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Steinman
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tobyaw

I’m not an obsessive, really. I just happen to like listening to songs by Jim Steinman. And with Spotify suddenly opening up a searchable archive of music, I’ve been making a list of all the various Steinman songs and covers that I’ve come across. No doubt there will be others; I’ll add them when I find them. Let me know what I’ve missed.

Bat out of Hell Meat Loaf (1977)

Bad for Good Jim Steinman (1981)

Dead Ringer Meat Loaf (1981)

Faster Than the Speed of Night Bonnie Tyler (1983)

Greatest Hits Air Supply (1983)
Making Love Out Of Nothing At All

Greatest Hits Vol. II Barry Manilow (1983)
Read ’em and Weep

Street of Fire soundtrack (1984)
Nowhere Fast Fire Inc.
Tonight is What it Means to be Young Fire Inc.

Bad Attitude Meat Loaf (1984)
Nowhere Fast
Surf’s Up

Emotion Barbra Streisand (1984)
Left in the Dark

Secret Dreams and Forbidden Fire Bonnie Tyler (1985)

Floodland The Sisters of Mercy (1987)
Dominion / Mother Russia
This Corrosion

Original Sin Pandora’s Box (1989)

Vision Thing The Sisters of Mercy (1990)
More

Bat out of Hell II: Back into Hell Meat Loaf (1993)

The Shadow soundtrack (1994)
Original Sin Taylor Dayne

Welcome to the Neighborhood Meat Loaf (1995)
Original Sin
Left in the Dark

Free Spirit Bonnie Tyler (1995)
Making Love Out of Nothing At All

Falling Into You Céline Dion (1996)
It’s All Coming Back to Me Now

Whistle Down the Wind (1998)

Simply Believe Bonnie Tyler (2004)
Si demain… (Turn Around) Bonnie Tyler and Kareen Antonn

Bat Out of Hell III: The Monster is Loose Meat Loaf (2006)
It’s All Coming Back to Me Now
Bad for Good
In the Land of the Pig, The Butcher Is King
If It Ain’t Broke, Break It
Seize the Night
The Future Ain’t What It Used to Be
Cry to Heaven

The Love Album Westlife (2006)
Total Eclipse of the Heart

Broadly I’ve linked to albums where Steinman wrote and/or produced all the songs; otherwise I’ve linked to individual tracks. I’ve generally ignored individual tracks where he produced other peoples’ songs, unless they are particularly noteworthy. And there can be no argument that “Bad for Good” is the best album in the world. Ever.


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I’m not an obsessive, really.

Are you completely sure about that?

there can be no argument that “Bad for Good” is the best album in the world. Ever.

Are you completely sure about that?

;-)

I adore Jim Steinman's work as well. Totally awesome.

The Bear was luck enough to "work" on the first Steinman album and has been a major fan ever since.

We hoped you might have listed something we had missed but no such luck.

Can't think of anything you missed.
Bat out of Hell is a total joy. We still have the "white" labile. Sometimes wonder what it will fetch when the kids sell it- 'cause I never will!

We’ve seen Meat Loaf in concert a few times, but I’ve determined that the live show never quite matches up to the recorded output. Well, to the Steinman-produced records, anyway.

I hadn’t heard the Streisand “Left in the Dark” until Kate suggested I search for it a couple of weeks ago. And I listened to Tyler’s “Making Love Out of Nothing At All” for the first time today. Makes me confident that there are other gems out there, still to be found.

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