Class Notes - The Beatles The Long Winding Road The Long...

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The Beatles The Long Winding Road “The Long and Winding Road” (two versions) The naked version without Spector’s production Wall of Sound with Spector’s production Jim Steinman Brings back the Wall of Sound in the 70s His writing and production style is influenced by Richard Wagner, Phil Spector, and Bruce Springsteen Meat Loaf : Bat Out of Hell (1977) “Paradise by the Dashboard Light” feat. Ellen Folley Meat Loaf: Bat Out of Hell “Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad” Meat Loaf : Bat Out of Hell 2: Back Into Hell “I’d Do Anything for Love” Meat Loaf : Beat Out of Hell 3: The Monster is Loose “It’s All Coming Back to Me Now” Bonnie Tyler : “It’s A Heartache” before Steinman’s influence Bonnie Tyler : “Total Eclipse of the Heart” with Steinman’s brilliant magic Air Supply : “Lost in Love” before Steinman Air Supply: “Making Love Out of Nothing at All” with Steinman’s influence Three out of four artists covered today have their songs featured in Dr. Pepper commercials (Kiss, Queen, Meat Loaf) Mainstream Rock in the 1970s (Pop Rock/Country Rock)
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