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|1. The Children Of Rarn|
|3. The Visit|
|5. Summer Deep|
|6. Seagull Woman|
|8. The Wizard|
|9. The Children Of Rarn|
|10. The Time Of Love Is Now|
|11. Diamond Meadows|
|12. Root Of Star|
|13. Beltane Walk|
|14. Is It Love?|
|15. One Inch Rock|
Is all you feel when you listen to this album.
This album is the perfect combination of pop sensibilities combined with Bolan's unique way of combining bizarre lyrics with wonderful winding melodies.
This magical album for Marc Bolan and his newly christened band T. Rex is a wonderful timepiece from the 1970's.
Beware, the 15+ minute version of Children of Rarn is not the full version with instrumentation and production that Tony Visconti created years ago for the Marc collection. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Dann
Brilliant album by T-Rex with a lot of extras on it like the singles that Marc Bolan never put onto his albums " Ride a White Swan" the acoustic "Summertime Blues"... Read morePublished 8 months ago by G. S. Fazakas
THIS IS WERE MARK AND MICKEY START TO PICK IT UP A FEW NOTCH'S .PRODUCER TONY VISCONTI STARTS TO FORM THE T-REX WE KNOW TODAY TONY WAS WORKING WITH BOWIE SHORTLY AFTER HE KNEW HIS... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Wayne W.
On Beard of Stars, Marc Bolan was hitting his creative peak. By the time the self-titled T. Rex album was released, Marc and Tony Visconti had fine-tuned their trademark sound. Read morePublished 12 months ago by babysue
I was turned on to this album by a late girlfriend of mine in the way early 70's. It was whimsical and rockin. Read morePublished 17 months ago by L. Graham
This is perhaps the "golden moment" of Marc Bolan's career, combining the most magical elements of his folk-mystic period with the stirrings of his electric warrior phase. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Richard Morgan
I must begin by saying I'm a big T Rex fan. This album is what T Rex is all about. A lot of rockers and some ballads. Read morePublished on March 11, 2013 by Fred Heuer
This is one of the best bands of the era. Not as well known as they should be. However, they get enough love from record collectors to make up for it.Published on February 2, 2013 by K. McDonald