Record Label: Solid Rock Records Album length: 15 tracks Street Date: 2003. Why Don't You Look into Jesus. Be Not Imitators of the World. Next Monday, July 1 Blindside Gravedigger - Single (independent). Next Friday, July 5 No known releases. Unspoken Reason Adam Watts Reason To Grow EP. Starflyer 59 Young In My Head.
Live At Cornerstone is a live album by Larry Norman. It was recorded on July 7, 2001 at Cornerstone Festival and released in 2003 on Solid Rock Records. Why Should The Devil Have All The Good Music? My Feet Are On The Rock. Song For A Small Circle Of Friends. The Great American Novel. I Am The Six O'Clock News.
Q-Stone, eponymous debut album. Norman sang back-up harmonies, co-wrote several songs, and performed a duet ("Sweet Dreams") with lead singer Mikko Kuustonen. Caught in Time, 2000 album by Lisa Weyerhaeuser, producer, co-wrote and duet on "Closest Friend", background vocals on other songs. Hound of Heaven", on When Worlds Collide: A Tribute to Daniel Amos, 2000. Sang backup vocals and played harp on a song on Kevin Max's Stereotype B album, 2001. Edge of the World, Randy Stonehill, 2002, Guest Vocalist on "We Were All So Young". Solid Rock Sampler 1. Live at Cornerstone. The Very Best of Larry Norman Vol. 1. The Cottage Tapes - Book Two.
Studio album by Larry Norman. It was originally released as a two-LP album and included some live tracks. In 1998 it was released as one album together with the 1994 compilation Footprints in the Sand. The 2007 re-release of Home at Last contained only the studio recordings of the original issue.
This album came with a printed innersleeve and a 4-page insert. Other Versions (5 of 15) View All. Cat.I bought this album on a whim at goodwill a few weeks ago. Didn't expect to hear some dope-ass christian rock. Would highly recommend, much superior to the current sound christian rock is dominated by. Reply Notify me Helpful.
Larry Norman in Ohio, October 2001. Background information. As he described in 2006: "I walked up and down Hollywood Boulevard several times a day. witnessing to businessmen and hippies, and to whomever the Spirit led me.
Home at Last is an album of mostly new material by Larry Norman first issued in 1989. It was reissued in 1998 as one album together with the 1994 compilation Footprints in the Sand. The 2007 re-release of Home at Last. 1989 studio album by Larry Norman.
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|2||Why Don't You Look Into Jesus||3:56|
|3||I've Searched All Around||3:43|
|4||Be Not Imitators Of The World||3:06|
|6||Tool Of Satan||0:52|
|7||Why Should The Devil Have All The Good Music?||3:17|
|8||My Feet Are On The Rock||6:12|
|9||Song For A Small Circle||3:33|
|10||The Great American Novel||5:08|
|11||I Am The Six O'clock News||4:46|
|12||I Wish We'd All Been Ready||3:33|
|14||Rock The Flock||5:13|
|Obligatory Encore: Singalong|
|15||The Rock That Doesn't Roll||4:19|
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- Backing Vocals – Beki Hemingway, Lisa S. Weyerhaeuser*
- Drums – Django
- Guitar – Herbie Manuputy, Ken Tucker
- Liner Notes – Barry Alfonso
- Performer [Softcore], Backing Vocals – Kristin Blix
- Performer [Softcore], Bass, Backing Vocals – Silver*
- Performer [Softcore], Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals – Charles Norman
- Performer [The Wayside], Backing Vocals – Michelle Thompson
- Performer [The Wayside], Bass – Marc Ludena
- Performer [The Wayside], Drums – Chris Wicklas
- Performer [The Wayside], Guitar, Backing Vocals – John Thompson
- Performer [The Wayside], Lead Guitar – Brent King
- Photography By – Bob Gersztyn
- Saxophone – Dan Michaels