|re: Bonnie *and* Air Supply??|
||Jacob 01:38 pm MST 02/08/07|
|In reply to:||re: Bonnie *and* Air Supply?? - Daphne24 10:38 am MST 02/08/07|
|Even though I wouldn't take it for fact, this is as close to a source as I can find: http://www.news.com.au/heraldsun/story/0,21985,20642893-5006024,00.html|
"Regardless, Meat Loaf says Steinman sent him two songs -- Total Eclipse of the Heart and Making Love Out of Nothing At All -- for his 1983 album Midnight at the Lost and Found, an album Loaf decided to write the songs for himself.
Loaf's record company refused to pay for Steinman -- whose epic songs came with epic budgets -- and the songs were given to Bonnie Tyler and Air Supply respectively, becoming huge hits."
> Not only is this a general knowledge-type quiz so no one
> but people on this board are likely to know that, but I
> really do not believe he wrote it for Meat. What is the
> source for believing he did, anyway?
> I've seen interviews with Jim where he has said he wrote
> it for Bonnie, to show off her voice. Naturally, I don't
> know where to find those now but I know I've seen him say
> > Well, Jim originally wrote "Total Eclipse" for Meat Loaf
> > if the tale is correct, so double-error there...
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