As we speak, I am probably in the south of France, and this post was prepared in advance for your pleasure. The statistics show me that the “Did I Play That?” posts containing Steinman-related music are more popular than those that explore my other musical inclinations. Mentioning a post on the Rockman Record also helps,… Read more »
Yearly Archives: 2007
In a little while, I’ll start on the first leg of my journey to the south of France. Since I don’t plan on using a computer unless it’s absolutely necessary, I’ve prepared a couple of posts for the next week, so you won’t be that bored when I’m gone. Au revoir for now.
Some years ago, while helping someone to pack up her stuff before moving to the south of France, I was asked to use my advanced online tracking skills to replace a ‘misplaced’ album, by some singer/songwriter I never heard of. With some persistence I was able to find all tracks, and without listing to the… Read more »
It is said that if you plan on having a successful weblog, you should post regularly, and never apologize when you don’t manage to do so. So you can consider this a non-apology, since I never planned to be successful at this. When I posted my planning almost two weeks ago, I said that I… Read more »
Exactly ten year ago today, Jim Steinman and Michael Kunze’s musical Tanz der Vampire (based on Roman Polanski’s The Fearless Vampire Killers —or— Pardon Me, But You’re Teeth Are In My Neck) premiered in the Raimud Theater in Vienna, Austria. That calls for a little celebration. Although I’ve know of Tanz since ’97, the first… Posted , filed under Did I Play That?, Life, Music & tagged with Jim SteinmanTanz der Vampire.