I struck me after a while that Larry Norman was the most organized and cool character in the whole music WOrld. Using numerology and poetry in ways that now one else came close to.
I'd say the set list is from 1989.... Here's the bootleg tracklist. (The order differs, but pretty much the same songs).
Soundcheck / Jonny's Blues / Cornerstone Blues / Whatever you want to call it!
Stop This Flight
He Really Loves You
My Feet Are On The Rock
A Woman Of God
Talk - witnessing / Why Should The Devil Have All The Good Music
Why Don't You Look Into Jesus
Letters To The Church
Soul On Fire
Somewhere Out There
Living In The 20th Century
I Wish We'd All Been Ready (Encore)
The 1985 setlist had similarities, but didn't include any of the Home At Last songs.
Yes, WHO KILLED DUNCAN, I think you are right. The video is from 1985 but the set list is different than the one we played that year.
Charles - the birds nest 80's hair was great ;-)
I was at that event almost in the spot the video/film was shot.
i remember standing in the food line behind a guy with long blonde hair and leather jacket thinking man this guy looks alot like Larry Norman.
Well it was...
wish i had of thanked him for the music pointing me to God but was a wee bit in awe of him.
Larry, if you are listening, thank you.
The immortal Jon Linn on guitar!
Looks like the initial song may have been the theme song from the Batman TV show?
Charles Norman occasionally opens a sealed box in the archives and posts photos of the junk inside.