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re: Briliant interview with Jim I believe lasted like 4 hours...about Bat Out Of Hell and how Jim Steinman wrote it!

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rockfenris2005 02:45 pm UTC 05/07/21
In reply to: re: Briliant interview with Jim I believe lasted like 4 hours...about Bat Out Of Hell and how Jim St ... - Evan 10:08 am UTC 05/07/21


Bat from what I remember Jim saying in that interview started off as a new version of Jailhouse Rock that Meat and Jim were doing. By the way, Meat mentioned on MLUKFC an early song of Jim's they used to rehearse as well, called "Just Following Orders" but it's never come forward, unlike say "Souvenirs" and "Train of Love" which Meat ended up recording on "Braver".

The drum beat in "You Took the Words" reminds me of the Ronettes "Be my Baby", and Billy Joel uses that as well in "Say Goodbye to Hollywood".

> I havenít had the time to watch this interview yet but Iím
> guessing this is the interview where Jim mentions how the
> opening of Bat Out Of Hell is the same as he opening of
> Jailhouse Rock. Itís always fun and cool to hear things
> like that.


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