1. Lonesome Loser
2. Help Is On Its Way
4. Take It Easy On Me
5. Face In The Crowd
7. The Night Owls
9. We Two
10. The Other Guy
11. Man On Your Mind
12. I'll Always Call Your Name
13. Down On The Border
14. Happy Anniversary
15. Playing To Win
16. It's Not A Wonder
17. You're Driving Me Out Of My Mind
18. It's A Long Way There
- Little River Band: Beeb Birtles, Graham Goble (vocals, guitar); Wayne Nelson (vocals, bass); Glenn Shorrock, John Farnham (vocals); Rick Formosa (guitar, strings); David Briggs, Stephen Housden (guitar); Bill Harrower (saxophone, trumpet); Peter Jones (piano, synthesizer, strings); Peter Sullivan, David Herschfelder (piano); Bill Cuomo (synthesizer); Roger McLachian, George McArdle, Clive Harrison, Mike Clarke (bass); Derek Pellicci (drums).
- Producers include: Little River Band, Glenn Wheatley, George Martin, Ernie Rose.
- Compilation producer: Cheryl Pawelski.
- Recorded between 1975 & 1982. Includes liner notes by Simon Glickman.
- Digitally remastered using 24-bit technology by Evren Goknar (Capitol Mastering).
- Liner Note Author: Simon Glickman.
- Photographer: Jeffrey Mayer.
- With 11 hit songs breaking the Top 40, Australia's Little River Band was one of the most successful groups to emerge from down under. With the perfect sound via Glenn Shorrock's relaxed voice alongside the smooth flow of the guitar and keyboard work, LRB's polished style was draped all over radio throughout the late '70s and early '80s. This compilation from their most lucrative years contains all their chart hits, plus the sneaky-sounding "Down on the Border." Blending rock elegance with catchy, full-flavored harmonies, each of the songs on this album contains an element of gracious musical craft, whether it's a romantic ballad like "Lady" or an up-tempo rock song like "The Night Owls." The quirky verses of "Lonesome Loser" come out colorful and sleek, and the horns in "Reminiscing" emphasize the swagger and swoop of its debonair sound. Shorrock's voice can be fully appreciated on the beautiful "Cool Change," one of music's prettiest slow songs. As a compilation, this album truly is a "greatest hits." ~ Mike DeGagne