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Meat Loaf: Live with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (2004)

Meat Loaf is back with a show recorded live in Melbourne, Australia, with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.




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Cast overview:
Patti Russo ...
Herself - Lead Female Vocals
Kasim Sulton ...
Himself - Bass Guitar
John Miceli ...
Himself - Drummer
Mark Alexander ...
Himself - Keyboards
Paul Crook ...
Himself - Guitar
Randy Flowers ...
Himself - Guitar / Keyboards
Carolyn Coletti ...
Herself - Backing Vocals (as CC)
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra ...
Keith Levenson ...
Himself - Conductor


Meat Loaf is back with a show recorded live in Melbourne, Australia, with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. Written by Richard

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18 October 2004 (UK)  »

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Meatloaf rocks down under
13 March 2005 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Meatloaf with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra is a definite top shelf rock music DVD. The big man belts out the classics and proves yet again that he doesn't just do music - he IS music.. and it comes from every pore as he delivers all the best hits from 30 years of rocking. Its obvious from this DVD that its the audience, not Meatloaf, who is in danger of not keeping up.

The Neverland Express is at full pace with Paul, Randy, and Kasim working like hyena's on the guitars while Mark lights up everything with keys on it. C.C. keeps the band (and the choirboys) hot while Patti Russo partners the big man with splendid animation and spectacular voice.

Keith Levinsen leads the orchestra which fills out the already big tracks,. Watch for the best brown-eyed girl you ever saw playing a cello, and check out the percussionist guy who gets a solid workout to Steinmans music.

I attended the Melbourne concert and am well qualified to say that this DVD is an essential keepsake for everyone who went and compulsory viewing for all those who couldn't make it on the night.

Sit close to the screen and play it loud for best results !

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