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Known as "the father of Christian rock," singer and songwriter Larry Norman's project In Another Land was first released in 1975. It was then reissued by Solid Rock Records in 1993. Combining rock & roll music with Christian lyrics, Norman created controversy while at the same time birthing the contemporary Christian music genre. In Another Land contains some of his most well-known songs, including "The Rock That Doesn't Roll," "Righteous Rocker #3," "Why Don't You Look Into Jesus," and "I Am a Servant." The 1993 re-release also features four bonus tracks consisting of "Looking for Footprints" and "Strong Love, Strange Peace."


Born: 08 April 1947 in Corpus Christi, TX

Genre: Inspirational

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

The founding father of Jesus Rock, Larry Norman wed the rhythms of pop music with the spiritual and social outlook of Christianity to create a kind of flower-power gospel. While his efforts were instrumental in shaping the sound and themes of contemporary Christian rock, Norman never enjoyed the commercial success or acceptance afforded to his musical descendants, admitting his sensibilities were "too secular for the Christians and too Christian for the secularists." Born in Corpus Christi, TX on...
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