|re: Jim is problably writing for Meat...|
||Bart 02:51 am MST 12/28/06|
|In reply to:||re: Jim is problably writing for Meat... - rockfenris2005 01:19 am MST 12/28/06|
|With all respect towards the talented Mr. Stienman but Neverland forty years in the making is because A. he is probably lazy and B. it was a fantasy he just needed for visualizing his songwriting.|
And with all respect The Dream Engine is a fcking long time ago and a musical no one remembers.
Meat has performed for 30 years the BOOH album. His name shall always be connected to BOOH. If this is Jim's last chance for success and if he is a good business man than he has to set aside his personal matter with the Loaf and uses his name for marketing purposes.That Jim is working with talented unknown people is no gaurantee for making this project a success. And I have my doubts that Mr. Stienman will finally finish this musical...after 30 years.
> > Doesn't Meat Loaf hold the trademark to Bat Out Of Hell
> > for UK? If so, then to some degree he'll be involved.
> > Unless, Jim traded the trademark rights to Bat3 for the
> > rights to BooH: the musical.
> > Pud
> What's really gunna tick me off is... "Meat Loaf stages
> Bat Out Of Hell: The Musical, Meat Loaf's BOOH: The
> Musical an enormous hit, featuring some songs by Jim
> Steinman, most songs by Meat Loaf (only the white keys,
> only the white!! Perhaps a few beige... lol)" and etc.
> Meat had nothing to do with "The Dream Engine", Meat had
> nothing to do with the workshop of "Neverland" and all the
> other stage-plans and film-plans etc. aside from rumours
> that he was going to play Tink or Captain Hook.
> I think, with the talent Jim's working with on the
> creative team, they should cast a heap of unknowns for the
> acting roles (as if BOOH: The Musical isn't a big enough
> entity, not to mention the whole spectacular thing) like
> "Starlight Express" which never had a name in it ONE DAY
> in all the eighteen years it ran. It's still running in
> This is Jim's beast, this is his big 40-year project
> reaching fruition, I don't think Meat should barrel in and
> steal all the attention. Fair enough if he wants to try
> and go out with a bang for his last album (which he failed
> miserably at doing, I wonder if he'll try and go out with
> a bang this time. If that's the case, do BAT IV with Jim
> at the helm) but this is Jim's concept, this is Jim's
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