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.
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While I’ll be away for the weekend, I want you to solve something for me. You see, after I posted on the various Bonnie Tyler singles last months, one of my contacts provided me with two alternative single versions. One was a four minute edit, and the other (from the 1991 compilation The Collection) had… Read more »
From the land of what the hell was I thinking when I wrote that, presented without any further comment: “First of all, I never sing off key,” said Meat Loaf (born Marvin Lee Aday), calling from his Los Angeles home. “The thing that has irritated me to no end is, maybe my voice isn’t so… Read more »
Thirty years ago today, Jacques Brel died. To be quite honest, I know next to nothing about him, apart from that he was supposedly quite an influential composer, lyricist and performer. And that some of my favorite singers have covered him. So here are some links to some Brel covers on Youtube for your enjoyment,… Read more »
So, ehm, tradition seems to dictate that I should pay some attention to a certain singer today, as it’s his 57th or 61st birthday (more on that can still be found in the archive). I know, I might just as well break with the tradition if I don’t give a damn, but then I’d have… Read more »