T. Rex were an English pop-rock band that released two albums on Fly Records during 1970 and 1971, followed by six albums on eponymous imprint T. REX between 1972 and 1977. The band evolved from frontman Marc Bolan’s earlier combo Tyrannosaurus Rex, which issued four albums on Regal Zonophone between 1968 and 1970.
Members: Marc Bolan (vocals, guitar), Mickey Finn (congas, vocals, 1970-75), Steve Currie (bass, 1970-76), Bill Legend (drums, 1970-74), Gloria Jones (keyboards, vocals, 1973-76), Jack Green (guitar, 1973-74), David Lutton (drums, 1974-76), Dino Dines (keyboards, 1974-77), Miller Anderson (guitar, 1976-77), Herbie Flowers (bass, 1976-77), Tony Newman (drums, 1976-77)
- T. Rex (1970)
- Electric Warrior (1971)
- The Slider (1972)
- Tanx (1973)
- Zinc Alloy and the Hidden Riders of Tomorrow (1974 • Marc Bolan & T. Rex)
- Bolan’s Zip Gun (1975)
- Futuristic Dragon (1976)
- Dandy in the Underworld (1977)
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