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- Backing Vocals – Howard Kaylan, Mark Volman
- Bass – Steve Currie
- Drums – Bill Legend
- Engineer – Dominique Freddy Hansson
- Lacquer Cut By – Bobil
- Percussion, Congas, Vocals – Micky Finn
- Photography By – Ringo Starr
- Producer, Arranged By [Strings] – Tony Visconti
- Vocals, Guitar, Composed By, Written-By – Marc Bolan
First pressing released with lyrics printed in black text on a red coloured liner.
Track durations not listed on release.
- Matrix / Runout (A side runout stamped exc "Bobil Δ Solid Gold is Gold MARK ILPA" etched): BLN 5001 A - 2U Bobil Δ Solid Gold is Gold MARK ILPA - 1U
- Matrix / Runout (B side runout stamped exc "THE MAD MONK Δ MARK ILPB" etched): BLN 5001 B - 2U THE MAD MONK Δ MARK ILPB - 1U
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Wizard Artists Ltd.
- Published By – Wizard Artists Ltd.
- Published By – Warrior Music Projects Ltd.
- Recorded At – Studio Hérouville
- Recorded At – Rosenberg Studio
- Record Company – The Gramophone Co. Ltd.
- Pressed By – The Gramophone Co. Ltd.
- Record Company – EMI
The Slider is the third studio album by English rock band T. Rex, their seventh if including the group's earlier incarnation as Tyrannosaurus Rex, released on 21 July 1972 by record labels EMI and Reprise. Two singles, Telegram Sam and Metal Guru, were released to promote the album. The Slider received acclaim from critics, and reached number 4 in the UK charts and number 17 in the US. Текст песни: I could never understand the wind at all Was like a ball of love I could never, never see the cosmic sea Was like a bumblebee. LatinAutor, LatinAutor - PeerMusic и другие авторские общества 6. Mystic Lady. Children of the Revolution - An Introduction to Marc Bolan. Marc Bolan. Listen free to T. Rex The Slider Metal Guru, Mystic Lady and more. 13 tracks 44:28. Originally released in 1972, Slider is a classic Marc Bolan-T Rex album. Also, it was the band's best selling USA album in its run from 1968-1974. Not surprisingly, leveraging the funk and chunk of its Get It On and Jeepster hits in 1971. While it was considered an innovator in the glam rock genre, that had more to do with the band's stage presence e. Bolan's feminine flowing cape and see-through glitter tops. But, like the man said in Telegram. Rex - The Slider 1972. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. number one singles in. Lyrically, Bolan's flair for the sublimely ridiculous is fully intact, but he has way too much style for The Slider to sound truly stupid, especially given the playful, knowing wink in his delivery. It's nearly impossible not to get caught up in the irresistible rush of melodies and cheery good times. Even if it treads largely the same ground as Electric Warrior, The Slider is flawlessly executed, and every bit the classic that its predecessor is. Track Listing. Type Album. Дата релиза Июль 1972. Лейблы Reprise Records Polygram EMI Records. Музыкальный стильGlam Rock. Владельцы этого альбома19. Disc 1. Rock On. The Slider. Baby Boomerang. Spaceball Ricochet. Buick Mackane. Telegram Sam. Rabbit Fighter. Baby Strange. Each Sunday, Pitchfork takes an in-depth look at a significant album from the past, and any record not in our archives is eligible. Today, we revisit the peak of Marc Bolans career, the extravagant and near-perfect The Slider. In 1969, Marc Bolan published a folio of poetry titled The Warlock of Love. By that point, the man born Mark Feld had already been the guitarist of mod-rock band Johns Children for all of four months before turning his attention to folk-rock duo Tyrannosaurus Rex. The Slider bookends the previous album, Electric Warrior nicely while managing not to be part two thats interchangeable. It has its own vibe and even though elements are there that were present in EW, somehow its in its own universe and maybe a bit more confessional in Marcs songwriting some of it heartbreaking. I'm new to the T Rex Bandwagon. Been a musician for over 35 years and I knew very little about Marc Bolan and T Rex. Can't believe that
Performer: T. Rex
Title: The Slider
Release date: 21 Jul 1972
Label: T. REX
Catalog: BLN 5001, 1E 062-93596
Size MP3: 1584 mb
Size FLAC: 1052 mb
Rating: 4.8 / 5
Record source: Vinyl, LP, Album