T. Rex: Born to Boogie: Afternoon Concert

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Released 1972

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T. Rex: Born to Boogie: Afternoon Concert

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Director:
Ringo Starr
Released:
1972
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T. Rex: Born to Boogie: Afternoon Concert is a wild and entertaining documentary directed by former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr. Released in 1972, this film chronicles the exploits of famed British rock band T-Rex. This London-based glam/folk rock group was extremely popular during the 1970's, and is most widely known for the songs "Children of the Revolution," "Hot Love," "Telegram Sam," and "Metal Guru." The group disbanded in 1977 after singer and guitarist Marc Bolan was killed in a horrific car accident. T. Rex: Born to Boogie: Afternoon Concert offers diverse clips of the band in concert and rehearsal, as well as behind-the-scenes footage and numerous interviews. This presentation also includes several hours of footage that was originally left on the cutting room floor. Fans of T-Rex and 70's glam rock will not want to miss this revealing look into the lives of one of Great Britain's most gifted and popular bands.

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Arts, Documentary, Music

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Musicals