What Meat Loaf wouldn’t do for love

10 thoughts on “What Meat Loaf wouldn’t do for love”

      1. I saw an interview where he explained every song had a character and was like its own little play. I crossed paths with him twice in my life. once, as a cocktail waitress when he came in to put his hands in our cement blocks outside, the second time, not much later, when he was running down a beach in Florida, not kidding

      2. It just was a weirdest of circumstances- first case i was working at a music cafe/bar and many musicians who were playing in town would stop in to put their hands in cement, a couple of months later I ran into him as he was running down a beach in Florida when I was walking down a beach. He was hard to miss as he was wearing a Speedo)

  1. I’ve been a Meat Loaf fan since around 1979. It about broke my heart when I heard the news. It was at about 1:45 am Friday morning – I was up working very late (I build websites from home). Saw a notification come in from WaPo that he had passed. Started playing his music then, and didn’t stop until yesterday afternoon.

  2. He had a great voice. I got his first album on tape and my sons wore it out and I had to get aonother. Finally replaced it with a CD.

    1. Isn’t it fun when you and your kids love the same music? You can play it as loud and as long as you want and everybody loves it. (Speaking from experience!)

... and that's my two cents