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Jim Steinman, the songwriter behind huge hits such as Bat Out Of Hell and Total Eclipse Of The Heart, has died aged 73. In this clip from 1981, he talks about his partnership with Meat Loaf, the secret of its success and his solo ambitions.

Jim Steinman had a wide-ranging résumé that included writing Bonnie Tyler’s 1983 No. 1 hit “Total Eclipse of the Heart” and serving as Andrew Lloyd Webber’s lyricist on “Whistle Down the Wind.” But his career-defining achievement was “Bat Out of Hell.”

Jim Steinman, the bombastic composer best known for the songs Bat Out of Hell and Total Eclipse of the Heart, has died aged 73

Jim Steinman, the Grammy-winning composer who wrote Meat Loaf's best-selling "Bat Out Of Hell" debut album as well as hits for Celine Dion, Air Supply and Bonnie Tyler's "Total Eclipse of the Heart," has died. He was 73.​

Jim Steinman, the Grammy-winning composer who wrote Meat Loaf's best-selling "Bat Out Of Hell" debut album as well as hits for Celine Dion, Air Supply and Bonnie Tyler's "Total Eclipse of the Heart," has died. He was 73.​

Songwriter Jim Steinman, who wrote the lyrics for Meat Loaf’s “Bat Out of Hell” album and Bonnie Tyler’s “Total Eclipse of the Heart,” died Monday in Connecticut. He was 73.

Jim Steinman, the Grammy-winning composer who wrote Meat Loaf's best-selling "Bat Out Of Hell" debut album as well as hits for Celine Dion, Air Supply and Bonnie Tyler's "Total Eclipse of the Heart," has died. He was 73.​

The songs on Meatloaf's brilliant debut album, Bat Out Of Hell, weren't written by Meat, great as he is, and he is great, but by Jim Steinman, who also wrote Total Eclipse Of The Heart for Bonnie Tyler and Making Love Out Of Nothing At All for Air Supply.

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