Friday, November 13, 2009

Meat Loaf: Bat Out of Hell The Original Tour Released!


Great News for all Meat Loaf fans ! Their live DVD is out now !

Filmed at the Stadthalle Offenbach, Bat Out of Hell: The Original Tour captures the raw excitement of Meat Loaf’s epic stage show. Larger-than-life songs like “You Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night)” and “Paradise By The Dashboard Light” sounded absolutely extravagant performed live. Not only does Meat Loaf dominate the stage, but he also captivates audiences with the riveting nature of his songs, with the help of the album’s songwriter Jim Steinman and female vocalist Karla DeVito. Its visual proof of the power of Bat Out Of Hell, which certified 10x Platinum and sold over 40 million copies. Also included is a bonus interview from 1978 with Meat Loaf and Jim Steinman.



Track Listing:

1.) Great Boleros Of Fire

2.) Bat Out Of Hell

3.) You Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night)

4.) All Revved Up With No Place To Go

5.) Paradise By The Dashboard Light

6.) Introducing The Band

7.) Johnny B Goode

8.) River Deep, Mountain High

9.) Johnny B Goode (reprise)

10.) Two Out Of Three Ain¹t Bad

11.) All Revved Up With No Place To Go (reprise)



Here's a video from the DVD :

“You Took The Words”

6 comments:

ritchie said...

i have always been a fan of meatloaf, and seeing the video u posted above, i think i am gonna get the album too !

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bearockr said...

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Perplexio said...

The thing I loved about Meat Loaf most was his long time collaborator/songwriter, Jim Steinman. I've heard some of Loaf's non-Steinman penned material and it pales in comparison. The two of them went together like Elton John & Bernie Taupin.

I also really dig Steinman's 1981 album, Bad For Good which was supposed to have been the follow-up to Bat Out of Hell but Steinman got sick of waiting for Meat Loaf to get his voice back so he recorded the album himself. His German musical, Tanz der Vampire is also pretty good as was his collaboration with Andrew Lloyd Weber, Whistle Down the Wind.

bearockr said...

Thanks a lot, Perplexio, for that piece of information, I really never knew any intricate details about Steinman, but your comment and the comparison with Sir Elton John and Bernie Taupin has aroused my interest upon his album "Bad For Good" that you mentioned above... Thanks again for the same, and I am definitely gonna listen a bit more albums of Meatloaf( I wasn't a really big fan till now, because I haven't heard much of his songs actually!)

Piano said...

Thanks for sharing. This artist influenced me a lot, a reason why I started to play instruments. I am into playing the piano now, and I am still learning but I'm having a blast. Thanks again!