Larry Norman discography

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Larry Norman discography

Larry Norman (right) performing with Gene Mason (left)
Releases
Studio albums 47
Live albums 31
Compilation albums 32
EPs 2
Singles 3
Video albums 3

Recording since 1966, first as a lead singer for the group People! and then as a solo artist, Larry Norman is noted for his extensive career as well his attention to Christian subject matter. His music was released on both mainstream and independent labels, including his own Solid Rock Records. During his career his work appeared on over 100 albums, concert bootlegs, and compilations.

Selected discography[edit]

1960s[edit]

Album Year of release
I Love You (with People!) 1968
Both Sides of People! (with People!) 1969
Upon This Rock 1969

1970s[edit]

Album Year of release
Street Level 1970
Bootleg 1971
Only Visiting This Planet 1972
So Long Ago the Garden 1973
In Another Land 1976
Larry Norman 1977
Streams Of White Light Into Darkened Corners 1977

1980s[edit]

Album Year of release
The Israel Tapes (Live album with People!) 1980
Roll Away The Stone (Live album) 1980
Something New under the Son 1981
Larry Norman And His Friends On Tour (Live album) 1981
Barking At The Ants (Various artists collection) 1981
Letter Of The Law 1982
Labor Of Love 1982
The Story Of The Tune 1983
Come As A Child (live album) 1983
Quiet Night (with The Young Lions) 1984
bArchaeology (anthology) 1984
Stop This Flight 1985
Back To America (anthology) 1985
Down Under (But Not Out) 1986
Rehearsal For Reality 1986
White Blossoms From Black Roots (anthology) 1988
Home At Last 1989
Live At Flevo With Q. Stone (live album) 1989
The Best Of The 2nd Trilogy (anthology) 1989

1990s[edit]

  • The Best Of Larry Norman, 1990 collection
  • Rough Mix 3, 1990, album
  • Stranded in Babylon, 1991 album
  • Children Of Sorrow, 1994 live album
  • Totally Unplugged, 1994 live album
  • A Moment In Time, 1994, album
  • Footprints In The Sand, 1994 collection
  • Omega Europa, 1994 live album
  • I Love You Korea, a 1995 Korean CD re-issue of People!'s debut album on SiWan Records[1] Released by Solid Rock Records in 2007.[2]
  • Remixing This Planet, 1996 remix album
  • Gathered Moments (Somewhere In This Lifetime), 1998 collection & live album
  • Shouting In The Storm, 1998 live album
  • Breathe In, Breathe Out, 1998 live album
  • Copper Wires, 1998 album
  • Live At The Mac, 1998 live album
  • We Wish You A Larry Christmas, 1998 collection
  • Home Box, 1998 featuring Home at Last & Footprints In The Sand together
  • The Vineyard, 1999 live album
  • Rough Street Love Letter, 1999 collection
  • Father Touch, 1999 Phann Klubb release
  • The Cottage Tapes - Book One, 1999 collection (featuring Randy Stonehill)

2000s[edit]

  • In The Beginning, 2000 live album from Creation West 2000 festival
  • Blarney Stone, 2000 album
  • Sticks And Stones, 2000 album
  • Live On Tour, 2001 album (Micah Records)
  • Tourniquet, 2001 album
  • The Best Of Larry Norman, 2001 30 Year British Anniversary Tour celebration collection
  • The Belfast Bootlegs, 2001 live collection through the years
  • Agitator, 2002 "The Essential Series - CD2" collection
  • Collaborator, 2002 "The Essential Series - CD4" collection
  • Survivor, 2002 "The Essential Series - CD7" collection
  • Instigator, 2002 "The Essential Series - CD1" collection
  • Rock, Scissors et Papier, 2003 album
  • The Tune, 2003 maxi single
  • Larry Norman Presents Solid Rock Sampler 1, 2003 collection (includes other artists)
  • Live At Cornerstone 2001, 2003 live release
  • Restless In Manhattan, 2003, live album from the early '70s
  • Invitation Only, 2003 concert goer's release
  • American Roots, 2003 collection
  • The Very Best Of Larry Norman, 2003 collection
  • Road Rage, 2003 live album
  • Christmastime, 2003 Christmas album
  • The Six O'Clock News, 2004 single
  • Eve Of Destruction, 2004 single
  • Snowblind, 2004 live album from the 1980s
  • Infiltrator, 2004 "The Essential Series - CD6" collection
  • Liberator, 2004 "The Essential Series - CD3" collection
  • The Final Concert, 2004 live Final concert
  • Sessions, 2004 medical expenses special
  • Heartland Junction, 2004 collection
  • The Norman Invasion, 2004 live 2001 tour collection
  • The Cottage Tapes - Book Two, 2004 collection (featuring Randy Stonehill)
  • Emancipator, 2004 "The Essential Series - CD5" collection
  • On The Prowl, 2004 live album from 1986
  • 70 Miles From Lebanon, 2004 live album from 2003's "final" show
  • 70 Miles From Lebanon, 2004 live DVD from 2003's "final" show
  • Maximum Garden - The Anthology Series, 2004 alternate takes collection
  • Maximum Planet - The Anthology Series, 2004 alternate takes collection
  • The Very Best Of Larry Norman - Vol 2, 2005 collection
  • Hattem, 2005 live album
  • Face To Face, 2005 live DVD
  • Ten Times Two - Tour Of The Americas, 2005 album
  • Snapshots From The '77 World Tour, 2005 album
  • Siege At Elsinore, 2005 album (not to confused with the June concert in Salem)
  • Frisbee, 2005 unsanctioned soundtrack album. Pulled upon release and retitled/repackaged as Slinky
  • 4 Track Motorola '66 Corolla, 2005 alternate takes and outtakes album
  • Live at the Elsinore, 2005 live album from June concert in Salem's Elsinore Theatre
  • The Norman Conquest, 2005 album, compilation from the British 2001 "Tourniquet" tour, a sequel to The Norman Invasion
  • Underground Manouevers, 2005 22-track compilation of assorted live recordings and studio rarities
  • The Road That Leads To Home, 2006 maxi single
  • Monsters, 2006 album
  • Wounded Lion, 2006 album
  • How Then Shall We Live?, 2006 album
  • Dust On Rust, 2006 album
  • Safecracking, 2006 album
  • Ten Times Two - Tour Of The Americas, 2006 album covering ten years of touring and recording in the 1970s with Randy Stonehill
  • Maximum Son - The Anthology Series, 2006 alternate takes collection
  • Best of People Vol. 1 - 40 Year Anniversary, 2006 album with People!
  • Best of People Vol. 2 - 40 Year Anniversary, 2006 album with People!
  • People! The Reunion Concert 2006, a 2007 live album of the 40th anniversary 2006 concert with People!
  • Pot O' Gold, 2007 album
  • Face to Face, 2007 album
  • You Are Not My People, a 2007 album featuring songs from the two 'Live At Flevo' albums recorded in 1989 and 1990,
  • Motorola Corolla 2, a 2007 album featuring songs from Birthday from Shakespeare rock musical
  • Lost Unto This World, a 2007 maxi-single, produced by Charles Norman
  • Conscription 2007, a 2007 Solid Rock Army release
  • You Are Not My People, a 2007 compilation of the Best of Flevo live
  • Rebel Poet, Jukebox Balladeer: The Anthology, 2008 official Larry Norman anthology
  • The Colossus of Roads, 2008 release
  • FINALé - 2008 live DVD from 2007's final concert in New York city
  • Larry Norman : Sixty - The Trilogy Concert, a 2009 album of his 20 April 2007 60th birthday performance of his three Trilogy albums
  • Live at the Cavern Club, a 2009 2 disc album, live recording of a 9 August 2001 concert at the Cavern Club, Liverpool
  • Rough Mix Audio Pack, 2009 Solid Rock Army CD
  • Covert Field Report, 2009 Solid Rock Army CD
  • Tactical Maneuvers, 2009 Solid Rock Army CD, which includes "My Little Bun Board" written when Norman was 15

2010s[edit]

  • Solid Rock Army 2010 Disc 001, 2010 Solid Rock Army CD, which includes a cover of Woody Guthrie's "This Land is Your Land", including the rare private property verse
  • Solid Rock Army 2010 Disc 002, 2010 Solid Rock Army CD, which includes Norman's performance at the White House.
  • Maximum Land - The Anthology Series, 2011
  • Digital Dutch Masters, 2011
  • Shake Rattle and Crawl Larry Norman Songs For Kids, 2011
  • Rough Mix 2, 2011 - 2 CD SET
  • The Girl With the Golden Hair, 2011
  • Magnetic Real: The Living Room Tapes - Vol. 1, 2011. 4 previously unreleased songs plus "Moses" recorded in 1963
  • Magnetic Real: The Living Room Tapes - Vol. 2, 2012. 4 previously unreleased songs plus an early version of "Country Church" recorded in 1963
  • Magnetic Real: The Living Room Tapes - Vol. 3, 2013. 4 previously unreleased songs plus "Lonely Boy" recorded in 1963
  • Magnetic Real: The Living Room Tapes - Vol. 4, 2013. 4 previously unreleased songs plus an early version of "Oh Lydia" recorded in 1963
  • Shepherd of Green Pastures, 2013. 3 previously unreleased songs: "You Gotta Move" (written by Mississippi Fred McDowell & Rev. Gary Davis) (recorded 1999); "The Staff that I Lean on" (written by Kristy Norman) (recorded in 1969 for the unreleased Orphans From Eden album); "Six Feet of Chain" (written by Lee Hazlewood) (recorded 2007); and a 1980 interview.

The Larry Norman Bootleg Collection[edit]

From May 2011 Solid Rock released official Larry Norman Bootleg Collection albums as free downloads for members of the Solid Rock Army.[3]

2011[edit]

  • 001 Royal Albert Hall, London, 1973 (recorded January 6, 1973)
  • 002 Kansas City, Missouri, 1978
  • 003 Wellington, New Zealand, 1977
  • 004 Oslo, Norway, 1977
  • 005 Swansea, Wales, 1975
  • 006 Wichita, Kansas, 1976 (recorded May 30, 1976)
  • 007 The Wirral, England, 1991 (recorded January 5, 1991)

2012[edit]

  • 008 Kamperland, 1980
  • 009 BBC TELEVISION - CLIFF RICHARD'S ROCK GOSPEL SHOW, 1984 - hosted by Sheila Walsh, featuring duets with Cliff Richard and the London Community Gospel Choir. Broadcast Easter Sunday, April 7, 1985.[4]
  • 010 Tomfest, Skamania, Washington, 1997
  • 011 Memphis, Tennessee, 2001 "Beyond Graceland's Gates")
  • 012 Skien, Norway, 1998
  • 013 Rotterdam, Holland, 1982? 1983? 1984?
  • 014 Vlaardingen, Holland 1985
  • 015 Portland Coliseum 1992
  • 016 Wiley Hall, Minnesota 1981

Selected contributions[edit]

  • Born Twice, Randy Stonehill, 1971 debut album, including singing Norman compositions, vocals, produced by Norman
  • Welcome To Paradise, Randy Stonehill, 1977, Vocals, Produced and Arranged by Larry Norman.
  • Lead Me Home, Dave Mattson, 1978, Vocals.
  • The Sky Is Falling, Randy Stonehill, 1979, Vocals, Produced and Arranged by Larry Norman.
  • Appalachian Melody, Mark Heard, 1979, Vocals, Produced and Arranged by Larry Norman.
  • I Remember, Little Bobby Emmons and the Crosstones, 1979, producer and co-wrote two songs.[5][6][7]
  • Stop the Dominoes, Mark Heard, 1981, Vocals.
  • Victims of the Age, Mark Heard, 1982, Vocals.
  • Songs From The Earth, Lyrix, 1982, producer
  • 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
  • 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".
  • Decade, a 2006 compilation of Randy Stonehill's compositions arranged and produced by Larry Norman, including unreleased bonus tracks
  • Early Morning Hours, Sarah Brendel, 2008, Guest Vocalist.
  • "Ya Gotta Be Saved", The Crosstones, 2010, duet with Bobby Emmons.[8]
  • Thriftstore Masterpiece Presents Lee Hazelwood's Trouble Is A Lonesome Town, Thrisftstore Masterpiece, 2013, Vocals on "Ugly Brown" and "Trouble is a Lonesome Town".[9]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "More ILY Images". Meetjesushere.com. Retrieved 2012-03-03. 
  2. ^ "I Love You Korea". Meetjesushere.com. Retrieved 2012-03-03. 
  3. ^ "This area is password protected [401]". Thesolidrockarmy.com. Retrieved 2012-03-03. 
  4. ^ Cliff Richard with Bill Latham, Jesus, Me and You (Hodder and Stoughton, 1985). cf. Larry in the UK, which indicates April 14, 1985.
  5. ^ "History". The Crosstones. Retrieved 9 April 2013. 
  6. ^ "Recording History". The Crosstones. Retrieved 9 April 2013. 
  7. ^ Pope, Tom. "My very first studio experience". Larry Norman Message Board. Retrieved 9 April 2013. 
  8. ^ "Latest News". The Crosstones. Retrieved 9 April 2013. 
  9. ^ Emily Zemler, "Recreating Lee Hazlewood's 'Trouble Is A Lonesome Town': The Story Behind the Tribute", The Hollywood Reporter (July 10, 2013).

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