Bat Out of Hell (A Guitar Instrumental)

Guitorb schrieb am 29.11.2015 um 20:14 Uhr
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Titel: Bat out of Hell (Mood Organ) Inst

Besides the cover art , I also stole a little MIDI exerpt of the piano from FreeMIDI.org (anonymous user). You'll notice that it's much shorter in duration than Jim Steinman's original (I can only hold someone's attention for a few minutes with solo guitar). I hope you like it. And I hope it inspires you to spin the original by Meat Loaf. It's a great song from a great time in history.

-All the Best,Teddy

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JuanIsidoro schrieb am 29.11.2015 um 20:38 Uhr

I had this album... when I was a teenager ....

superb played

 Juan

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Hola

Me llamo Juan Isidoro. Soy de Sevilla al sur de España.Trabajo en un camion y hago musica por placer.

Espero que os guste.

Juan
My name is juan Isidoro. I’m from Seville in southern Spain.
Working a truck and do music for pleasure.I hope you like.

 

 

Ehemaliger User schrieb am 29.11.2015 um 21:48 Uhr

Hi Teddy:

You've done this "Meatloaf" classic a great service.  Always a pleasure listening to a prolific guitarist.

Good stuff, buddy.

Griff

Nickillus schrieb am 30.11.2015 um 01:24 Uhr

Guitorb Out of Hell.  Great version of a much loved classic.  Your guitar performance is superb. You've imbued it with your own personality somehow, but taken nothing away.  I'm not even noticing the piano . . . . oh hang on, there it is right at the end.  Subtly used.  Nice.

Cheers,
Nick

Ehemaliger User schrieb am 30.11.2015 um 15:07 Uhr

great music , complinent , this track is very good

Franco

 

Hawe_Projects schrieb am 30.11.2015 um 17:18 Uhr

Das Original kenne ich, hab ich noch als LP irgendwo..

Deine Version ist toll als Git.-Instrumenal umgesetzt.

Gerne gehört

Hawe

SpriteBat schrieb am 01.12.2015 um 03:38 Uhr

Yes, it did inspire me to listen to the original.  It was before my time, but I had the benefit of hearing it from my parents. My brother and I used to jokingly impersonate that signature style of the vocals. We didn't know the lyrics, so it usually consisted of "Like a badadaba badaba badaba da na naaah!"  I guess it's safe to say I wasn't old enough to appreciate it, but now when I go back maybe 15(?) years later, it really moved me and I heard it in a whole new way! Thanks for bringing it to my attention through your great, very original cover. FYI, I'm sure you could hold our attention for the full version if you ever decide to do that.

Best wishes.

PS: Wait, so was this song pretty well known/popular back then, like mainstream? God, that would never happen today! Makes me sad. I mean I figure there would have been a radio edit, but still...

Talan schrieb am 01.12.2015 um 11:31 Uhr

nice song, good work.

Greets Peter

MW73 schrieb am 08.12.2015 um 10:11 Uhr

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beabea schrieb am 11.12.2015 um 23:31 Uhr

...jim steinman...hadn't thought of him for years...this is an inspiring interpretation...