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All Revved Up with No Place to Go (1978-03-25) by Meat LoafAll Revved Up with No Place to Go (1978-03-25) - 4 minutes 20 seconds (540x363, 30 fps, 29.1 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Jim Steinman song from the 1977 Bat Out Of Hell album in the third season of Saturday Night Live, originally airing on March 25th, 1978. Host Christopher Lee gives a hilariously awkward introduction: "And now, ladies and gentlemen, I would like you to meet... Loaf! I beg your pardon? What? Oh! I'm... I'm sorry. Yes, of course. Ladies and gentlemen... Meat Loaf!"
All Revved Up with No Place to Go (1981-12-19) by Meat LoafAll Revved Up with No Place to Go (1981-12-19) - 4 minutes 3 seconds (540x396, 25 fps, 27.1 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Jim Steinman song from the 1977 Bat Out Of Hell album live in Dortmund, Germany.
All Revved Up with No Place to Go (1985) by Meat LoafAll Revved Up with No Place to Go (1985) - 7 minutes 24 seconds (540x422, 25 fps, 53.0 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Jim Steinman song from the 1977 Bat Out Of Hell album live at the Brixton Academy in London in 1985.
All Revved Up with No Place to Go (1991) by Meat LoafAll Revved Up with No Place to Go (1991) - 8 minutes 41 seconds (540x361, 25 fps, 62.1 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Jim Steinman song from the 1977 Bat Out Of Hell album live at Toad's Place in New Haven, Connecticut in March 1991.
Bad Attitude (1985) by Meat LoafBad Attitude (1985) - 6 minutes 18 seconds (540x422, 25 fps, 45.0 MB). Meat Loaf performs this song by Paul Jacobs and Sarah Durkee from the 1984 Bad Attitude album live at the Brixton Academy in London in 1985.
Bad Attitude (1985-02-08) by Meat LoafBad Attitude (1985-02-08) - 5 minutes 13 seconds (540x410, 25 fps, 35.0 MB). "It's the fantastic, enormously brilliant... Meat Loaf!" He performs this song by Paul Jacobs and Sarah Durkee from the 1984 Bad Attitude album live on The Tube. Recorded in Newcastle, England on February 8th, 1985.
Bat out of Hell (1981-12-19) by Meat LoafBat out of Hell (1981-12-19) - 12 minutes 17 seconds (540x396, 25 fps, 82.3 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Jim Steinman song from the 1977 Bat Out Of Hell album live in Dortmund, Germany.
Bat out of Hell (1985) by Meat LoafBat out of Hell (1985) - 11 minutes 1 second (540x422, 25 fps, 78.8 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Jim Steinman song from the 1977 Bat Out Of Hell album live at the Brixton Academy in London in 1985. That's a lovely metallic gold shirt you have there, Meat.
Bat out of Hell (1987) by Meat LoafBat out of Hell (1987) - 11 minutes 44 seconds (540x421, 25 fps, 78.6 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Jim Steinman song from the 1977 Bat Out Of Hell album live at the London Meltdown concert in 1987.
Bat out of Hell (1991) by Meat LoafBat out of Hell (1991) - 17 minutes 13 seconds (540x361, 25 fps, 123.1 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Jim Steinman song from the 1977 Bat Out Of Hell album live at Toad's Place in New Haven, Connecticut in March 1991. Also includes band member introductions afterward (while Amy Goff is changing clothes for Paradise By The Dashboard Light).
Bat out of Hell (1999) by Meat LoafBat out of Hell (1999) - 10 minutes 15 seconds (540x407, 25 fps, 73.3 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Jim Steinman song from the 1977 Bat Out Of Hell album live at the Hard Rock Cafe in New York City in June 1999.
Bat Out Of Hell III (Trailer) by Meat LoafBat Out Of Hell III (Trailer) - 2 minutes 5 seconds (320x240, 30 fps, 5.0 MB). "In the beginning... a renegade sound emerged that would reverberate through the world of rock for years to come. The sound wrapped around you like a winter skin and, like the night when darkness creeps in, Rock 'N Roll dreams came true." A 'trailer' for Meat Loaf's Bat Out Of Hell III: The Monster Is Loose album from 2006.
Blind Before I Stop (1987) by Meat LoafBlind Before I Stop (1987) - 4 minutes 10 seconds (540x421, 25 fps, 27.9 MB). Meat Loaf performs this song from the 1986 Blind Before I Stop album live at the London Meltdown concert in 1987. Song written by Paul Christie, John Golden, and Meat Loaf.
Couldn't Have Said It Better (2003-04-14) by Meat LoafCouldn't Have Said It Better (2003-04-14) - 4 minutes 16 seconds (350x284, 25 fps, 28.5 MB). Meat Loaf and Patti Russo perform this song from the 2003 album of the same name, live on the Today with Des and Mel show (originally broadcast April 14th, 2003). Music was written by Nikki Sixx, with lyrics by James Michael.
Couldn't Have Said It Better (featuring Patti Russo) by Meat LoafCouldn't Have Said It Better (featuring Patti Russo) - 5 minutes 39 seconds (612x360, 25 fps, 37.8 MB). Meat Loaf performs this song as a duet with longtime tour singer Patti Russo for the 2003 album of the same name. Music was written by Nikki Sixx, with lyrics by James Michael.
Dead Ringer for Love (1981-12-19) by Meat LoafDead Ringer for Love (1981-12-19) - 7 minutes 16 seconds (540x396, 25 fps, 48.6 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Jim Steinman song from the 1981 Dead Ringer album live in Dortmund, Germany. Female vocals by Pamela Moore (later known as "Sister Mary" for Operation: Mindcrime).
Dead Ringer for Love (1985) by Meat LoafDead Ringer for Love (1985) - 6 minutes 44 seconds (540x422, 25 fps, 48.2 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Jim Steinman song from the 1981 Dead Ringer album live at the Brixton Academy in London in 1985. Female vocals by Kati Mac (lead) and Doreen Chanter.
Dead Ringer for Love (1987) by Meat LoafDead Ringer for Love (1987) - 7 minutes 43 seconds (540x421, 25 fps, 51.6 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Jim Steinman song from the 1981 Dead Ringer album live at the London Meltdown concert in 1987. Female vocals by sisters Amy and Elaine Goff.
Dead Ringer for Love (featuring Cher) by Meat LoafDead Ringer for Love (featuring Cher) - 5 minutes 23 seconds (540x369, 30 fps, 37.8 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Jim Steinman song as a duet with Cher for the Dead Ringer album in 1981. The song reached #5 on the U.K. singles chart.
Execution Day (1987) by Meat LoafExecution Day (1987) - 6 minutes 52 seconds (540x421, 25 fps, 46.0 MB). Meat Loaf performs this song from the 1986 Blind Before I Stop album live at the London Meltdown concert in 1987. Song written by Meat Loaf and Dick Wagner.
Heaven Can Wait (1994) by Meat LoafHeaven Can Wait (1994) - 6 minutes 49 seconds (546x360, 25 fps, 48.8 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Jim Steinman song from the 1977 Bat Out Of Hell album (he mentions it was actually the first song written for the album) live in Rotterdam, Holland in 1994.
Home By Now/No Matter What (2001) by Meat LoafHome By Now/No Matter What (2001) - 7 minutes 52 seconds (624x360, 25 fps, 56.3 MB). Meat Loaf performs this song from the 1998 Very Best of Meat Loaf album, written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Jim Steinman. Performed live in Europe on the 2001 "Night of the Proms" tour, with a full symphony orchestra and choir.
I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That) by Meat LoafI'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That) - 7 minutes 36 seconds (646x360, 30 fps, 65.4 MB). Meat Loaf performs his hit Jim Steinman song from the 1993 Bat Out Of Hell II: Back Into Hell album. It reached number one on the single charts in twenty eight countries, and is Meat Loaf's only number one solo single. The music video was directed by Michael Bay (now well known for many large budget action films) with cinematography by Daniel Pearl (known particularly for his work on The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and its remake). Meat Loaf's make-up took up to two hours to apply for each of the four days of filming, which took place in Los Angeles County and Beverly Hills, California. The song features a female vocalist who is credited only as "Mrs. Loud" in the album notes, but was later identified as Lorraine Crosby. The video instead features model Dana Patrick miming the vocals.
I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That - 1999) by Meat LoafI'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That - 1999) - 6 minutes 34 seconds (540x407, 25 fps, 47.0 MB). Meat Loaf and Patti Russo perform his #1 hit Jim Steinman song from the 1993 Bat Out Of Hell II: Back Into Hell album live at the Hard Rock Cafe in New York City in June 1999.
I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That - 2001) by Meat LoafI'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That - 2001) - 9 minutes 57 seconds (639x360, 25 fps, 71.2 MB). Meat Loaf and Patti Russo perform his #1 hit Jim Steinman song from the 1993 Bat Out Of Hell II: Back Into Hell album live in Europe on the 2001 "Night of the Proms" tour, with a full symphony orchestra.
I'd Lie For You (And That's The Truth) by Meat LoafI'd Lie For You (And That's The Truth) - 7 minutes 17 seconds (320x262, 25 fps, 16.8 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Diane Warren song from the 1995 Welcome to the Neighbourhood album. It reached #2 on the single charts in the UK, and #13 in the US. The music video was directed by Howard Greenhalgh, and is a direct continuation of Michael Bay's I'd Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That) video. Model Dana Patrick reappears as the woman, with Patti Russo providing the vocals this time around. Much of the video is a homage to Raiders of the Lost Ark with actor Brett Cullen cast as the Indiana Jones equivalent, and Meat Loaf as the sidekick who never seems to get credit for anything.
I'd Lie For You (And That's The Truth - 1996) by Meat LoafI'd Lie For You (And That's The Truth - 1996) - 6 minutes 53 seconds (320x240, 25 fps, 16.1 MB). Meat Loaf and Patti Russo perform this Diane Warren song from the 1995 Welcome to the Neighbourhood album, for a televised concert in 1996.
I'd Lie For You (And That's The Truth - 1999) by Meat LoafI'd Lie For You (And That's The Truth - 1999) - 6 minutes 38 seconds (540x407, 25 fps, 47.4 MB). Meat Loaf and Patti Russo perform this Diane Warren song from the 1995 Welcome to the Neighbourhood album, live at the Hard Rock Cafe in New York City in June 1999.
It's All Coming Back To Me Now by Meat LoafIt's All Coming Back To Me Now - 5 minutes 9 seconds (720x292, 30 fps, 34.5 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Jim Steinman song as a duet with Marion Raven for the Bat Out Of Hell III: The Monster Is Loose album in 2006. Steinman actually wrote the song back in 1983, and it was at one point going to be part of the Meat Loaf's Bat Out Of Hell II: Back Into Hell album. After this didn't happen, it was famously recorded by Celine Dion in 1996 with huge success that topped the charts as a single at #2 in the US and #3 in the UK.
Love and Death & an American Guitar (1981-12-19) by Meat LoafLove and Death & an American Guitar (1981-12-19) - 4 minutes 58 seconds (540x396, 25 fps, 33.3 MB). A performance of Jim Steinman's monologue from the 1981 Bad for Good album, live in Dortmund, Germany. This is followed by an extended introduction sequence with Meat Loaf.
Masculine (1987) by Meat LoafMasculine (1987) - 6 minutes 37 seconds (540x421, 25 fps, 44.3 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Rick Derringer song from the 1986 Blind Before I Stop album live at the London Meltdown concert in 1987.
Masculine (1991) by Meat LoafMasculine (1991) - 12 minutes 5 seconds (540x361, 25 fps, 86.5 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Rick Derringer song from the 1986 Blind Before I Stop album live at Toad's Place in New Haven, Connecticut in March 1991.
Midnight at the Lost and Found (1985) by Meat LoafMidnight at the Lost and Found (1985) - 4 minutes 8 seconds (540x422, 25 fps, 29.6 MB). Meat Loaf performs this song from the poorly received 1983 album of the same name live at the Brixton Academy in London in 1985. Written by Steve Buslowe, Paul Christie, Dan Peyronel, and Meat Loaf.
Midnight at the Lost and Found (1991) by Meat LoafMidnight at the Lost and Found (1991) - 6 minutes 42 seconds (540x361, 25 fps, 47.9 MB). Meat Loaf performs this song from the poorly received 1983 album of the same name live at Toad's Place in New Haven, Connecticut in March 1991. Written by Steve Buslowe, Paul Christie, Dan Peyronel, and Meat Loaf.
Modern Girl (1985) by Meat LoafModern Girl (1985) - 6 minutes 56 seconds (540x422, 25 fps, 49.6 MB). Meat Loaf performs this song by Paul Jacobs and Sarah Durkee from the 1984 Bad Attitude album live at the Brixton Academy in London in 1985.
Modern Girl (1985-02-08) by Meat LoafModern Girl (1985-02-08) - 5 minutes 18 seconds (540x410, 25 fps, 35.5 MB). Meat Loaf performs this song by Paul Jacobs and Sarah Durkee from the 1984 Bad Attitude album live on The Tube. Recorded in Newcastle, England on February 8th, 1985.
Modern Girl (1987) by Meat LoafModern Girl (1987) - 8 minutes 58 seconds (540x421, 25 fps, 60.1 MB). Meat Loaf performs this song by Paul Jacobs and Sarah Durkee from the 1984 Bad Attitude album live at the London Meltdown concert in 1987. Followed by band and backup vocalist introductions.
Objects in the Rear View Mirror May Appear Closer than They Are by Meat LoafObjects in the Rear View Mirror May Appear Closer than They Are - 7 minutes 43 seconds (350x220, 25 fps, 51.6 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Jim Steinman song from the 1993 Bat Out Of Hell II: Back Into Hell album. The music video was directed by Michael Bay (now well known for many large budget action films) with cinematography by Allen Daviau. Filming took place in several locations around Texas including Denton, Slidell, and Valley View. Actor Robert Patrick (best known as the T-1000 from Terminator 2) appears as Kenny's father.
Out of the Frying Pan (And into the Fire - 1991) by Meat LoafOut of the Frying Pan (And into the Fire - 1991) - 11 minutes 51 seconds (540x361, 25 fps, 84.8 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Jim Steinman song live at Toad's Place in New Haven, Connecticut in March 1991. It would later be recorded for the 1993 Bat Out Of Hell II: Back Into Hell album.
Paradise By The Dashboard Light by Meat LoafParadise By The Dashboard Light - 8 minutes 21 seconds (540x414, 30 fps, 56.0 MB). Meat Loaf performs his signature Jim Steinman song from the 1977 Bat Out Of Hell album. While Ellen Foley actually sings the female part in this song, tour singer Karla DeVito is instead shown in the video. This particular video was also featured as a movie trailer played before The Rocky Horror Picture Show in theatres across the United States, to promote the (at the time) slow selling album. Bat Out Of Hell of course grew later to finally become one of the top ten selling albums of all time.
Paradise By The Dashboard Light (1985) by Meat LoafParadise By The Dashboard Light (1985) - 16 minutes 53 seconds (540x422, 25 fps, 120.7 MB). Meat Loaf and Kati Mac perform his signature Jim Steinman song from the 1977 Bat Out Of Hell album live at the Brixton Academy in London in 1985.
Paradise By The Dashboard Light (1991) by Meat LoafParadise By The Dashboard Light (1991) - 17 minutes 12 seconds (540x361, 25 fps, 123.0 MB). Meat Loaf and Amy Goff perform his signature Jim Steinman song from the 1977 Bat Out Of Hell album live at Toad's Place in New Haven, Connecticut in March 1991. The "Loaf Time" (a la MC Hammer) segment amuses the hell out of me everytime I see it...:-)
Paradise By The Dashboard Light (1992 Leap of Faith Version) by Meat LoafParadise By The Dashboard Light (1992 Leap of Faith Version) - 9 minutes 6 seconds (540x375, 30 fps, 59.4 MB). Meat Loaf performs his signature Jim Steinman song in a promotional video for the 1992 film Leap of Faith, in which Meat Loaf plays Hoover the bus driver. The song is also featured on the soundtrack album. In this video, Meat Loaf parodies his role as Eddie in The Rocky Horror Picture Show by performing in an Eddie costume in front of a movie screen that is playing his original Paradise By The Dashboard Light video.
Paradise By The Dashboard Light (1999) by Meat LoafParadise By The Dashboard Light (1999) - 9 minutes 2 seconds (540x407, 25 fps, 64.7 MB). Meat Loaf and Patti Russo perform his signature Jim Steinman song from the 1977 Bat Out Of Hell album in their wedding formals, live at the Hard Rock Cafe in New York City in June 1999. The ending is amusingly censored for VH1, complete with blurred out middle fingers.
Paradise By The Dashboard Light (2001) by Meat LoafParadise By The Dashboard Light (2001) - 10 minutes 3 seconds (632x360, 25 fps, 71.9 MB). Meat Loaf and Patti Russo perform his signature Jim Steinman song from the 1977 Bat Out Of Hell album live in Europe on the 2001 "Night of the Proms" tour, with a full symphony orchestra.
Piece of the Action (1985) by Meat LoafPiece of the Action (1985) - 5 minutes 8 seconds (540x422, 25 fps, 36.7 MB). Meat Loaf performs this song by Paul Jacobs and Sarah Durkee from the 1984 Bad Attitude album live at the Brixton Academy in London in 1985.
Piece of the Action (1985-02-08) by Meat LoafPiece of the Action (1985-02-08) - 4 minutes 28 seconds (540x410, 25 fps, 29.9 MB). Meat Loaf performs this song by Paul Jacobs and Sarah Durkee from the 1984 Bad Attitude album live on The Tube. Recorded in Newcastle, England on February 8th, 1985.
Rock 'n' Roll Medley (1991) by Meat LoafRock 'n' Roll Medley (1991) - 13 minutes 33 seconds (540x361, 25 fps, 97.0 MB). Meat Loaf performs this medley of classic rock'n'roll songs live at Toad's Place in New Haven, Connecticut in March 1991. Covered songs include "Johnny B. Goode" and "Roll Over Beethoven" by Chuck Berry, "Jailhouse Rock" by Elvis Presley, "Blue Suede Shoes" by Carl Perkins, and "Slow Down" by Larry Williams.
Rock 'n' Roll Mercenaries (1987) by Meat LoafRock 'n' Roll Mercenaries (1987) - 4 minutes 7 seconds (540x421, 25 fps, 27.6 MB). Meat Loaf performs this song from the 1986 Blind Before I Stop album live at the London Meltdown concert in 1987. Song written by Michael Dan Ehmig and Alan Hodge.
The Promised Land (1981-12-05) by Meat LoafThe Promised Land (1981-12-05) - 4 minutes 47 seconds (472x360, 30 fps, 22.8 MB). Host Tim Curry introduces musical guest Meat Loaf performing 'The Promised Land' (a Chuck Berry song) in the seventh season of Saturday Night Live, originally airing on December 5th, 1981. "I hacked him to death in the movie we made together, and now he's gonna kill you." The song was later recorded for Meat Loaf's poorly received 1983 album, Midnight at the Lost and Found.
Two out of Three Ain't Bad (1978-03-25) by Meat LoafTwo out of Three Ain't Bad (1978-03-25) - 4 minutes 12 seconds (540x363, 30 fps, 28.1 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Jim Steinman song from the 1977 Bat Out Of Hell album in the third season of Saturday Night Live, originally airing on March 25th, 1978. Jim Steinman himself plays the piano part (uncredited).
Two out of Three Ain't Bad (1985) by Meat LoafTwo out of Three Ain't Bad (1985) - 7 minutes 57 seconds (540x422, 25 fps, 56.8 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Jim Steinman song from the 1977 Bat Out Of Hell album live at the Brixton Academy in London in 1985. The transition from a black leather jacket to a shiny metallic gold shirt is certainly an interesting choice.
Two out of Three Ain't Bad (1991) by Meat LoafTwo out of Three Ain't Bad (1991) - 13 minutes 45 seconds (540x361, 25 fps, 98.4 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Jim Steinman song from the 1977 Bat Out Of Hell album live at Toad's Place in New Haven, Connecticut in March 1991.
You Took the Words Right out of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night - 1987) by Meat LoafYou Took the Words Right out of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night - 1987) - 6 minutes 55 seconds (540x421, 25 fps, 46.3 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Jim Steinman song from the 1977 Bat Out Of Hell album live at the London Meltdown concert in 1987.
You Took the Words Right out of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night - 1991) by Meat LoafYou Took the Words Right out of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night - 1991) - 15 minutes 39 seconds (540x361, 25 fps, 112.0 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Jim Steinman song from the 1977 Bat Out Of Hell album live at Toad's Place in New Haven, Connecticut in March 1991.
You Took the Words Right out of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night - 1999) by Meat LoafYou Took the Words Right out of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night - 1999) - 4 minutes 31 seconds (540x407, 25 fps, 32.3 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Jim Steinman song from the 1977 Bat Out Of Hell album live at the Hard Rock Cafe in New York City in June 1999. He's seated between Pearl Aday (his daughter) and Patti Russo, as backup singers.
You Took the Words Right out of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night - 2001) by Meat LoafYou Took the Words Right out of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night - 2001) - 4 minutes 52 seconds (626x360, 25 fps, 34.8 MB). Meat Loaf performs this Jim Steinman song from the 1977 Bat Out Of Hell album live in Europe on the 2001 "Night of the Proms" tour, with a full symphony orchestra.