|re: Bonnie's career with Jim~other songs she could sing of Jim's?🎼|
||rockfenris2005 02:26 am MST 06/03/21|
|In reply to:||re: Bonnie's career with Jim~other songs she could sing of Jim's?🎼 - steven_stuart 10:01 am MST 06/02/21|
Yeah that was unusual. For some reason it was more of a hit in America, was it not? Not sure how it did in Australia, but probably very well considering Air Supply are Australian. Did you know they met on the original Australian production of Jesus Christ Superstar? The one that was directed by Jim Sharman who then met Richard O'Brien when he worked on the London production, and they ended up doing Rocky Horror together. I love all these little connections. Was Bonnie's version even released in America as a single at all? I really should Google this instead of asking.
> Usually its the other way around. There are albums and
> songs that worked here and not in America. But MLOONAA was
> a hit in America but not here.
> > I totally agree with this!! I have always thought this
> > version should have been huge, everywhere. I don't
> > understand why it wasn't. I feel like somebody let Bonnie
> > and Jim down somehow.
> > > I would like them to rerelease Bonnie's version of Making
> > > Love Out Of Nothing At All. I don't know why it wasn't a
> > > hit single in the UK. The Air Supply version wasn't a hit
> > > here too. I would like to hear her sing Braver.
> > >
> > > From Wikipedia:
> > >
> > > The song was later covered by Welsh singer Bonnie Tyler on
> > > her album Free Spirit. It opens with a wordless choral
> > > vocal followed by sounds of thunderclaps and a bell before
> > > the melody begins, played on piano. Over the piano section
> > > is an excerpt from "Un bel dý vedremo", the aria from
> > > Puccini's Madame Butterfly, sung by Tyler's mother Elsie
> > > Hopkins.
> > >
> > > AllMusic called this version "fantastic, clocking in at
> > > nearly eight minutes, and seems perfectly suited for her
> > > voice. [Air Supply's] version was already great, but hers
> > > is awesome." It was produced by Steinman, with Steven
> > > Rinkoff as co-producer, at The Hit Factory, New York
> > > City.
> > >
> > > > Her voice is still as good as it was in the 80's which
> > > > songs that she hasn't done with Jim other songs he'd
> > > > written do you think would be good choices for her
> > > > Love it's all coming back to me would be been so great so
> > > > great for her.......
> > > > Good Girls Go To Heaven.
> > > > The Future would be cool also.
> > > > ---
> > > > What's ur views/thoughts......
> > > >
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