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.
Posts Tagged: Jim Steinman
Until a couple of years ago — say, up to 2003 — I would probably have said that I was a Meat Loaf fan first. Looking back, I suspect that the release of the less then impressive Couldn’t Have Said It Better and a (imo) sloppy concert in Amsterdam in April 2003 was the point… Read more »
As we speak, I am probably on my way back from the south of France, and this post was prepared in advance for your pleasure. Statistics show that of the mp3s I’ve offered here, the remixes of Bonnie Tyler’s “Two out of Three ain’t Bad” were downloaded the most. I suppose that’s largely due to… Read more »
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 »
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.