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https://plus.google.com/102237639474445322504 Amelia Monika Swan : Marc Bolan, “Teenage Dream” 🌟 🌈✨ Photo by Masayoshi Sukita 📷👍💎
Marc Bolan, “Teenage Dream” 🌟 🌈✨
Photo by Masayoshi Sukita 📷👍💎
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https://plus.google.com/108295828617160395632 blaise ardouin : I was not quite sure Jacques Higelin was of any interest to english reading people. So I introduced ...
I was not quite sure Jacques Higelin was of any interest to english reading people. So I introduced in this Mon Histoire du Rock text, in the english version, mentions about Charlie Watts, Marc Bolan, Elton John, Iggy Pop and David Bowie, all of them having met our man while staying at Herouville, french manoir recording studio of the 70's.
Jacques Higelin....... Champagne!!!!
Lire en Français Read in English J...
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https://plus.google.com/111666507542340027175 London Walks : Friday is Rock'n'Roll London - Marc Bolan King of Stamford Hill
Friday is Rock'n'Roll London - Marc Bolan King of Stamford Hill
Friday is Rock'n'Roll #London Day: The King of #StamfordHill #MarcBolan @Paytress
Friday is Rock'n'Roll London Day! The Rock'n'Roll London Walk meets at Tottenham Court Road Station every Friday at 2pm. Adam writes… Two London music icons for the price of one this week via New York guitarist and ...
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https://plus.google.com/114807656272173838365 Virginia M Virginia : Marc Bolan before T Rex. Circa 1969
Marc Bolan before T Rex. Circa 1969
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https://plus.google.com/107234355878009149014 Adam Rickards : Great quote from Syd Barrett.
Great quote from Syd Barrett.
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https://plus.google.com/107234355878009149014 Adam Rickards : Original inside cover artwork for The Madcap Laughs.
Original inside cover artwork for The Madcap Laughs.
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https://plus.google.com/110475551574104080572 Dave Pipe : 1972 - David Bowie began his first U.S. tour with the Spiders from Mars at the Music Hall, Cleveland...
1972 - David Bowie began his first U.S. tour with the Spiders from Mars at the Music Hall, Cleveland, Ohio.
The Ziggy Stardust Tour covered songs from his eponymous debut album, to his "Pin Ups" album.
So I've picked one that was allegedly about Marc Bolan!
#dapimusic #mymusichangout #Britishrock #glamrock #artrock #DavidBowie #Cleveland #Ohio #onthisday #onthisdate  
Watch the video: David Bowie. Lady Stardust (1972)
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Divine Symmetry. BBC Acoustic session
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https://plus.google.com/116774073361297294548 Julie Bowie : I was fortunate enough to know Marc Bolan in the different times he came to La through a mutual friend...
I was fortunate enough to know Marc Bolan in the different times he came to La through a mutual friend and she knew him quite the first time I met him and the group we were all together having drinks at the whiskey and the first time I was introduced he was quite beautiful super intelligent very intense like he can see right through your soul and I remember I felt so small because of his intellect so so out-of-this-world he was quite a guy has his eyes were so bright he was just just a Divine person to know and too bad his life was cut so short but I will always treasure the times that we did have drinking and laughing and just the outrageous clothes and just the whole vibe of the seventies was truly a lot of fun there will never be another Marc Bolan he was super super one of a kind if there ever was and he was just a lot of fun I miss him every day still to this day
Watch the video: Marc Bolan The Final Word 2007 BBC Documentary
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What the title says.
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https://plus.google.com/102887224449442173661 Nilson Candido :

Marc Bolan \ Bang A Gong (Get It On) - YouTube
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https://plus.google.com/106141250787879370946 Donald Wade : Tyrannosaurus Rex - Elemental Child (1970) HQ From the album, A Beard of Stars ... which just happens...
Tyrannosaurus Rex - Elemental Child (1970) HQ

From the album, A Beard of Stars ... which just happens to be my favorite one by the band! This was the first song I ever heard by the group, back before it was called T. Rex. Marc Bolan does some fantastic electric guitar playing on Elemental in the all musical portion from 2:05 on. Very fast licks throughout and Hendrix-like in spots. Bolan and T. Rex appear in various live performances beginning at 2:50. Some great fire dancing on here by the way!
Watch the video: Tyrannosaurus Rex - Elemental Child (1970) HQ
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From the album, A Beard of Stars ... which just happens to be my favorite one by the band! This was the first song I ever heard by the group, back before it was called T. Rex. Marc Bolan does some fantastic electric guitar playing on Elemental in the all musical portion from 2:05 on. Very fast licks throughout and Hendrix-like in spots. Bolan and T. Rex appear in various live performances beginning at 2:50. Some great fire dancing on here by the way!
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https://plus.google.com/106479175334072520143 Christopher Maddy : Marc bolan - T rex front man
Marc bolan - T rex front man
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https://plus.google.com/116916031117202862979 Dr. Arthur Lauretano : "Aging" http://ow.ly/GgOH504xP0v The progression youth to age, or from life to death via Psychology ...
"Aging" http://ow.ly/GgOH504xP0v The progression youth to age, or from life to death via Psychology Today

Many of us share a fear expressed by Marc Bolan and David Bowie - that we will die before we are able to make a strong contribution to the world. While our world seems to be obsessed with egocentric measures, there are those who believe that the contributing to the greater good is the greatest personal achievement. This is not mutually exclusive for caring for one’s self, but instead may be the realization of the top of Maslow’s Hierarchy - self-actualization.
Aging
The progression from youth to age or from life to death...
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https://plus.google.com/116992137423010276800 ElectricHellfire : This Week in Rock History: September 16 – September 22 All Along the Watchtower by the Jimi Hendrix...
This Week in Rock History: September 16 – September 22


All Along the Watchtower by the Jimi Hendrix Experience
“All Along the Watchtower” was released in the United States by the Jimi Hendrix Experience on September 21, 1968.

Though the poetic, image-rich song was originally written by lyrical god Bob Dylan, it was guitar god Jimi Hendrix that catapulted the song into one of the all-time greats of the American rock songbook. Hendrix was a huge fan of Dylan and was blown away the evocative poetry of Watchtower. So he decided to cut a version of his own.
The Experience began recording their cover of the tune on January 21, 1968 in London. The recording sessions were frustrating and tumultuous. Noel Redding left the recording sessions altogether and wasn’t on the final track. Jimi, in addition to the lead vocals, handled lead guitar, acoustic guitar, and bass parts. Traffic’s Dave Mason also added guitar: electric and 12-string acoustic. Rounding out the rhythm were Mitch Mitchell on drums and The Rolling Stones’ Brian Jones on percussion.
When the song was finally released as a single in September, it became a top 20 Billboard hit and climbed all the way to #5 in the UK. Dylan loved Hendrix’s version so much that he adopted Jimi’s arrangement in his own performances. And the song, now legendary, has been used in iconic films like Forrest Gump and covered by other heavy hitters like Neil Young, U2, The Grateful Dead, Dave Matthews Band, Eric Clapton, and Pearl Jam. Watchtower, like so much of Jimi’s music, is pure magic.
Here’s the rest of what happened this week in rock culture:

Born This Week in Rock History:

B.B. King: September 16, 1925 (blues singer and guitarist)
Hank Williams: September 17, 1923 (country singer-songwriter)
Brian Epstein: September 19, 1934 (Manager, The Beatles)
Cass Elliot: September 19, 1941 (singer, The Mamas and the Papas)
Don Felder: September 21, 1947 (guitar, The Eagles)
Joan Jett: September 22, 1958 (guitar and vocals, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts)

Died This Week in Rock History

Marc Bolan: September 16, 1977 (guitar and vocals, T. Rex)
Jimi Hendrix: September 18, 1970 (greatest guitarist ever)
Jim Croce: September 20, 1973 (singer-songwriter)

New Releases & Top of the Charts

The Jimi Hendrix Experience’s LP Are You Experienced? enters the charts: September 16, 1967

Boston, “More Than A Feeling” was released: September 18, 1976
The Doors’ LP Greatest Hits is certified platinum: September 18. 1981

Diana Ross’ “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” hits #1: September 19, 1970

David Bowie’s “Fame” hits #1: September 20, 1975

The Who’s LP Who Are You is certified gold: September 20, 1978

Jimi Hendrix, “All Along The Watchtower” was released: September 21, 1968

The Band’s The Band was released: September 22, 1969

This Week in Rock History

– The Beatles topped the Melody Maker fan poll of the top rock acts every single year for 8 straight years in the mid to late 1960’s. In 1970, however, they were knocked from the top spot by none other than Led Zeppelin. Blues-rock, hard rock, and future heavy metal fans rejoiced: September 16, 1970
 
– The Doors appear on CBS-TV’s Ed Sullivan Show. Not wanting to offend their viewers, the network asks The Doors to change one of their lyrics from “Girl we couldn’t get much higher” to something more sanitary in their hit song “Light My Fire”. Jim Morrison agrees to the lyric change. Then, he goes and sings the original offending line anyway. They are banned from the show for life: September 17, 1967
 
– The Who perform “My Generation” on the CBS-TV show the Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour. Ever the prankster, Keith Moon enlists a stagehand to help him rig his drum kit to explode at the end of the performance. The stagehand was a little overzealous in the amount of fireworks that he decided to use. The resulting explosion injured Keith Moon’s leg and caused Pete Townshend to suffer permanent hearing loss. It’s all fun and games ‘til someone loses an ear, Keith: September 17, 1967
– Switzerland’s Montreux music festival, previously dedicated to classical music, is “crashed” by a rock band – Pink Floyd: September 18, 1971
 
– KISS appears for the first time ever publicly without their iconic makeup. The occasion was a promotional event on MTV for KISS’ new album Lick It Up: September 18, 1983
 
– The Roxy club in Los Angeles’ Sunset Strip opens. The inaugural act is Neil Young and Crazy Horse. Hey hey, my my, the Roxy club will never die: September 20, 1973
 
– The first ARMS (Action into Research for Multiple Sclerosis) concert is held in London. The show is a benefit for former Faces guitarist Ronnie Lane, who was suffering from Multiple Sclerosis. The impressive lineup included Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck, Steve Winwood, Eric Clapton, Charlie Watts, John Paul Jones and Kenney Jones: September 20, 1983
 
– Janis Joplin announces her upcoming split from her band Big Brother and the Holding Company. While she would go on to make incredible music without them, many people have felt that Big Brother was Joplin’s best backing band: September 21, 1968
 
– America: A Tribute to Heroes is a benefit concert that airs on television with the mission of raising funds for victims of 9/11. Included in the concert were performances by Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel, Tom Petty, Willie Nelson, and Paul Simon: September 21, 2001
 
– Bob Dylan makes his Carnegie Hall debut. He’s part of an all-star folk concert: September 22, 1962
 
– The Great Society, a band featuring vocalist Grace Slick of future Jefferson Airplane fame, play their first show at a venue called The Coffee Gallery in San Francisco: September 22, 1965
 
– David Bowie debuts his Ziggy Stardust tour in America with a show in Cleveland: September 22, 1972
 
– The first ever Farm Aid concert is produced in Champaign, IL. The show features performances by organizer Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Billy Joel, Loretta Lynn, Roy Orbison, and more. $7 million is raised for struggling American family farmers, and the benefit concert is held every year since. This year’s lineup features the core four organizers – Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp and Dave Matthews plus blues rockers Alabama Shakes, alt-country crooner Sturgill Simpson, retro-soul band Nathaniel Rateliff and the Nightsweats and more: September 22, 1985
 
And that’s all she wrote, folks. Rock on.
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https://plus.google.com/116316046814798414560 LEONOR MICHELE : Single SARA / IN A GRAIN OF SAND with TWINK (yes, THE Twink ! ) W-H-O I-S T-W-I-N-K ? First, close your...
Single SARA / IN A GRAIN OF SAND with TWINK (yes, THE Twink ! )
W-H-O I-S T-W-I-N-K ?
First, close your eyes and listen. Imagine the sound of a genie coming out of his bottle! Yeeessss You got it... TWINK.
Sort of half real-half legendary character, coming from an aeriel movement of an entire generation seeded by the works of Charles Dickens, Oscar Wilde (among others ...), he is one of the very few carrying the essence of English Pop Art.

From the rebel/troublemaker 50s rhythm 'n blues and rock 'n roll lover (think Eddie Cochran) to the sublime decadent androgynous with that Dorian Gray’s Faustian preciousness , he is here. And already far ahead Apart...

He is one of those icons that time will never erase. A little bit like Andy Warhol’s Marilyn. An underground dandy. A little too like all those modern day minstrels who were then able to blow on Western world, a wind of freedom ... A stardust. All these Syd Barrett (The Stars, Barrett & Twink together), David Bowie, Donovan,
Marc Bolan, Steve Peregrine, Took, Kevin Ayers.
All these geniuses who have seized and transmit us the unique magic of that moment… Twinkle twinkle little star, now I wonder where you are.

Twink the drummer : permanent member of Tomorrow,
The Pretty Things, The Pink Fairies and more ...

T W I N K & L E H M O N (Michele Leonor & Walter Monnen)

Essaouira, where the wind chases the clouds all year long, where the pot is often in turmoil, has naturally been the cradle of our meeting. Several projects are underway ...
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https://plus.google.com/111338839062625634428 Signed and Limited.Ltd : Rare and unseen 1970's Marc Bolan photo by Anwar Hussein now at Signed & Limited. Exclusive limited ...
Rare and unseen 1970's Marc Bolan photo by Anwar Hussein now at Signed & Limited. Exclusive limited edition fine art prints just released.
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Unseen Marc Bolan by Anwar Hussein
Unseen Marc Bolan Signed and Limited Edition T.Rex singer Marc Bolan photographed in the 1970's at his London home by Anwar Hussein. Newly released unseen photograph carefully restored in a special signed and numbered fine art exclusive collection. Exclusively photographed and signed by legendary music photographer Anwar Hussein. Anwar is best known for his photography of the British Royal Family Anwar was previously a renowned photographer in th...
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https://plus.google.com/116840980621369994670 Jorge Morgado : On September 19, 1970... ... the first UK Glastonbury Festival took place featuring Marc Bolan, Ian...
On September 19, 1970...

... the first UK Glastonbury Festival took place featuring Marc Bolan, Ian Anderson, Keith Christmas, Quintessence, Amazing Blondel and Sam Apple Pie.
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https://plus.google.com/104637798922130826980 ceferino debesa : Marc Bolan for President!! https://youtu.be/GpVqWS-cUKc
Marc Bolan for President!!
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Watch the video: Children of the Revolution by T.REX
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Slideshow ft My other Hero ,Marc Bolan R.I.P and Ville (with their Top Hats)
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https://plus.google.com/100487228077719247574 John Katsigiannis : Marc Bolan
Marc Bolan
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https://plus.google.com/115143522291697738218 Peter Macura : -- What do you think of the "Big Time" covers by the Saw Doctors and Therapy? First up, it’s great ...
-- What do you think of the "Big Time" covers by the Saw Doctors and Therapy?

First up, it’s great that they covered the song. Andy Cairns from Therapy? had said years earlier in a Melody Maker piece that his best gig ever was ‘Rudi at the Ulster hall’..which was kool. I think they played 'Big Time' first for a BBC Ulster TV awards show and then recorded it later in America. Andy sent me a tape of the session with a couple of other songs including one about Joey Dunlop, the NI motorbike legend. I think Steve Albini may have produced it?

The Saw Doctors performed a suitably shambolic live version of the song here in Belfast several years back and dragged me up to sing it with them. People tend to forget they had a proper punk pedigree with some of the band being in Blaze X from Tuam. More recently, a lot of other people have covered old RUDI songs, which is very flattering and rewarding – and not just the obvious ones either - we musta done something right! The one I like best is a Japanese band whose name I can’t pronounce (or spell!) who cover ‘When I Was Dead’ – and they make a pretty fair job of it, too!.



-- What are you up to now, are you still playing music? Is there any talk of a RUDI reunion someday?

After RUDI called it a day, Ronnie, Grimmy and I put together a sorta punk/funk experiment called Station Superheaven!. The idea was to mix punk attitude, energy and melody with hard '60s funk but it never quite worked out in practice. Ironically though, even though this project only lasted a few months, we had more major label interest than in all the years RUDI were going! Just goes to show ya! huh! Amazingly, too, Tamla Motown UK even forked out for us to record some demos for them – but truthfully, as the band developed, I realised my heart wasn’t really in it and I quit. The band folded shortly after.

I hung up my guitar for a while as I had gotten utterly disillusioned with the whole musick biz and hated 99% of so-called contemporary music at the time. Punk had become a gormless self parody and the majors were back in control dreaming up a new fad every few weeks, which they could foist on a gullible public. But you can’t keep a good man down – and in 1987 or thereabouts one of my mates asked me to get up and play at a couple of Marc Bolan tribute gigs. I’d done a one-off Bolan zine/tribute called ‘Automatic Shoes’ in the mid '80s and doing the gigs kinda reminded me of why I’d started playing in the first place. Along the way, I discovered that 2 of the other guys in the band shared my love of primal rockin’ slop like Link Wray and we eventually started a band which became The Tigersharks who Hot Press magazine described pretty accurately as ‘Johnny Thunders fronting the Stray Cats’. Later, that band became the more rockabilly oriented Roughnecks before folding just when things were getting big.

Chastened but wiser, I took stock and in 1994 decided to put together my all-time dream band with my buddy Liam Killen who I’d first met through our shared love of the Cramps - and the Sabrejets was born... we’re still going strong and still with 3 original members. It’s the music I love most and we’ve released a heap of two-fisted rockin’ slop worldwide and are just about to start recording our new album... watch this space! When I was playing in RUDI, I always listened to early rock 'n' roll and rockabilly. Attitude-wise, rockabilly was definitely the precursor of punk …it was and is wilder, sexier, defiant and more thrilling than anything before or since. Rockabilly always operated under the radar and outside the mainstream and pioneered the use of small labels run by fans for fans... and the look has never been bettered... and still turns heads and scares squares worldwide!- unlike punk, which lost it’s ability to shock years ago.

Back in 2004, a couple of guys wrote a the seminal book on NI punk ‘It Makes You Want To Spit’ and asked me, Greg from the Outcasts and Petesy from Stalag 17 to get up and play some old punk songs at the book launch. It woulda been churlish to refuse, and we hammered through a set of old punk faves and some choice RUDI/Outcasts songs under the ill-advised moniker ‘Shame Academy’. Even though it was supposed to be a strict one off, we somehow ended up recording the CD ‘Punk Rock For Dummies’ for the Combat Rock label in France and playing several other shows – as far afield as Italy and Spain. How weird is that? It was fun to play the old songs but was never intended to be a reformation of either band and it kinda ran its course.

I’ve also done a few acoustic sets where I throw in some old RUDI numbers for a laugh alongside obscure rockabilly and glam songs as well as other songs I’ve written but never recorded down the years. In fact, a local label has recently asked me to record an acoustic CD of this very material so, again..watch this space... lol!

On the back of the 'Good Vibrations' film, The Outcasts reformed (I actually played guitar for their first 3 gigs as a favour to help them out!)..but I can’t see RUDI ever reforming... Ronnie and Graham hung up their instruments after Superheaven! folded and haven’t played since. Personally, I’d rather have people remember us as we were... In addition, I’ve seen far too many bands reform for all the wrong reasons who end up totally trashing and besmirching their reputation. It pains me to admit it – but worst of all was the tragic way the New York Dolls ended up - I was at their Meltdown reformation and gave them the benefit of the doubt – but as the gigs went on, they got ever more shambolic and embarrassing. What becomes a legend least?
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