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Bonnie Tyler, Jim Steinman, Meat Loaf, Ellen Foley - Rock 'n' Roll Dreams Too album flac

Performer: Bonnie Tyler
Genre: Rock / Pop
Title: Rock 'n' Roll Dreams Too
Country: South Africa
Released: 1991
Style: Classic Rock, Ballad, Pop Rock, Heavy Metal, Rock & Roll
FLAC version ZIP size: 1620 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1311 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1846 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 568

Complete your Jim Steinman, Bonnie Tyler, Meatloaf collection. Holding Out For A Hero. Midnight At The Lost And Found. Straight From The Heart. You Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night). Faster Than The Speed Of Night. Dead Ringer For Love. Total Eclipse Of The Heart. Rock And Roll Dreams Come Through. Jim Steinman, Bonnie Tyler, Meatloaf - Rock 'n Roll Dreams ‎(12", Album, Comp).

According to Meat Loaf, Steinman had given the songs "Total Eclipse of the Heart" and "Making Love Out of Nothing at All" to Meat Loaf for this album. According to Meat Loaf's 1998 autobiography, the album sold poorly because of its production. Meat Loaf would have preferred to cancel the project and wait to work with more Steinman material Welcome to the Neighbourhood. In 1995, Meat Loaf released his seventh studio album, Welcome to the Neighbourhood.

Meat Loaf and Jim Steinman have a long history of shattering expectations. When the singer and songwriter first teamed up in the mid-1970s for Bat Out of Hell, it was the height of disco, and no label thought their bombastic, theatrical version of rock & roll would ever find an audience. The album sold more than 30 million copies. Going All the Way features Ellen Foley, who duetted with Meat Loaf on Paradise by the Dashboard Light and Karla DeVito, who performed on the Bat Out of Hell tour and lip-synced to Foley’s voice in the Dashboard Light video. That lead to a lot of friction between them since everyone thought it was Karla says Meat Loaf.

Rock and Roll Dreams Come Through. Objects in the Rear View Mirror May Appear Closer Than They Are. Bat Out of Hell II: Picture Show. Meat Loaf, Jim Steinman and The Phenomenology of Excess by Sandy Robertson Omnibus Press, 1981, ISBN: 0 86001 965 9. Meat Loaf by Andreas Fallscheer . Very Important Paperback), 1994, ISBN: 3-552-05141-4. Meat Loaf: Phönix aus der Hölle Eine Biographie von Patrizia Kurz und Ralf E. Isenbarth Edel, 1994, ISBN: 3-927 801-84-4. To Hell and Back, an Autobiography by Meat Loaf with David Dalton ReganBooks/Harper Collins, 1999, ISBN: 0-06-039293-2. The almost complete Meat Loaf & Jim Steinman lyric archive. Pandora's Box. Patti Russo.

The remaining tracks come from Ellen Foley's 1979 solo album, Night Out. Although these songs weren't written or produced by Steinman (Ian Hunter and Mick Ronson did the honors), they are grandiose enough to fit in with Steinman's epics: "We Belong to the Night" is a hopelessly romantic ode to nocturnal dwellers built on a swelling, string-laden chorus, and "Night Out" features Ellen Foley wailing out a soulful, love-starved vocal that. rivals Meat Loaf at his most intense

Paradise By The Dashboard Light - Meat Loaf. 2. Holding Out for a Hero - Bonnie Tyler. 3. You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night) - Meat Loaf. 8. Dead Ringer for Love - Meat Loaf with Cher. 9. Night Out - Ellen Foley. 10. Total Eclipse of the Heart - Bonnie Tyler. MEAT LOAF & FRIENDS: This might just as accurately be called THE SONGS OF JIM STEINMAN, the eccentric tunesmith whose overwrought BAT OUT OF HELL material matched MEAT LOAF's operatic delivery note for note. In addition to career making classics including the PHIL SPECTOR-esque YOU TOOK THE WORDS RIGHT OUT OF MY MOUTH and the love it or hate it PARADISE BY THE DASHBOARD LIGHT, you'll also experience STEINMAN's own very LOAF-like epic BAD FOR GOOD and the MEAT/CHER match up DEAD RINGER FOR LOVE, sort of a poor man's PARADISE.

James Richard Steinman (born November 1, 1948 in New York City, New York) (more commonly known as Jim Steinman) is an American rock and musical theater composer. He is notable for having written most of Meat Loaf's hit songs, in addition to hits for many other musical artists. His three biggest musical successes are an album Bat Out Of Hell (1977), sung by Meat Loaf, Total Eclipse Of The Heart (1983), sung by Bonnie Tyler, and a German musical Tanz der Vampire (1998).

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Meat Loaf Read 'Em And Weep
Written-By – Jim Steinman
2 Bonnie Tyler Rebel Without A Clue
Written-By – Jim Steinman
3 Jim Steinman Stark Raving Love
Written-By – Jim Steinman
4 Ellen Foley We Belong To The Night
Written-By – Ellen Foley
5 Meat Loaf Nocurtumal Pleasure
Written-By – Jim Steinman
6 Bonnie Tyler, Todd Rundgren Loving You's A Dirty Job (But Somebody's Gotta Do It)
Written-By – Jim Steinman
7 Meat Loaf I'm Gonna Love Her For Both Of Us
Written-By – Jim Steinman
8 Jim Steinman Love And Death And An American Guitar
Written-By – Jim Steinman
9 Bonnie Tyler Have You Ever Seen The Rain
Written-By – John Fogerty
10 Meat Loaf Fallen Angel
Written-By – Dick Wagner


Meat Loaf, Bonnie Tyler, Jim Steinman and Ellen Foley - Rocks and Roll Dream Too
Gallo Records / Sony Music COLUMBIA

Songwriter Jim Steinman's vision of bombastic rock was first realized on the 1977 release of Meat Loaf's BAT OUT OF HELL and has culminated in the current success of Pandora's Box. Through the years Meat Loaf, Jim Steinman, Bonnie Tyler and Ellen Foley have achieved continued success with a unique brand of powerful rock and ROCK AND ROLL DREAMS displays volume 2. the very best of all four talents

Unique to South Africa the compilation features ten tracks - four from each of Meat Loaf and Bonnie Tyler, Ellen Foley from Steinman himself - the classic "Stark Raving Love" from the BAD FOR GOOD album. Also includes Bonnie Tyler's smash hit "Loving You's A Dirty Job" featuring Todd Rundgren.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6001208308206

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
COL 40246 Bonnie Tyler, Jim Steinman, Meat Loaf, Ellen Foley Bonnie Tyler, Jim Steinman, Meat Loaf, Ellen Foley - Rock 'n' Roll Dreams Too ‎(LP, Comp, Ltd, S/Edition) Columbia, Gallo Record Company COL 40246 South Africa 1991