1978 Motown Record Corporation, Compilation ℗ 1978 . On disc: Jobete Anagon-STEMRA. This 1978 re-release omits 2 songs from the original 1971 Rare Earth Records release
Meat Loaf as Main Artist on Front, Meatloaf in Title and disc. This 1978 re-release omits 4 songs from the original 1971 Rare Earth Records release: . Id Love To be) As Heavy As Jesus 2. It Takes All Kinds Of People (which is odd since this is one of the singles from the original 1971 release) 3. Game Of Love 4. What You See Is What You Get (once again, odd as this was the OTHER single they released from the original 1971 release).
Stoney and Meatloaf is the little-known collaborative album of singer Meat Loaf and female vocalist Shaun Murphy, released in 1971 on the Motown subsidiary label Rare Earth. Meat Loaf and Murphy met while performing with the Detroit cast of Hair. Producers: Ralph Terrana, Russ Terrana, Mike Valvano Arrangers: Tom Baird and David Van De Pitte. Producers: Ralph Terrana, Russ Terrana, Mike Valvano. Producers on "Who Is the Leader of the People?": Nick Zesses and Dino Fekaris.
Stoney and Meatloaf is the little known debut album of singer Meat Loaf, released in September 1971 (see 1971 in music), a collaboration with female vocalist Stoney (Shaun Murphy).
This first Loaf album, released to little fanfare in 1971 before the singer and Steinman became a steady coupling, disproves this, somewhat, by offering Meat the surges and releases of a gospel cadence; the opening "(I'd Love to Be) As Heavy as Jesus" had no business skipping the smash hit list in an era of "Oh Happy Day" and "Put Your Hand.
In 1971, Meat Loaf was signed to Motown Records' Rare Earth subsidiary in a vocal duo with a woman named Stoney. Rare Earth released a couple of singles and an album (Stoney and Meatloaf, September 1971, Rare Earth 529), getting some minor chart action out of one of the singles. Six years later, Meat Loaf became a success with Bat out of Hell, and in October 1978, Motown's Prodigal subsidiary unearthed six tracks from the Stoney and Meatloaf LP, added three previously unreleased tracks, and released Meatloaf (Featuring Stoney).
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Album Name Stoney and Meatloaf. Erscheinungsdatum Oktober 1971. Musik GenreHard Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen5. 1. (I'd Love to Be) As Heavy As Jesus.
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Written-By – Public Domain*
|A2||She Waits By The Window|
|A3||It Takes All Kinds Of People|
|A5||Who Is The Leader Of The People
Written-By – D. Fekaris*, N. Zesses*
|B1||What You See Is What You Get|
|B2||Kiss Me Again|
|B3||Sunshine (Where's Heaven)|
|B5||Lady Be Mine|
|B6||Everything Under The Sun|
- Marketed By – RCA Ltd.
- Distributed By – RCA Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Motown Record Corporation
- Recorded At – Motown Recording Studios
- Mastered At – Motown Recording Studios
- Pressed By – EMI Records Ltd.
- Art Direction – Curtis McNair
- Art Direction [Graphic Supervision] – Tom Schlessinger*
- Engineer [Mastering] – Jack Andrews
- Engineer [Re-mix] – Glenn Jordan
- Photography By – John Dornes
- Producer – Mike Valvano* (tracks: A1 to A4, B1 to B6), Ralph Terrana (tracks: A1 to A4, B1 to B6), Russ Terrana (tracks: A1 to A4, B1 to B6)
- Written-By – Mike Valvano* (tracks: A3, B1, B3), Mike Campbell (tracks: A2, A4, B2, B4 to B6), Patti Jerome (tracks: A3, B1), Ralph Terrana (tracks: B3), Ray Monette (tracks: A2, A4, B2, B4 to B6)
NotesThis is a rerelease of the original 1971 album with some remixed tracks.
(P) 1971 [A1 to A3, B1 to B5], (P) 1978 [A4, A5, B6] Motown Record Corporation.
Remixed and mastered at Motown Recording Studios, Hollywood, California.
This 1978 re-release omits 2 songs from the original 1971 Rare Earth Records release:
1. (Id Love To be) As Heavy As Jesus
2. Game Of Love
However, it adds 4 previously unreleased songs:
1. Stone Heart
2. Who Is The Leader Of The People
3. Everything Under The Sun
4. It features a longer, different mix of "Jimmy Bell" from the 1971 release.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Eched Runout Side A): PDL 2010 A-1 23
- Matrix / Runout (Eched Runout Side B): PDL 2010 B-1 23
|R 528L||Stoney & Meatloaf||Stoney & Meatloaf (LP, Album)||Rare Earth||R 528L||US||1971|
|none||Meat Loaf||Stoney And Meatloaf (2xCD, Album, Dlx, RE, Unofficial)||Rare Earth||none||US||Unknown|
|250·15·001||MeatLoaf*||Featuring Stoney And Meatloaf (LP, Album, RE)||Prodigal||250·15·001||Germany||1981|
|P7-10029R1||Meat Loaf||Featuring Stoney & Meatloaf (Cass)||Prodigal||P7-10029R1||US||1978|
|STML 6182||Meat Loaf||Featuring Stoney & Meatloaf (LP, Album)||Motown||STML 6182||New Zealand||1978|