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Meat Loaf - Live At The Bottom Line (1977-11-29): 10 sound files        3,346 views

Meat Loaf performs live at The Bottom Line in New York City on November 29th, 1977. The show was broadcast live in its entirety on WNEW-FM radio, and is one of the earliest recordings of Meat Loaf on tour after the Bat Out Of Hell album was released. Meat Loaf says during the performance that he thinks it's about their eleventh show together. All songs are by Jim Steinman apart from one cover song ("River Deep - Mountain High"), and Jim Steinman himself plays piano here. Female vocals are by Karla DeVito. All sound files taken from DIME.

  1. Introduction / Bolero - 4:35, 235 kbps MP3, 7.7 MB (26.8 MB lossless FLAC also available)
  2. Bat out of Hell - 10:26, 252 kbps MP3, 18.8 MB (63.0 MB lossless FLAC also available). Written by Jim Steinman.
  3. You Took the Words Right out of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night) - 5:57, 261 kbps MP3, 11.1 MB (36.3 MB lossless FLAC also available). Written by Jim Steinman.
  4. For Crying Out Loud - 9:37, 254 kbps MP3, 17.5 MB (57.5 MB lossless FLAC also available). Written by Jim Steinman.
  5. Paradise By The Dashboard Light - 9:32, 263 kbps MP3, 17.9 MB (59.4 MB lossless FLAC also available). Written by Jim Steinman. Female vocals by Karla DeVito.
  6. Band Introductions - 2:48, 252 kbps MP3, 5.0 MB (16.8 MB lossless FLAC also available)
  7. Love and Death & an American Guitar - 0:45, 260 kbps MP3, 1.4 MB (4.6 MB lossless FLAC also available). Spoken word monologue, written by Jim Steinman.
  8. All Revved Up with No Place to Go - 8:16, 250 kbps MP3, 14.8 MB (50.4 MB lossless FLAC also available). Written by Jim Steinman.
  9. River Deep - Mountain High - 8:16, 259 kbps MP3, 15.3 MB (50.8 MB lossless FLAC also available). Written by Phil Spector, Jeff Barry, and Ellie Greenwich. Originally recorded by Tina Turner.
  10. Two out of Three Ain't Bad - 7:02, 250 kbps MP3, 12.6 MB (42.2 MB lossless FLAC also available). Written by Jim Steinman. Also inclues a short reprise of "All Revved Up with No Place to Go".