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Underground Manouevers (2005)

Original CDR Release-Solid Rock SRD-869

Country: US CDR 2005

Front Side

Back Side


CDR Label


                CDR release

                Solid Rock SRD-869 (2005)


                Song listing

                Jon's Blues/Stop This Flight w/Young Lions

                Forget Your Hexagram

                Shake Your Rattle And Crawl

                You Shall Be Saved

                Slave Song Medley

                The Rock That Doesn't Roll w/The Young Lions

                That's What Love Is For

                                From "Illegal Observations"

                More Than A Dream

                Australian Haze/Crossroads

                The Outlaw - solo

                Letters To The Church w/Young Lions Wheeze

                The Road And The Sky

                Song For A Small Circle - solo

                Why Don't You Look Into Jesus w/The Young Lions

                In The Garden


                Messiah w/Young Lions


                Bonus Tracks

                Father Of All

                Love Medley

                                This medley contains, "If You'll Be My Woman" and "When I First Met You"

                Cup Of Water Sermon/Why Can't You Be Good?

                If God Is My Father

                We Three Together/The Wabbit And The Twain



                    This album captures Larry in both the studio and in concert. It also includes Jon Linn and many of his other good friends who played in his bands, including Randy Stonehill who is featured here. Over a ten year period Larry was able to bring Randy from a boy who wrote charming, random songs about glue and soapsuds, to an able-bodied songwriter with heavier fare on his mind. The recordings contained within are from different memorable moments during those ten years. Several of these songs are from the very last time Larry worked with Randy. This will probably be one of the most popular and joyful recordings we have ever released. It's good to laugh, and when Larry and Randy performed together for the the last time during the Brothers At Last tour, there was a lot of laughter to go around. So it's not exaggerating to say that this is a "must have" album for anyone who is a fan of either artist. (from http://www.larrynorman.com). 


All release information and notes by Jim Böthel except where otherwise noted.