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Norman, Larry, In Another Land

To best understand Larry Norman, you should realize that the man is a dichotomy, in the grandest sense of the word. While other rock stars existed to follow the prepackaged template to a tee—even if that meant punishing another seemingly innocent hotel room—Norman existed on an entirely different plain. He was the church boy holding his own in the decadent world of rock music, an insubordinate jester with a rebellious streak that stretched out long before the birth of punk, and a performer whose raw energy, spiritual force, and playful wit made him the endearing rock icon he is today. 1975’s In Another Land is honest, raw and humble. With this album, (Part 3 of his famous trilogy), Norman showed he was a force to be reckoned with. Now, as his songs have been covered by everyone from DC Talk to Frank Black (Pixies), it is worth looking at the originals. The album contains some of his most well-known songs, including "The Rock That Doesn't Roll," "Righteous Rocker #3," "Six Sixty Six," and "I Am a Servant." "He set the standard and created the space for others to exist." - CNN News

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