In 2015 we'll be posting downloadable tracks each month by Larry Norman and other Solid Rock artists. If you haven't yet signed up to be notified, you can do it here.
Back to school! Summer's over! Here are two tracks to ease you through these shortening days. Here's a rare live bootleg version of "Why Should the Devil Have All the Good Music" from 1973.
Here's the track "Let That Tape Keep Rolling" to get you through your hot summer days. It's from the album Something New Under The Son, which is a good one!
And just for fun, here's a flashback track from 1967 - Larry and his band People! singing "Crying Shoes".
This month you're getting one of our favorites, Larry Norman's "Lonely By Myself". It's from the album So Long Ago The Garden, which is Part 2 of The Trilogy.
We're kicking off the summer with two dream songs. First up, Larry singing a Steve Scott song called "More Than a Dream" and then the band Q-Stone from Finland doing "Sweet Dreams" With Larry and Mikko Kuustonen on vocals. If you like this track then you'll love the whole album!
This month we have what are probably Larry's most well known songs; "Why Don't You Look Into Jesus" from the album Only Visiting This Planet, and "I Wish We'd All Been Ready" from the album Upon This Rock. Both albums are great, and Planet was recently chosen to be in The United States Library of Congress as an album of remarkable cultural significance. Quite an honor!
Step into the March madness! Download the undeniably cool track "Watch What You're Doing" from the album Something New Under The Son, and this touching live version of "Goodbye Farewell."
This month's tracks are "Soul Survivor" from Larry's 1973 album So Long Ago The Garden, and a live version of "My Feet Are On The Rock" from the 4-disc live album Rough Diamonds, Precious Jewels: The Belfast Bootlegs.
To kick off the new year we've got 2 tracks for you. First, "I've Searched All Around" from Larry Norman's landmark 1976 release In Another Land. If you like the track you should hear the whole album, which is fantastic. We have the CD on sale here, and a digital download here.
Next, we have Larry's version of a song made popular in 1965 by his friend Barry McGuire, "Eve of Destruction". Very few people have heard this 2004 version.
We hope you enjoy these free tracks, and we'll see you next month!