RESTLESS IN MANHATTAN '72
If you were part of the "Jesus Revolution" then this perfectly captures those street level days. Larry was virtually the only Christian artist with a secular record deal. He was ignoring the profitable pastures of the U.S. and playing in other countries for free with the money he made in America. He came to New York for a week and did three concerts. When he wasn't singing he was walking around Times Square witnessing to the prostitutes and the disenfranchised kids who were both restless and reckless. There is a sadness in his voice here which is still very compelling. An amazing CD which begins and ends with a prayer. My, how times have changed. This is a powerful concert and an unusual experience for those who have only witnessed Larry's performances during the late Seventies, and the Eighties and Nineties. Comes with an insightful 16 page booklet, photos.