|re: Steve Margoshes|
||rockfenris2005 07:47 am MST 03/23/11|
|In reply to:||Steve Margoshes - steven_stuart 04:03 pm MST 03/21/11|
> > > I'm glad that Steve and
> > > Jim got together.
> > Do you know how they got together? Meat Loaf wasn't the
> > only long time collaborator that Jim met that day at the
> > auditions for "More than you deserve". Steve Margoshes,
> > who was involved with the production of "Rainbow" that
> > Meat Loaf did, was Meat's accompanist that day.
> Wow. That's amazing. You see. You never know what will
> happen. Whether its "More Than You Deserve" or "Cannibal
> Rapture". I wish you would write theatre books. You know
> so much and you might end up with a best-seller like
> George Perry's "Phantom" book. You should probably
> collaborate with George on the "BOOH" book. I know that
> you could help him a lot. BTW, have you ever heard the
> Broadway version of "Tommy"? I haven't heard it yet but I
> would like to. I hear that Steve's arrangements are really
I've never heard it, no, but I hear that there was a new song written for the score. I've heard the album and I've seen the film. I think it's about time that I investigated the musical. I know that it was produced over here a couple years back.
And I've said this to you before, but I love George Perry's "Phantom" book. I remember coming across a copy when I was about 17. I am being totally honest here, but I was completely entranced by this book for the rest of that night. I couldn't put it down.
But I had to return it to the library after a fortnight.
Finally, last year, I got my copy and I treasure it a lot. I always enjoy reading it and it's the most thoroughly researched and impressive document on "Phantom" I have ever seen, though I have heard good things about the Annotated Phantom as well.
Actually, I heard the Really Useful Group were giving out copies in a "Phantom" competition, which is wonderful.
I wasn't successful in getting my copy of his "Sunset Boulevard" book, which I've known about for quite some time, but I will get there in the end.
I was hoping he would have written a book for "Love Never Dies" but that was before I knew the storyline of the show and I'm now glad that he hasn't.
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