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Wario 04 Nov 2010 18:39

"Was That Song Performed Live?" Your questions answered.
 
Here is a list of every song Meat has recorded in the studio.
You'll also see a "Yes", "No", or a "Only Once"and a little description.I hope this helps.

SONGS ARE IN ALBUM ORDER


S&M:

Heavy as Jesus – Possibly performed on the Stoney and Meatloaf tour in 1971
She Waits by the Window– Possibly performed on the Stoney and Meatloaf tour in 1971
It Takes All Kinds of People – Possibly performed on the Stoney and Meatloaf tour in 1971
What you See Is What You Get – Yes, once at the Becon theater in 1995 and most likley performed on the Stoney and Meatloaf tour in 1971
Sunshine (Where's Heaven) – Possibly performed on the Stoney and Meatloaf tour in 1971
Jimmy Bell – possibly performed on the Stoney and Meatloaf tour in 1971
Lady Be Mine – possibly performed on the Stoney and Meatloaf tour in 1971
Jessica White – possibly performed on the Stoney and Meatloaf tour in 1971
Kiss Me Again – possibly performed on the Stoney and Meatloaf tour in 1971
The Way You Do The Things You Do – possibly performed on the Stoney and Meatloaf tour in 1971
Who is the Leader Of The People –possibly performed on the Stoney and Meatloaf tour in 1971
Stone Heart – possibly performed on the Stoney and Meatloaf tour in 1971
Everything under The Sun – possibly performed on the Stoney and Meatloaf tour in 1971

BAT 1:

Bat Out Of Hell – Yes
You Took the Words – Yes
Heaven Can Wait – Yes
All Revved Up – Yes
Two out of Three Aint Bad – Yes
Paradise By the Dashboard Light – Yes
For Crying Out Loud – Yes

DR:

Peel Out – No
I’m Gonna Love Her For Both Of Us – Yes
I’ll Kill You If you Don’t Come Back –Yes. Meat said he performed it in 1981.
Read “Em and Weep – Yes. Only Once in its full live arrangement In Sweden, 1981, abridged once on TV in 1982, and sung partially during the Storytellers Tour in 1999
Nocturnal Pleasure – Yes
Dead Ringer For Love – Yes
Everything Is Permitted – Yes

MATLAF:

Razor’s Edge – Yes
Midnight at the Lost & Found – Yes
Keep Driving – No
Wolf At Your Door – No
The Promised Land – Yes
Don’t You Look at Me Like That – No
Fallen Angel – No, but according to my dad he heard it at Norway’s sound check in 1983
If You Really Want To – Only Once, performed at the Norway show my dad went to in 1983.
Priscilla – No

BA:

Bad Attitude – Yes
Modern Girl – Yes
Nowhere Fast – Yes
Surf's Up – Only Once at a Storytellers Concert in 1999

Piece of the Action – Yes
Jumpin' the Gun – Yes
Cheatin' in Your Dreams – No

Don't Leave Your Mark on Me – No
Sailor to a Siren – Only Once at a Storytellers Concert in 1999 and it was sung in its majority by the requester


BBIS:

Execution Day – Yes
Rock 'n' Roll Mercenaries – Yes

Gettin' Away with Murder – Yes
One More Kiss (Night of the Soft Parade) – Only Once in Edinburgh, 1987
Blind Before I Stop – Yes
Burning Down – Yes
Standing on the Outside – No
Masculine – Yes
A Man and a Woman – No
Special Girl – Yes. Twice, in Birmingham and Dusseldorf, 1987
Rock 'n' Roll Hero – Yes


BAT 2:

I'd Do Anything for Love – Yes
Life Is a Lemon – Yes
Rock and Roll Dreams – Yes
It Just Won't Quit –Only Once at a Storytellers Concert in 1999
Out of the Frying Pan – Yes
Objects in the Rear View Mirror – Yes
Wasted Youth – Yes
Everything Louder than Everything Else – Yes
Good Girls Go to Heaven – Only Once on Live Around the World
Back Into Hell - No
Lost Boys and Golden Girls – Yes


WTTN:

Where the Rubber Meets the Road – Yes
I'd Lie for You (And That's the Truth – Yes
Original Sin – Yes
45 Seconds of Ecstasy – Yes
Runnin' for the Red Light - No, but it would surprise me it was arranged being the third single and all

Fiesta de las Almas Perdidas - No
Left in the Dark – Yes
Not a Dry Eye in the House - No
Amnesty is Granted - No
If This Is the Last Kiss - No
Martha – Yes he used to sing with with Popcorn Blizzard/The Flying Circus/Meat Loaf soul in the late 60’s-early 70’s. Never on the Born to Rock Tour.
Where Angels Sing – No


CHSIB:

Couldn't Have Said It Better – Yes
Did I Say That? – Yes
Why Isn't That Enough? – No
Love You Out Loud – Yes
Man of Steel – No
Intermezzo – Only Once during an acoustic session on BBC Radio in 2003
Testify – Yes
Tear Me Down – Yes
You're Right, I Was Wrong – No
Because of You – Yes
Do It! – Yes
Forever Young – Yes
Mercury Blues – Yes


BAT 3:

The Monster Is Loose – Yes
Blind as a Bat – Yes
It's All Coming Back to Me Now – Yes

Bad for Good – Yes
Cry over Me – No, but was performed at rehersals
In the Land of the Pig, The Butcher Is King– Yes

Monstro – No
Alive – No
If God Could Talk – No
If It Ain't Broke, Break It – Yes

What About Love? – No
Seize the Night – Yes
The Future Ain't What It Used to Be – No
Cry to Heaven – No


HCTB


Peace on Earth Yes
Living on the Outside Yes
Los Angeloser Yes
If I Cant Have You
No, buts its been used as a sound check
Love is not Real No
Song of Madness Yes
Like a Rose No, buts its been used as a sound check
Did You Ever Love Somebody?
No
California isn’t big Enough No
Running Away From Me No
Lets Be In Love No
If It Rains No
Elvis In Vegas No

RARE SONGS:

Hot Patootie - Yes
Hammerdown – Yes, only once at Cleveland Music Hall in 1978
Writings on the Wall – No, but Nudgent probably did
Street Rats – No, but Ted Nudgent probably did
I love You So I told You a Lie – No, but Ted Nudgent probably did
Together – No, but ted Nudgent probably did
More Then You Deserve – Yes
Stand By Me No
Keeper Keep Us No
A Time For Heroes No
Take A Number No
Keeper Keep Us No
Clap your Hands No
Boneyard Yes
Prize Fight Lover No
Don’t Get me Goin No
Unsaid No
Decedent Wish No
Black Betty Yes
Whore Yes
Lost Love No
RPM No
Presence of the Lord No
O’ What A Beautiful Morning No
Tonight is Right For Love No
Some Body Loves Me No
Thrashin No
Hearts On Fire (Car Trouble) No

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unbekannt 04 Nov 2010 18:57

Maybe I don't get the point of this list, but „Not a Dry Eye in the House“ & „Amnesty is Granted“ were performed live?! :nuts:

Evil One 04 Nov 2010 19:00

This list is bollocks. :twisted:

Quote:

Originally Posted by WarioLoaf (Post 528521)
Was That Song Performed Live? Your questions answered.

Quote:

Originally Posted by WarioLoaf (Post 528521)
Heavy as Jesus Possibly performed

All my questions answered with yes, no or possibly! :lol:


Quote:

Originally Posted by WarioLoaf (Post 528521)
Read “Em and Weep – Yes. Only Once in its full live arrangement In Sweden, 1981, abridged once on TV in 1982, and sung partially during the Storytellers Tour in 1999

It's going to be on the forthcoming Wembley '82 DVD as you have pointed out yourself. :roll:

evil nickname 04 Nov 2010 19:03

Quote:

Martha – Yes he used to sing with with Popcorn Blizzard/The Flying Circus/Meat Loaf soul in the late 60’s-early 70’s. Never on the Born to Rock Tour.
Weren't those bands over and done with in late 1969, 4 years before "Closing Time", the Tom Waits album "Martha" appears on, was released?

Quote:

Because of You – Yes
You sure? When?

Evil One 04 Nov 2010 19:07

When exactly did Meat ever sing Seize The Night?
Why have you not listed the Storytellers GGGTH performances.
I'm pretty sure Surf's Up was done twice on the Storytellers tour.
When did he ever do Everything Is Permitted?
Just because your dad only heard a song at one concert doesn't mean Meat didn't do it at another.

unbekannt 04 Nov 2010 19:12

Quote:

Originally Posted by Evil One (Post 528526)
When exactly did Meat ever sing Seize The Night?

2007, Bremen, Germany. Or I'm getting old and senile… :lol:

Edit: It wasn't Meat singing, it was just the band… or am I wrong?

A Slice Of English 04 Nov 2010 19:17

Yikes, this thread is a mess already.

Evil One 04 Nov 2010 19:18

Quote:

Originally Posted by unbekannt (Post 528527)
Edit: It wasn't Meat singing, it was just the band… or am I wrong?

You are not wrong. The band sang it at most, if not all of the 3 Bats shows. Meat didn't though. :twisted:

duke knooby 04 Nov 2010 19:21

did mr loaf do read em and weep on european leg 2 of the 3 bats tour?

The Flying Mouse 04 Nov 2010 19:21

:twisted: There was a ML&S tour? :rly:

samurai7 04 Nov 2010 19:23

Quote:

Originally Posted by duke knooby (Post 528530)
did mr loaf do read em and weep on european leg 2 of the 3 bats tour?

thought that was IGLHFB (I didn't see it though)

duke knooby 04 Nov 2010 19:24

Quote:

Originally Posted by samurai7 (Post 528532)
thought that was IGLHFB (I didn't see it though)

oops :oops:

i'll be quiet again

unbekannt 04 Nov 2010 19:25

Quote:

Originally Posted by Evil One (Post 528529)
You are not wrong. The band sang it at most, if not all of the 3 Bats shows. Meat didn't though. :twisted:

Nevertheless, it was a live performance of parts of the song… ;)

Sarge 04 Nov 2010 19:54

Quote:

Originally Posted by evil nickname (Post 528524)
Weren't those bands over and done with in late 1969, 4 years before "Closing Time", the Tom Waits album "Martha" appears on, was released?

I asked a similar question not that long ago. :?

http://www.mlukfc.com/forums/showthr...t=5839&page=12

Quote:

Originally Posted by WarioLoaf (Post 528521)
Amnesty is Granted - No

You must have missed the Casa De Carne Tour and the last live CD.

Quote:

Originally Posted by WarioLoaf (Post 528521)
Stand By Me No

What about the AIDS Day Benefit?

allrevvedup 04 Nov 2010 19:56

The Beacon Theatre show, live in the neighbourhood or whatever it was called, had both Amnesty and Not A Dry Eye in the house

Wario...very disappointed

:down:

Wario 04 Nov 2010 20:20

Dry eye and amnesty were mistakes. I pasted the wrong thing there.

i didnt even think about stand by me with boy George.

And I forgot about the RAW wembley '82 release

shoot me now. 4/200 songs aint bad

and they did promote the S&M. Meat even said when they performed, Stoney would sing while he did the theatrics. In the book he even says the band didnt think he was too hot at singing.

Monstro 04 Nov 2010 20:30

May I ask when Meat performed Seize The Night?

Evil One 04 Nov 2010 20:36

He didn't. The band did.

Monstro 04 Nov 2010 20:37

And only a small part of it

LucyK! 04 Nov 2010 21:15

I literally could not wait to read the responses to this thread, even before I'd finished the first post! :lol:

Monstro 04 Nov 2010 21:56

I think the thread could be great, just needs all the info gathered to be put on original post

Wario 04 Nov 2010 22:14

I mean, I only flubbed four things. only major mistake was dry eye and amnesty...

Evil One 04 Nov 2010 22:25

Where Angels Sing was done on the Storytellers tour.

carole 04 Nov 2010 23:50

Quote:

Originally Posted by Evil One (Post 528543)
He didn't. The band did.

In my mind, that doesn't count if Meat didn't sing it, and it wasn't the whole song.

Carole

Kev 06 Nov 2010 12:44

Hmmm, some more too that were not done live (or aren't actually live on the CDs) and sound checks. Good Girls from Live Around The World, Most of the Storytellers CD and the CHSIB bonus live tracks from the album?


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