|re: Why didn't Todd produce Dead Ringer?|
||rockfenris2005 12:11 pm MST 12/21/16|
|In reply to:||re: Why didn't Todd produce Dead Ringer? - fnord 11:59 am MST 12/21/16|
Yeah, this makes sense to me. Jim said though they ended up giving up on "Dead ringer" - it's in the interview "The other side of the tracks" or something like that, where he talks about "The dream engine" and how terrible "Grease" is - because they just struggled trying to put Meat's vocals together and couldn't go on. That's when they stepped out, I believe, and Meat and Galfas finished it off.
> I'm speculating, but I get the impression that Todd was
> going to do it and he worked on the Renegade Angel demos
> that became Bad For Good. The demos got touched up without
> Meat's vocals (possibly with Jim taking over production is
> Todd left) and became Jim's album.
> When it became clear that Meat needed a whole other album
> of material for his second album, I suspect Jim was going
> to produce it. DR liner notes say something like "Basic
> tracks produced by Jim Steinman." When Jim and Meat had
> their falling out during the recording, Jim stepped away
> and Stephen Galfas was brought in to salvage the sessions
> and the mixing.
> But that's just a guess.
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