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re: Jim's BooH Concept Disc.

Posted by:
Vin 09:57 am MST 02/02/07
In reply to: Jim's BooH Concept Disc. - Wilbury 05:02 am MST 02/02/07

I think the "Tanz" StN IS the definitive version, musically at least. What I would want Jim to do is simply record amazing English language vocals over the "Tanz" backing tracks. I just don't think he could do much to improve on the original musical production on the "Tanz" album.

> I draw everybody's attention, if I may, to the mythical
> next 'thing' that meat spoke about a bit in interviews a
> while ago (tho he apears to have stopped talking about it
> now?) in which he would record a new Stienman song or two
> and he 'wanted Steve Lukather on guitar for it' (which in
> my opinion would be no bad thing at all).
>
> Is it possible that that might end up being one in the
> same with "Jim Steinman's Bat out of Hell" concept album
> with a cast of thousands?
>
> It is entirely possible (almost likely?) that meat would
> be expected to appear on the album somewhere (albeit by
> ignorant press types and passing music fans), but he's
> already recorded all of the songs on the bats thus far
> (obviously) so it logically would have to be a new song.
> OR (or maybe as well as) any song from bat 1 or 2 might
> appear in some 'other' form, perhaps a demo of Meat and
> Jim from Bat 1 (which Meat also reckoned would be on this
> 'thing').
>
> Jim said there were no plans to work with Meat which
> everyone took to mean that Meat was crapping on with a
> fresh batch of lies -- but it's possible it's just
> different sides of the same story again (like it's been
> the whole time).
>
> The Dream Engine's recordings of the songs that were on
> bat 3 could be destined for the concept album, the "new
> Steinman songs" that Meat was crapping on about might be a
> sketch of an idea for the same disc, thus satisfying
> Meat's claims AND keeping the songs Meat got his grubby
> little hands on for TMiL OFF of the Deam Engine's album
> (which I think is good).
>
> It'd be nice if TDE were on the concept disc doing Seize
> the Night, because it'd be some sort of peace offering to
> the bastard step child of the Bat franchise ASWELL as
> creating the Definitive Version of the song...
>
> I love Kyle, but his is just a demo afterall. And Meat's
> version, well Meat's version makes me want to scratch out
> my own eardrums. And the foreign language versions, well,
> they seem to be singing it in some sort of secret code in
> which I'm not versed (unfortunately).
>
> Which reminds me, why is Shoebox not on Merciless Nite? He
> was recording a version of Nowhere fast for Mercilss nite
> 1 but didn't get it finished in time, and this time he's
> nowhere to be found.
>
> Or did I fall victim of a particuarly penetrative
> pseudonym?


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