Meat Loaf: In Search of Paradise Reviews
A deeper look to what extend musicians do in order to please their audience; as many documentaries that portrait their obstacles, sickness, stress and their path or perfection. He takes criticism a bit too heart and tries to keep a balance. He also takes part in everything of the musical interaction, from music to lights and costumes and such; whereas artist leaves it up to people they hire. The stress gets to him and becomes angsty, but then again what artists doesn't when things go wrong? His music is as wonderful as ever. He still brings emotion through lyrics throughout and even at his age, is pretty damn good. Some lyrics or sections of a song, there's more to it, and he tries to convey that; to me it shows that there's still something of his past still plaguing him, still catching up to him. I don't mean the drugs or that sort that he did back then, I think it's when he grew up and from that time then. It never really goes away. Yes, the fans do take advantage of musicians and how much effort they put in everything (at least some musicians) and I don't think he realizes that there are some of us that do listen, to more than just the music and becoming a fan; there are those that listen to the music and the way he puts his heart into them, (check the latest Bat out of Hell concert) into songs that are not all innuendos, the one that seem to hold a deeper meaning. It helped some of us through hardships, weither he knows this or not. He's not happy with how the shows go, even when it goes right throughout, and he said that he still looking for that one good show, the one that will perhaps end his search of paradise.
I hope he finds it one day.