|1||Six O'Clock News||6:06|
|2||I've Got To Learn To Live Without You||3:36|
|3||Without Love You Are Nothing||3:33|
|4||Why Don't You Look Into Jesus||4:03|
|5||Why Should The Devil Have All The Good Music||2:40|
|7||Great American Novel||4:31|
|10||I Wish We'd All Been Ready||5:21|
|V6-5092||Larry Norman||Only Visiting This Planet (LP, Album)||Verve Records||V6-5092||US||1972|
|SRDX-002, SRD-005||Larry Norman||Only Visiting This Planet (CD, Album, Dig)||Solid Rock Records, Solid Rock Records||SRDX-002, SRD-005||US||2018|
|2304 145||Larry Norman||Only Visiting This Planet (LP, Album)||Verve Records||2304 145||Australia||1973|
|V6-5092||Larry Norman||Only Visiting This Planet (LP, Album, Gat)||Verve Records||V6-5092||US||1972|
|ROCK-888-5||Larry Norman||Only Visiting This Planet (Cass, Album, RE)||Phydeaux Records||ROCK-888-5||Unknown|
Gatefold sleeve, subtitled: "The Trilogy, part 1" with Gospel Media logo and distribution credit on back
"Special White Label Pre-Release" printed on label.
Includes a non-glossy photo sleeve
A Side run off space has etching that reads: "DOES MAN LIVE OR JUST SURVIVE? ALBUM FIVE"
The first pressing of the pre-release included an 11" x 13.5" folded newsprint gatefold insert which lists "Preqsue Vu" as an unreleased track from In Another Land and "Butterfly" as an unreleased track from So Long Ago The Garden
The subsequent pressing has a revised 11" x 11" thick paper gatefold insert which lists "You'll Never Find No One (Who Loves You Like I Do" as an unreleased track from In Another Land and "I Hope I'll See You In Heaven" as an unreleased track from So Long Ago The Garden.
"Oh, How I Love You" is not on this LP.
Only Visiting This Planet is a Christian rock album recorded by Larry Norman in 1972. The album was selected as the second-best album in CCM Magazine's The 100 Greatest Albums in Christian Music. In April 2014 the album was announced as one of 25 sound recordings inducted for 2013 into the Library of Congress National Recording Registry, that preserves as cultural, artistic andor historical treasures, representing the richness and diversity of the American soundscape, making it the first Christian. Only Visiting This Planet. Larry Norman. Larry Norman - I Wish We'd All Been Ready Larry Norman recorded Only Visiting This Planet in 1972 for MGM at George Martin's studio in London, there wasnt place in the music industry for Jesus Rock. MGM had no idea what to do with it. This meld of rootsy pop, gospel, and rock & roll songs about Christ had less than nothing to do with hymns, and was rejected by the Christian church at large at the time. In the 21st century, Norman is regarded as the father of CCM and that 450 million dollar a year industry, and this album is regarded by CCM Magazine as the greatest Christian rock record of all time. Released 1972. Only Visiting This Planet Tracklist. I've Got To Learn To Live Without You Lyrics. About Only Visiting This Planet. Album 1 of the trilogy recorded at Air Studios in London owned by George Martin famous Beatles producer. In 2014 this album was recognised by the US Library of Congress as a national treasure. Congressman James H. Billington said the powers that be in America have recognized Larrys contribution to the culture of the entire country. Songs in album Larry Norman - Only Visiting This Planet 1972. Larry Norman - Why Don't You Look Into Jesus. Larry Norman - The Outlaw. Larry Norman - I've Got To Learn To Live Without You. Larry Norman - 04 Righteous Rocker. Larry Norman - Without Love You Are Nothing. Larry Norman - I Wish We'd All Been Ready. Larry Norman - I Am The Six O'clock News. Larry Norman - The Great American Novel. Album 1972 Utworów: 12. Wypróbuj bez opłat. Muzyka religijna 1972. I've Got to Learn to Live Without You. Listen free to Larry Norman Only Visiting This Planet I've Got to Learn to Live Without You, The Outlaw and more. 12 tracks 48:33. Only Visiting This Planet Remastered Bonus Track Version, 1972. Authorization is only required to store your personal settings. I have read and agree with the Terms & Privacy. Login with. Only Visiting This Planet LP, Album, Gat. Verve Records, Verve Records. V6-5092, V6 5092. ROCK-888-S. Only Visiting This Planet LP, Album, Promo, RE. Street Level Records 5. Only Visiting This Planet 1972. Album by Larry Norman. Why Should the Devil Have All the Good Music. was covered in. Why Should the Devil Have All the Good Music by Geoff Moore 1986. Ick Lass Mir Doch Vom Teufel Nich. by Nina Hagen 2011. Why Should the Devil Have All the Good Music by Cliff Richard 1978. see 1 more connection