Live (Meat Loaf Video)

Live (Meat Loaf Video)

Live is a live video of Meat Loaf, recorded at the Wembley Arena in London, on April 29, 1982. According to a misprint on some versions, the songs "Paradise by the Dashboard Light" and "Read 'Em and Weep" were also performed, but neither song was ever released.

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Live (Meat Loaf Video) - Personnel
... Meat Loaf Vocals, Guitar Mark Doyle Guitars Steve Hunter Guitars Steve Buslowe Bass, Backing Vocals Paul Jacobs Piano, Guitar, Backing Vocals George Meyer Keyboards, Backing Vocals Terry Williams Drums Pamela Moore Female Lead and Backing Vocals Eric Troyer Backing Vocals Ted Neeley Backing Vocals Meat Loaf Studio albums Stoney Meatloaf (1971) Bat Out of Hell (1977) Dead Ringer (1981) Midnight at the Lost and Found (1983) Bad Attitude (1984) Blind Before I Stop (1986) Bat Out of Hell II Back into Hell (1993) Welcome to the Neighbourhood (1995) Couldn't Have Said It Better (2003) Bat Out of Hell III The Monster Is Loose (2006) Hang Cool Teddy Bear (2010) Hell in a Handbasket (2011) Live albums Live at Wembley (1987) Live Around the World (1996) VH1 Storytellers (1999) Bat out of Hell Live with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (2004) 3 Bats Live (2008) Compilations Hits out of Hell (1984) The Big Ones (1984) Heaven Hell (1989) Paradise By The Dashboardlight (The Very Best of) (1991) Back From Hell! The Very Best of Meat Loaf (1993) Back From Hell Again! - The Very Best of Meat Loaf Vol. 2 (1994) Alive In Hell (1994) Heaven Can Wait – The Best Ballads of Meat Loaf Vol ...

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