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Live At Wembley

Meat Loaf (ミート・ローフ)

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258599
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1
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Germany
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Alan Merrill(Guitar),  Alan Merrill(Vocals),  Amy Goff(Vocals),  Bob Kulick(Guitar),  Bob Kulick(Guitar),  Chuck Burgi(Drums),  Elaine Goff(Vocals),  Frank Doyle(Keyboards),  Meat Loaf(Vocals),  Meat Loaf(Vocals),  Paul Jacobs(Piano),  Steve Buslowe(Bass),  Steve Buslowe(Vocals),  Amy Goff(Vocals (Background)),  Elaine Goff(Vocals (Background)),  Tom Edmonds(Engineer),  Cheryl Bergman(Wardrobe),  Eric Anderson(Drum Technician),  George Borowski(Guitar Technician),  John Gallagher(Tour Manager),  John Ross(Tour Manager),  Roger Proctor(Keyboard Technician)

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By 1987, Meat Loaf was a forgotten man in his own country, but the story was different in Europe. While his 1986 studio LP Blind Before I Stop had marked a sales drop after five consecutive Top Ten albums in the U.K. (including the compilation Hits Out of Hell), it had still made the Top 40, as did the single Rock 'N' Roll Mercenaries. That kind of consistency, along with the singer's reputation as a concert performer, more than justified the release of this tour souvenir, which was called Live at Wembley in Britain and simply Live elsewhere. (In America, it wasn't released at all.) While it demonstrated that Meat Loaf had the ability to perform his Bat Out of Hell warhorses competently and passionately and that other hits such as Modern Girl could rock a crowd, however, the album really never was anything more than a tour souvenir. The sound wasn't great, and although the audience was enthusiastic, Meat Loaf and the band simply went from one song to another, without comment and without much variation from the performances on the much better recorded studio albums. Of course, the juxtaposition of songwriter Jim Steinman's ambitious Bat Out of Hell suites with the more pedestrian arena rock songs Meat Loaf recorded without him was unkind to the latter. The only thing out of the ordinary was the concluding Rock 'N' Roll Medley, clearly an encore, but Meat Loaf himself was missing in action for much of it, leaving his backup band and backup singers to take the lead vocals on the first two selections, Johnny B. Goode and Slow Down. ~ William Ruhlmann, Rovi

収録曲   

  • 01. Blind Before I Stop (03:36)
  • 02. Rock & Roll Mercenaries (05:31)
  • 03. Took the Words (06:51)
  • 04. Midnight at the Lost and Found (03:47)
  • 05. Modern Girl (05:49)
  • 06. Paradise by the Dashboard Light (09:48)
  • 07. Two Out of Three Ain't Bad (08:14)
  • 08. Bat out of Hell
  • 09. Masculine (06:52)
  • 10. Rock & Roll Medley [Johnny B. Goode/Slow Down/Jailhouse Rock/Blue Sue] (08:15)

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Meat Loaf

Marvin Lee Aday is a singer and occasional actor who, for reasons never definitively answered, has recorded under the name Meat Loaf. In all likelihood a childhood nickname, the tag stuck, and many puns followed as the performer -- who tipped the scales at well over 300 pounds -- became one of the biggest chart acts of the 1970s before enjoying a commercial renaissance two decades later.Meat Loaf

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