|re: BOOH Musical is awesome|
||Jsteinfan 06:11 am MST 04/02/17|
|In reply to:||BOOH Musical is awesome - LeeLapHang 06:18 pm MST 04/01/17|
|Welcome! Very True. No one wants regrets but everyone has some. The question is how many. When it comes to Steinman Shows - I've tried to go to everything but I do have regrets. 1) I didn't go to Jim's 2011 Amherst talk 2) I haven't yet seen Tanz 3) I didn't go to his hall of fame abduction|
out of these 3 there's only one I can fix. Thank god Tanz isn't slowing down.
I had a weird dream last night that I hired Michael Reed and Steven Spielberg to work on a documentary about water quality on Long Island.
> Just watched some clips on youtube. It's awesome. Just
> like a dream comes true. Planning to go to Manchester and
> London for the show.
> The best song in the show must be What Part of My Body
> Hurts the Most. It touches the emotional core of
> everyone, irrespective of the cultural backgrounds.
> I must say Jim Steinman is a genius and his works have
> profound impacts on my life. I have been listening to Jim
> Steinman's songs since I was 16 when I studied abroad in
> England. It was 1993 and when I first listened "Anything
> for Love", I melted. Jim Steinman's songs are purely
> escapism. Whenever I feel sad, I listen to those songs.
> When I finish listening, I have to face all those problems
> in reality again.
> "Braver Than We Are" is a disappointment. Although Jim
> Steinman's songs are as great as ever, Meat Loaf has lost
> the voice and momentum sing those songs. He still has the
> passion but he can't hit those high notes anymore. I love
> Meat Loaf but I think this should be his last album.
> Fortunately BOOH Musical is a success and it has proved,
> once again, that Jim Steinman's songs are timeless and
> I must go to Manchester and London to watch the show live.
> I don't want to have any regrets in my life.
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