Meat Loaf — Live

1 Blind Before I Stop 3:54 Meat Loaf / John Golden / Paul Christie
2 Rock ‘n’ Roll Mercenaries 5:33 Micheal Emmig / Alan Hodge
3 Took the Words 7:49 Jim Steinman
4 Midnight at the Lost and Found 3:43 Paul Christie / Marvin Aday / Steve Buslowe / Danny Peyronel
5 Modern Girl 5:44 Paul Jacobs / Sarah Durkee
6 Paradise by the Dashboard Light 10:04 Jim Steinman
7 Two out of Three Ain’t Bad 8:06 Jim Steinman
8 Bat out of Hell 10:29 Jim Steinman
9 Masculine 6:50 Bernard Kenny / Jake Hooker / Rick Derringer
10 Rock ‘n’ Roll Medley
  1. Johnny B. Goode
  2. Jailhouse Rock
  3. Slow Down
  4. Blue Suede Shoes
8:34  
Chuck Berry
Jerry Leiber / Mike Stoller
Larry Williams
Carl Perkins

Live at Wembley

The Neverland Express
Meat Loaf — Lead Vocals
Chuck Burgi — Drums
Steve Buslowe — Bass Guitar and Vocals
Frank Doyle — Keyboards
Amy Goff — Lead and Background Vocals
Elaine Goff — Lead and Background Vocals
Paul Jacobs — Piano
Bob Kulick — Lead Guitars
Alan Merrill — Guitars and Vocals

Recorded at Wembley Stadium, London, England, March, 1 and 2 1987 by Fleetwood Mobile Recoding
Mixed at Platinum Island Studios, New York City and Carriage House Studios, Stamford, Connecticut
Engineer: Tom Edmonds

Blind Before I Stop
Background Vocals: Amy & Elaine Goff, Steve Buslowe
All Guitars: Bob Kulick
Keyboards: Frank Doyle
Rock & Roll Mercenaries
Background Vocals: Amy & Elaine Goff, Alan Merrill
Second Lead Vocal, Duet with Meat Loaf: Steve Buslowe
All Guitars: Bob Kulick
Keyboards: Frank Doyle
Took the Words
Background Vocals: Amy & Elaine Goff, Steve Buslowe, Alan Merrill
Lead Guitars: Bob Kulick
Harmony Guitar: Alan Merrill
Midnight at the Lost and Found
Background Vocals: Neverland Express
Second Guitar Solo: Alan Merrill
All Other Guitars: Bob Kulick
Keyboards: Frank Doyle
Modern Girl
Background Vocals: Neverland Express
Piano: Paul Jacobs
All Guitars: Bob Kulick
Paradise by the Dashboard Light
Background Vocals: Amy & Elaine Goff
Lead Female Vocal: Amy Goff
All Guitars: Bob Kulick
Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad
Background Vocals: Amy & Elaine Goff, Steve Buslowe
Piano: Paul Jacobs
All Guitars: Bob Kulick
Bat Out of Hell
Background Vocals: Amy & Elaine Goff, Steve Buslowe
Piano: Paul Jacobs
Harmony Guitar: Alan Merrill
All Other Guitars: Bob Kulick

Produced by Tom Edmonds and Meat Loaf
All Arrangements: Meat Loaf, Steve Buslowe and Bob Kulick

Label Cat.No. F. Y. C. Notes
1a Arista 208 599 LP 1987 DE tracks 1-8 + free 12″
1b Arista RIST 39 12″ 1987 DE free 12″: tracks 9-10
2 Arista 258 599 CD 1987 DE all tracks

Rock ‘n’ Roll Medley

Johnny B. Goode

Deep down in Louisiana close to New Orleans
Way back up on the woods among the evergreens
There stood an old cabin made of earth and wood
Where lived a country boy named Johnny B. Goode
Who’d never ever learned to read or write so well
But he could play a guitar just like a-ringin’ a bell

Go! Go!
Go! Johnny! Go! Go!
Go! Johnny! Go! Go!
Go! Johnny! Go! Go!
Go! Johnny! Go! Go!
Ooh! Johnny B. Goode!

He used to carry his guitar in a gurny sack
Sit beneath the tree by the railroad track
Strummin’ to the music that the drivers played
Sittin’ there playin’ all alone in the shade
Many people passing from miles around
Boy that country boy could really fool around

Go! Go!
Go! Johnny! Go! Go!
Go! Johnny! Go! Go!
Go! Johnny! Go! Go!
Go! Johnny! Go! Go!
Johnny B. Goode!

Jailhouse Rock

The warden threw a party in the county jail
The prison band was there and they began to wail
The band was jumpin’ and the joint began to swing
You should’ve heard those knocked out jailbirds sing

Let’s rock, everybody, let’s rock
Everybody in the whole cellblock
Was dancin’ to the Jailhouse Rock

Slow Down

Steve: Come on pretty baby, won’t you walk with
Come on pretty baby, won’t you talk with
Come on pretty baby, I give you one more chance
To try to save our romance

Slow down
Baby, you know your moving way too fast
You gotta give me little lovin’
Give me little lovin’
Oooh, if you want our love to last

Alan: I used to walk you home, baby, after school
Carry your books home too
But now you got a boyfriend right down the street
Baby, what you tryin’ to do

You better slow down
Baby, you know your moving way too fast
You better give me little lovin’
Give me little lovin’
Oowh, if you want our love to last

Steve: You know that I love you, tell the world I do
Oh pretty baby, why can’t you be true
I need your lovin’ baby, oh so bad
The best little woman that I ever had

Slow down
Baby now your moving way too fast
You gotta give me little lovin’
Give me little lovin’
Ooh, if you want our love to last

Blue Suede Shoes

And it’s one for the money
Two for the show
Three to get ready
Now go, cat, go

But don’t you step on my blue suede shoes
You can do anything
But lay off of them Blue suede shoes

Elaine: Well, you can knock me down
Step in my face
Slander my name all over the place
You can do anything that you want to do
But uh-uh—honey, lay off of my shoes

And don’t you step on my Blue suede shoes
You can do anything
But lay off of them Blue suede shoes

Blue, blue, blue suede shoes
Blue, blue, blue suede shoes
Blue, blue, blue suede shoes
Blue, blue, blue suede shoes
You can do anything
But lay off of them Blue suede shoes

Blue, blue, blue suede shoes
Blue, blue, blue suede shoes
Blue, blue, blue suede shoes
Blue, blue, blue suede shoes
You can do anything
But lay off of them Blue suede shoes....

Johnny B. Goode (reprise)

Well, his mother told him someday you will be a man
And you will be the leader of a big old band
Many people comin’ from miles around
To hear you play your music when the sun goes down
Maybe some day your name will be in lights
Sayin’ "Johnny B. Goode tonight" and

Go! Johnny! Go! Go!
Go! Johnny! Go! Go!
Go! Johnny! Go! Go!
Go! Johnny! Go! Go!
Ooh! Johnny B. Goode....

Hey London
We love ya
God bless ya
Goodnight
And keep rockin’
Here we go, whoo!

Go! Johnny! Go! Go!
Go! Johnny! Go! Go!
Go! Johnny! Go! Go!
Go! Johnny! Go! Go!
Aaah! Johnny B. Goode!
One more

Go! Johnny! Go! Go!
Go! Johnny! Go! Go!
Go! Johnny! Go! Go!
Go! Johnny! Go! Go!
Aaah! Johnny B. Goode....

“Johnny B. Goode” written by Chuck Berry, published by Jewel Music Ltd.
“Jailhouse Rock” written by Jerry Leiber / Mike Stoller, published by Carlin Music Corp.
“Slow Down” written by Larry Williams, published by Essex Music Ltd.
“Blue Suede Shoes” written by Carl Perkins, published by Carlin Music Corp.