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8 thoughts on “ Kiss Me Again - MeatLoaf* - Featuring Stoney & Meatloaf (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. In , Meat Loaf was signed to Motown Records' Rare Earth subsidiary in a vocal duo with a woman named Stoney. Rare Earth released a couple of singles and an album (Stoney and Meatloaf, September , Rare Earth ), getting some minor chart action out of one of the singles.
  2. Meatloaf - Featuring Stoney & Meatloaf - mascamasseseemdaistelenenifvani.coinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime CDs & Vinyl Go Search EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. Best Sellers Gift Ideas New Releases Whole Foods Today's Deals AmazonBasics Coupons Gift .
  3. Jim Steinman once commented that his biggest -- and heaviest -- protégé, Meat Loaf, required larger-than-life material because he couldn't sing down-to-life-sized mascamasseseemdaistelenenifvani.coinfo first Loaf album, released to little fanfare in before the singer and Steinman became a steady coupling, disproves this, somewhat, by offering Meat the surges and releases of a gospel cadence; the opening "(I'd Love.
  4. Jul 04,  · Meat Loaf, dessen Name auf dem Album "Meatloaf" war, hatte einen kleinen Hit mit "What You See Is What You Get". Meat Loaf - featuring Stoney & Meatloaf - Kiss Me mascamasseseemdaistelenenifvani.coinfo - .
  5. Cover, spine and label credits this album to Meatloaf but it is clearly by Stoney & Meatloaf. This is a rerelease of the original album with some remixed tracks. (P) [A1 to A3, B1 to B5], (P) [A4, A5, B6] Motown Record Corporation. Remixed and mastered at Motown Recording Studios, Hollywood, California/5(7).
  6. The album was re-released several times with a different track listing under the title Featuring Stoney and Meat Loaf. Firstly in 19on the Prodigal label (PDL ) and again in on Tamla Motown (ZL ). The album contained most (but not all) of the tracks on the original album; "(I'd Love to Be) As Heavy as Jesus" and "Game of Love" were not on the reissue.
  7. May 11,  · Stoney and Meatloaf has never seen a CD release, although tracks were remixed to emphasize Meat Loaf’s vocals for a LP on Motown’s Prodigal imprint which also included three previously-unreleased songs. (Could more reside in the Motown vault?
  8. The little-known collaborative album of singer Meat Loaf and female vocalist Shaun Murphy, originally released in This is a re-release omits 4 songs from the original Rare Earth Records release, however, it adds 4 previously unreleased songs.

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