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The Colossus Of Roads
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In Another Land is studio album recorded by Larry Norman and released in 1976. It is the third album in Norman's "trilogy", which began with Only Visiting This Planet and continued with So Long Ago the Garden. The album contains some of Norman's most well-known work.

Larry Norman, the "father of Christian Rock", has released in excess of 100 albums, and written more than 500 songs since 1965, including being recorded by over 300 other artists, including Cliff Richard, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Pat Boone, Petula Clark, The Oakridge Boys, Randy Stonehill, and dcTalk. The following is a sortable table of all songs by recorded by Larry Norman from 1966 to present: The column Written lists the date of composition of the song. The column Song Title lists the usual song title.

The Colossus of Roads. 001 Royal Albert Hall, London, 1973 (recorded January 6, 1973). Wondergroove - Hi-Fi Demonstration Disc, 1994 Albino Brothers album (Charly Norman and "Merchants of Venice" band), with two bonus tracks with Larry Norman singing: Down To The Water, and I Want It All. 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.

From the album Quiet Night. This is Larry Norman covering a Tom Howard song. Larry assisted with the song Beechwood Park in some way - "So I worked on his recording of "Beechwood Park" and a couple of others until he quit the band and we started a new People! in 1974". Tom Howard - One More Reason, All Through The Day. Solid Rock SRS-203 7" single, 1977.

Bootleg (Larry Norman album). Among the speeches included is "Let the Lions Come", which Norman addressed to Russia for Christ Ministries, which was founded by. David V. Benson in 1958. It was deliberately recorded to sound like an unauthorized bootleg recording to ensure reception by street people.

Larry Norman’s son Mike, Bono, and Larry. Librarian of Congress James H. Billington said of the significance of the registry These recordings represent an important part of America’s culture and history.

Larry Norman, Solid Rock's official key-punching dock.


1 All Fall Down - Studio Demo
2 You Gotta Have Jesus - Studio Demo
3 A Note From Mr. God - Live With Band
4 I Hope I'll See You In Heaven - Live With Band
5 Man Of Constant Sorrow - Studio Demo
6 Practicing Harmony
7 Rehearsing
8 Uptown To Burbank
9 Why Can't You Be Good - Live With Band
10 The One Way Sign And P T L
11 It's Only Today That Counts - Live With Band
12 Reader's Digest - Live
13 Sonshine
14 The Outlaw - Live Acappella


  • Live With – Steve (Camp) Stonebrook (tracks: 13)
  • Studio Improvisation – Randy Stonehill (tracks: 8)
  • With – Randy Stonehill (tracks: 6), Randy Stonehill (tracks: 7)