|re: Jim's History musically.|
||Evan 01:25 pm UTC 05/12/21|
|In reply to:||re: Jim's History musically. - rockfenris2005 09:20 pm UTC 05/11/21|
|This is a pretty perfect comparison. By the time they got to the Bat sequel they not only had a gigantic budget but they also were seasoned pros who knew how to utilize technology better. You can tell from listening to Bat II and watching Terminator 2 that both Jim’s must have had a blast. |
O a side note, I seem to remember that you wrote a Terminator musical years ago with the song, “Sarah Conner, You’re A Goner.”
> The Bat albums always remind me of the Terminator movies.
> I'm sure I've said this before (Haha!!). When James
> Cameron (the Jim of the Terminator movies) made the first
> movie, it was filmed more like an independent film,
> because he wasn't the big action blockbuster director
> again. By the time he made the sequel, he'd done the
> Aliens movie and The Abyss, and then the T1000 was this
> huge technological innovation, effects wise, that excited
> everyone and even today contains some of the coolest
> special effects from a movie ever. T2 is like the Bat out
> of Hell II: Back into Hell, much bigger, huge blockbuster
> event, all of that. In that sense, Celine Dion's "It's All
> Coming Back" is sort of the Jim equivalent to Cameron
> working on "Titanic", with "Tanz" as well I'd say. They
> both do really towering work with "Tanz" and "Titanic",
> but completely different scenarios.
> Meat is clearly the Arnold Schwarzenegger of the scenario.
> "Bat III" is "T3" because that was directed by Jonathan
> Mostow with no Cameron involvement, Bat 3 was Desmond
> Child and there was no Jim. "Braver" is "Terminator: Dark
> Fate" with Linda Hamilton returning.
> So that's really how I look at those albums, I guess.
> > That's an interesting point. They might well have worked
> > together anyway. I don't think BOOH 1 would have sounded
> > so natural and cool if it had been produced in the 90s but
> > it might have sounded more polished and perfect. I quite
> > like that the first two BOOH albums have a different
> > sound. What do you think? Its like the difference between
> > the BOOH 1 films and the very expensive movie like BOOH 2
> > videos. I like both and if BOOH 1 had been produced in the
> > 90s we wouldn't have a big part of the BOOH story. Hmm.
> > > 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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