While I do like an occasional dose of soul, Motown‘s fiftieth birthday isn’t what I’d call a big deal. It is, however, a great occasion to do some no-research, hassle-free blogging. In September 1971, Motown subsidiary Rare Earth released an album called Stoney and Meatloaf. I’m not going to rehash the whole story—if you’re really… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Did I Play That?
After discussing the singles from two Bonnie Tyler albums, a Meat Loaf singles round-up is overdue. Since the singles released from both Bat and Dead Ringer aren’t all that interesting (mostly album tracks as b-sides, with just two tracks worth discussing), we’ll go straight to those of his 1983 album, “Midnight at the Lost and… Posted , filed under Did I Play That?, Music & tagged with Meat Loaf.
Back when I used to have accidental surges of inspiration, I made a post on the singles pulled from Bonnie Tyler’s Faster than the Speed of Night album. In that post, I said that I eventually would get to the singles from Secret Dreams & Forbidden Fire, that other album she did with Jim Steinman…. Posted , filed under Did I Play That?, Music & tagged with Bonnie TylerJim Steinman.
Today at ten AM—which is just about the time this post becomes public—I am expected to check myself into the hospital for a knee operation. Sometime later this afternoon, I can take my crutches and go. The rest of the week I will be taking a break from the internet while I suffer and have… Read more »
Tomorrow, I’ll be going to my parents for Christmas. I’ll be back home on the 27th, for, you know work. Saturday, I’m going to see Krezip in Amsterdam, but I’m traveling via my parents and a friend who’s also going. I’m still debating whether or not to take the 31st off from work, because I’m… Read more »