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Old 01-18-2022, 09:43 AM   #1001
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They can’t even say “stag” correctly.
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Old 01-20-2022, 03:56 PM   #1002
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RIP Elza Soares, a real legend.

It's not always that you can find someone with fantastic albums released in 1961 and 2015, and in virtually every decade in between. For a foreign audience, I really recommend The Woman at the End of the World, which she recorded at 85 years of age. A volcano of a singer.

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RIP Elza Soares, a real legend.

It's not always that you can find someone with fantastic albums released in 1961 and 2015, and in virtually every decade in between. For a foreign audience, I really recommend The Woman at the End of the World, which she recorded at 85 years of age. A volcano of a singer.

That song was magnificent. Thank you for sharing.
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That song was magnificent. Thank you for sharing.


The lyrics are a perfect goodbye, as the song ends with her singing “I will sing until the end” repeatedly.
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Old 01-21-2022, 03:23 AM   #1006
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I think I might cry all night.

I never saw him live.
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Old 01-21-2022, 03:25 AM   #1007
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Goddamnit, 2022, can you chill the fuck out? Sheesh.

Sad to hear this news.
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I honestly think this is my favorite song by Meat Loaf. I know it should be something else, but I think this is the best of everything he was. Bombastic, larger than life. Louder than everything else.

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My mom had this one on a mix tape - I remember her playing it all the time when I was a kid:

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My favorite has always been:




RIP

He can reunite with Steinman now and make great dramatic music in Heaven.
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With the rise of FM radio in the early 80's, a lot of 70's rock had major staying power a decade later. I started working in a restaurant in Hampton Beach at that time when I was just 13, and we had some older kids who were the line cooks, and they would blast a bunch of different classic rock albums, but none more so than Bat Out Of Hell. That was my entry point to that album and I have such fond memories of it.

RIP Meat Loaf.
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I want to express some appreciation for Meat Loaf in the Rocky Horror Picture Show. That's where I first learned about him and his music. RIP.
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With the rise of FM radio in the early 80's, a lot of 70's rock had major staying power a decade later. I started working in a restaurant in Hampton Beach at that time when I was just 13, and we had some older kids who were the line cooks, and they would blast a bunch of different classic rock albums, but none more so than Bat Out Of Hell. That was my entry point to that album and I have such fond memories of it.

RIP Meat Loaf.
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I want to express some appreciation for Meat Loaf in the Rocky Horror Picture Show. That's where I first learned about him and his music. RIP.
My intro to Meat Loaf, outside of "I Would Do Anything for Love..." being inescapable in the 90s, was actually the VH1 made for TV movie about his life . That movie, for whatever reason, stuck with me like glue. I still didn't become a big fan until a decade later, but I always loved the PERSON. When I found out he was in "Rocky Horror" it was just another in a large chain of arguments I made to convince my mom that she was being incredibly unfair in forbidding me from watching that film until I was 18 .
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https://www.tmz.com/2022/01/21/meat-...d-dies-singer/

TMZ saying 'Rona killed Meatloaf
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"Random Music Talk CXXX: Meat Loaf in Heaven." Somebody make it.
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