|re: Answering Jim's OTHER questions|
||Willis 09:17 pm MST 01/29/07|
|In reply to:||re: Answering Jim's OTHER questions - Conas 01:08 pm MST 01/29/07|
I've loved the Peter Pan symbolism throughout all of Jim's work. That being said, I agree in may be tricky to make it work. But have faith in Jim. I suppose it would make a difference if it was meant to be a "concept album" based entirely on neverland or a mixed bag of other songs. I for one would choose the newly recorded Neverland. And I think that would sound like success. But wait and see...
> > > I do not think of Graveyard Shift as a Hook song for one
> > > reason... in your previous interview you said that Bad For
> > > Good was written as the song Baal (Peter) would sing to
> > > Wendy to convince her to run away with him (presumably
> > > taking the place that Bat held in the Neverland workshop).
> > > Since Graveyard Shift uses the Bad For Good music I can't
> > > see having both of them in the show and I think Bad For
> > > Good is one of the lyrically strongest pieces in the show
> > > in that it most progresses the story. I also think Surf's
> > > Up is one of the best songs having been mentioned as being
> > > part of Neverland (for when Peter seduces Wendy) and I
> > > fear this will not be in the Bat Musical either.
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