montserrat), West Indies
- Engineered by Geoff Emerick and Ernie Rose
- Tape Operator: Michael Stavrou
- Mastered at Capitol Records Studios, Hollywood, California by Wally Traugott