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That was brought home to me in pre-production when I asked who wrote each song on the demos, who played what guitar solo, and no one had the slightest idea. Steinman has often been accused of debasing emotions by so brazenly manipulating them in the listener. The classic Steinman song opens with deep melancholy strains of a piano where the singer, voice invariably quivering on the edge of tears, leads us through lachrymose verse to triumphant chorus, familiarizing us immediately with a melody that will then be repeated between three and nine times with varying degrees of loudness.
Every song, in fact, appears as resoundingly empty and bullying as a Coca-Cola anthem. His songs are so explicitly grandiloquent and pompous in their intent, they offend good taste. Only Dire Straits, and then only once with the tactically restrained but nevertheless awesomely crude "Romeo and Juliet," have matched Steinman for emotional thuggery.
Steinman's not merely sentimental, he's sentimentally licentious. Pitiless and implacable. You will weep. Love is one of the forces that can easily obsess and enslave and turn people into jelly. At any point in their lives, it can retrigger something that will enslave them. If Steinman's songs are poignant at all, then they are so in the most devious but undeniably ingenious way. They are custom-built to retrigger and simultaneously mythologies our passions.
With Meat Loaf, Tyler, and now Pandora's Box, a half-forgotten trickle of feeling turns into a torrent of tearful recollection. It's really no wonder Steinman's songs, in terms of sales, rank alongside the most successful ever. Steinman genuinely understands us better than Morrissey.
What's more, he understands how little there is to understand. And that is the conclusion of a very intelligent man. Steinman, not surprisingly, disagrees, claiming he genuinely deals with what he calls, "the dark side of love. For example, the first single by Pandora's Box, "It's All Coming Back To Me Now" can, if given an oblique post-interview reading, be seen to chronicle Heathcliff's sad last dance with the dead body of Cathy.
This rather depends, however, upon knowing that Steinman wrote the song while, "under the influence of 'Wuthering Heights''" and, beyond that, assumes a knowledge of "Wuthering Heights" itself. It says that, at any point in somebody's life, when they loved somebody strongly enough and that person returns, a certain touch, a certain physical gesture can turn them from being defiant and disgusted with this person to being subservient again.
And it's not just a pleasurable feeling that comes back, it's the complete terror and loss of control that comes back. And I think that's ultimately a great weapon. The peculiar thing about Steinman is that, despite his narcissism, he has consistently refused to cast himself as the romantic hero in his own rock opera.
I enjoy the writing and stuff, but part of it's practical, there's a lot to be done behind the scenes and there's a lot to be done out front and the two kind of clash. Also, I'm too self conscious and I don't think I'm as convincing as the one's I've worked with. I thought Meat Loaf was the greatest voice I could have and physically he was exactly what I was looking for. If Jim Morrison hadn't died I would have been thrilled to work with him.
It's tortuous to me, you know, that I'm not Jim Morrison. I got the right temperament, I can come up with the lines, I just don't know what happened to the hair or the face. Maybe Steinman's determined to see his ideal reflection performing his songs. Was Meat Loaf the ideal? When Meat Loaf has his voice he's still my favorite singer.
That was the least of the things he threw at me, though perhaps the most musical. We were in these very small studios in New York and I was teaching him songs line by line. I had to because he's very much intuitive, he has no sense of basic inherent rhythm or key.
Anyway, I couldn't get him to sing this one line in the way I wanted it sung and I finally ran out of things to say so I told him to sing it like this other person had sung it before him. He just freaked, adopts Texan drawl 'Sing it like him! It was a strange relationship. I mean, when we were on tour he tried to kill himself four or five times, it was a kind of regular occurrence. It was like a phase he'd go through" adopts depressed Texan drawl 'Boy, am ah bummed out.
Ah think ah'll kill mahself. It was only the third week of the tour but he was going through so many identity crises because he really was freaked out by the idea that I might be Dr. Frankenstein and he was Frankenstein's monster. I mean, I'd staged the show very carefully and I thought it very true to him and the music but he wasn't allowed to speak, essentially, because, when Meat speaks he's just a good ole boy from Texas and the character he was on-stage to me was a heroic, mythic figure and it would kill it for him to go 'Hi y'all.
Steinman's not Dr. Ah'm not gonna do it! Ah'm Meat Loaf! So we're in this huge parking lot and there's all these horrifying orange fumes rising up and we're all going, 'Meat! So I went looking in this connecting lot and it's really eerie because the fumes are much worse here and there's this enormous truck there with a huge devil's head on the front and these huge pointed spikes on the fenders.
It was a frightening truck, five times my height, just standing there purring with it's orange lights going through the orange smoke and I saw right away in the distance, this figure with steam rising from him, pawing the ground like a bull. I looked at him and I looked at those huge spiked fenders and I knew what was coming and I said 'Hey Meat, don't.
Blood everywhere - we had the red mixed with orange, a huge gap in his head, 17 stitches. The truck though was a disaster, blood all over it, with this great bend in the spike. Steinman tells this amazing story with obvious relish slipping easily into the Meat Loaf role slack troglodyte jaw, eyes rolling, protracted Texan syllables , even leaving his armchair to mimic Meat's bullish, desperate but ultimately unsuccessful attempt at self-destruction, and even every so often snorting with laughter when the memory becomes too much for him.
He really is a very good storyteller, transmitting all the enthusiasm he must have felt at the time. We really were in that parking lot. It occurs to us some time later that Steinman may be able to enjoy his role as Svengali because he's unable or unwilling to appreciate the feelings of his performers. During the recordings of "It's All Coming Back To Me Now," Steinman explained to us that singer Elaine Caswell fainted five times in a brave attempt to hit the notes he'd set for her, the effort seemed to please him.
When we suggested this could prove to be a problem for the poor woman were he to take her on tour, Steinman merely shrugged and offered to lower the vocal an octave or two. If this attitude strikes you as less than commendable, think again. It happens every day to actors in the theater or cinema. The fact that things are not normally so in pop music doesn't make Steinman's methods unreasonable.
These people have chosen them for their meal ticket and its difficult to feel sorry for them. Meat Loaf, who probably would have been that garage mechanic, is a millionaire. When he was at High School he got hit in the head with a shot-put, full blast and now he's got a terror about doctors examining his brain and taking pieces of it. He's the perfect embodiment of rock and roll, much more so than all those skinny guitarists because he embodies the man in the crowd. He calls me up, you know.
He has a real weird sense of what things were like. He says enthusiastic Texan drawl 'It'll be just like old times, we'll drink a few beers, get a burger, have some fun.
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