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Since the late 1980s, Templeman has worked more sporadically. In the mid-2000s, he produced two albums by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, and in 2008 he began working with the Doobie Brothers again on a new album. In popular culture edit Community creator and Channel.
He would go on to produce five more albums for Van Halen. Templeman's voice is heard in the song " Unchained saying "Come on Dave, gimme a break!" Lead singer David Lee Roth replies "One break, coming up! leading into the song's chorus. Templeman also.
Producer) Shadows, Private Life (1990) (co-produced with Edward Van Halen and Donn Landee ) Freakshow, BulletBoys (1991) For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge, Van Halen (1991) (co-produced with Andy Johns ) Lightning Rod Man, Lowell George the Factory (1993) Za-Za, BulletBoys (1993) Seducing Down the Door: A.
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Not to be confused with record producer. Rod Temperton. Ted Templeman (born October 24, 1944, in Santa Cruz, California ) is an American record producer. 1. Contents Templeman began his career in the mid 1960s in the Santa Cruz area as a drummer in a.
Much of his work was done in collaboration with recording engineer Donn Landee at Sunset Studios in Hollywood, California. In 1970, Templeman began working as an engineer for. Warner Bros. Records. That year, he produced the eponymous. The Doobie Brothers debut album, followed the next.
In 1973, Templeman produced another classic and eponymous album, Montrose, which was released in November of that year. The group was founded by guitarist and group leader Ronnie Montrose (who had worked with singers such as Van Morrison and Edgar Winter and an up-and-coming singer.
In 1967, the group released the album Feelin' Groovy ( Warner Bros. which included material by Randy Newman that later appeared on the songwriter's 1972 album. Sail Away. Harpers Bizarre disbanded in 1970. That same year, Templeman recorded what is now considered a cult classic.