The fourth volume of the UNCHAINED series of unreleased T. Rex material begins with several polished versions of songs that appeared on the previous UNCHAINED release, also from 1973. The opener, the rough-and-ready "All of My Love," features an extended, ecstatic fadeout of the quintessential Bolan declaration, "My baby is a scooter/and I love he.
Dance In The Midnight. Volume four: 1973, part two. 4-1. All My Love. 4-2. Hope You Enjoy The Show. Between 1994 and 1996, Edsel released eight full-length CDs of Marc Bolan’s previously unreleased home demos, alternate takes, unused and abandoned songs, and unfinished recordings. These CDs were deleted in 2001. In late 2010, all eight discs were reissued in one deluxe casebound book package – but the majority of the print run was consumed in the Sony DADC warehouse fire of 2011.
Like Vol. 3, Unchained, Vol. 4 sorts through all of the odds and ends, outtakes, demos, alternate takes and recorded scraps Marc Bolan and T. Rex left behind in 1973. At the time, he was recording Zinc Alloy and the Hidden Riders of Tomorrow, an album that found him trying to shake up his signature sound, with marginal success. The songwriting on that record was uneven, so it stands to reason that the leftover material was uneven as well, and that's certainly the case, as Vol. 3 indicated.
Unchained (unreleased recordings volume 4) (1973) (part 2). Description. UK 18 track original CD p/s (EDCD442).
From 1970 until 1973, T. Rex encountered a popularity in the UK comparable to that of the Beatles, with a run of eleven singles in the UK top ten. One of the most prominent acts in British popular culture, they scored four UK number one hits, "Hot Love", "Get It On", "Telegram Sam" and "Metal Guru". The band's 1971 album Electric Warrior received critical acclaim as a pioneering glam rock album. It reached number 1 in the UK. The 1972 follow-up, The Slider, entered the top 20 in the US. Following the release of "20th Century Boy" in 1973,. ex Unchained: Unreleased Recordings, Volume 4: 1973, Part 2. Marc Bolan & T. Rex. 1.
Rex were an English rock band, formed in 1967 by singer/songwriter and guitarist Marc Bolan. The T. Rex discography consists of four "Tyrannosaurus Rex" and eight "T. Rex" studio albums (one of which appeared with different names and tracklists in different territories), 22 compilation albums, seven live albums, two extended plays, six "Tyrannosaurus Rex" and 22 "T. Rex" singles. The group came to an end after Bolan's death in a car crash in September 1977.