Larry Norman - Roll Away The Stone (And Listen To The Rock) album download
|A2||Why Don't You Look Into Jesus|
|A3||The Rock That Doesn't Roll|
|A4||I've Seached All Around The World|
|A5||Watch What You're Doing|
|B1||Soul On Fire|
|B3||Song For A Small Circle Of Friends|
|B4||Why Should The Devil Have All The Good Music|
|B5||Let That Tape Keep Rolling|
|B6||I Wish We'd All Been Ready|
- Bass Guitar – Dave Coy
- Drums – Alex McDougall
- Electric Guitar – Jon Linn
- Guitar – Mark Heard
- Piano – Tom Howard
- Vocals, Written-By – Larry Norman
NotesFrom Back Cover:
This album contains ten songs from a three hour concert. It is reproduced exactly as the audience heard it, with no studio overdubs, no stereo enhancement, noise gates, etc. It is raw, real, and electronically unretouched.
|WOF 9992C||Larry Norman||Roll Away The Stone (Cass, Album)||Phydeaux||WOF 9992C||US||1980|
|PDX-772||Larry Norman||Roll Away The Stone (And Listen To The Rock) (CDr, Album, RE)||Solid Rock Records||PDX-772||US||2003|
The Rock That Doesn't Roll. A4. I've Seached All Around The World. A5. Watch What You're Doing. This album contains ten songs from a three hour concert. It is reproduced exactly as the audience heard it, with no studio overdubs, no stereo enhancement, noise gates, etc. It is raw, real, and electronically unretouched. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
Alle Songtexte von Larry Norman in alphabetische Ordnung. Roll Away The Stone (And Listen To The Rock) (1980). Jonny's Blues Songtext. Why Don't You Look Into Jesus Songtext. The Rock That Doesn't Roll Songtext. Watch What You're Doing Songtext. Soul On Fire Songtext. Song For A Small Circle Of Friends Songtext. Why Should The Devil Have All The Good Music Songtext. Let That Tape Keep Rolling Songtext. I Wish We'd All Been Ready Songtext. Alle songtexte von Larry Norman
Roll Away the Stone" is a single released by English rock band Mott the Hoople, recorded before Mick Ralphs left the band. In this version Ralphs plays lead guitar and one of the Thunderthighs handles the bridge voice. It was re-recorded by the band for their 1974 album The Hoople, with Ariel Bender on lead guitar and English vocalist Lynsey de Paul singing the vocal bridge.
LARRY NORMAN Roll Away The Stone (And Listen To The Rock) PHYDEAUX 1980. More from this seller. Larry norman 'Upon this rock' . Catalogue number: KL010. This brilliant album by Larry Norman was released on the Key label back in 1972. This copy is in very good condition (both sleeve and vinyl playing surfaces have very minor wear only, as described above).
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Album featuring Shot Down. In Another Land (1976).
Instead, Roll Away The Stone was the beginning of the en. .Roll Away The Stone’s main riff bore a passing resemblance to The Beatles’ While My Guitar Gently Weeps. But, as Mott’s then-guitarist Mick Ralphs offers: Any similarity to anything else was purely accidental. The Golden Age Of Rock’n’Roll would dent the Top 20 in ’74, but Roll Away The Stone was effectively the band’s last major hit. Another factor in their decline, says Hunter, was the departure of Ralphs, who quit to form Bad Company in August 1973. Roll Away The Stone was one of his final contributions to the band. By that time I’d decided to do something with Paul Rodgers, Ralphs explains. Something more bluesy and basic.
Roll Away The Stone (Live album). Something New under the Son. 1981. Larry Norman And His Friends On Tour (Live album). Barking At The Ants (Various artists collection)
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