|re: Jim's History musically.|
||rockfenris2005 01:31 pm UTC 05/10/21|
|In reply to:||re: Jim's History musically. - steven_stuart 09:46 pm UTC 05/08/21|
If they had both been successful separately, I think they would have become aware of each other, later on, and we still would have had a collaboration of some kind. It's fun to think about. And what would Bat 1 sound like if it had been produced in the 90s?
> Jim and Meat meeting must have been one of those meant to
> happen things. I thnk they were both very talented and
> would have been successful in a different way had they not
> met but they really were so well suited for each other.
> Both men are opera meets rock. A marriage made in heaven.
> > I have a very interesting question where do you think Jim
> > or Meat had been if they hadn't met that fateful day
> > during Jim's rehearsals for more thna you deserve? I
> > thought that was good question. I think his voice and
> > Jim's music just go together so well and creates a magic
> > I like the dark gothic feel of the music too as well as
> > the stage presence.
> > I've listened to Rock and opera all my life so when Meat
> > came on the stage when I first saw him live show I was
> > like Ah so what the guy is over weight it didn't make any
> > difference to em because being an avid opera fan as well
> > as rock n roll fan big singers never really made me think
> > Omg they are over weight lol
> > I am going to miss Jim's music so much let's keep his
> > memory alive always
> > For Jim it will always be a Hot Summer Night.
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