- Continued tidying up album and song pages, details, lyrics and whatever could be improved with respect to the following: SNUTS and Down Under special edition cassette, OVTP Focus LPs, Home At Last, The Best Of Larry Norman, Bootleg, Live At Flevo and Barking At The Oops.
- Created a "Kollector Kode" system. Read about it here.
- Updated the About page to introduce the kodes.
- Added test pressing and German release images / entry to the I Love You album page. Also replaced several of the disc label images with better ones, and added the LA pressing.
- Assigned kollector kodes to the listed I Love You releases. Likewise Both Sides Of People. Also added information on matrix markings.
- Updated Upon This Rock to list test pressings, kollector kodes, matrix detail and so on. Also added three cassette variants.
- Added a Canadian Righteous Rocker single. Even the two biggest and most knowledgeable Larry collectors I know of had no idea this existed. That is to say, it's rare.
- Added a third tan Starline I Love You single.
- Added some new images to the Agitator page.
- Added a So Long Ago The Garden LP variant to its album page. Also added a new Bootleg variant.
- Added further variants to the Tourniquet page.
- Updated the Wants (trades) and Covers pages.
- Added a second variant of the Swedish In Another Land, and assigned Kollector Kodes to the South African, German and Swedish releases.
- Added new song pages: He’s Got The Whole World,
- Added Q-Stone's debut album to the Other Releases page. Likewise Solveig Leithaug's In The World and Lisa Weyerhaeuser's Caught In Time And Space. Created song pages where Larry has co-writing credit (and/or sings duet) on Q-Stone and In The World: Spring Song, Cinderella, High Winds, And I Wait, Give Me Something Else and You Did It For Me.
What's new? Well, I'll tell ya. I received a few surprises in the last month. For example, did you ever notice that the 2LP version of Home At Last sounds noticeably better than all the others, including the CDs? Or that Royal Music's The Best Of Larry Norman cassette is somehow far superior sound wise to every other format? Hot mixes!
I'm a Larry Norman fan. What else do you need to know?