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Templeman wasn't a neophyte: he'd worked with producer and future boss Lenny Waronker on Harpers Bizarre, and he "would also go to the [Frank] Sinatra sessions, and I learned about headroom, over-modulating," remembers Templeman. That's how I knew what I was doing. Sinatra was a tough session, because you had live strings and horns and background singers in a booth, and if something was off, he would hear it. I was also lucky enough to go to Elvis Presley sessions and watch him record at Western Recording. But it was with Van Morrison where Templeman's production career began. As Morrison, 74, hits the road on tour behind his latest, Three Chords And The Truth, Templeman shares his memories from his intimidating but ultimately triumphant first co-production -- along with the duo's subsequent two albums -- where, Templeman says, "Van Morrison taught me how to produce records. I was working as a listener at Warner Bros. One day Joe told me I should take a trip to San Francisco with him to learn the ropes.
Templeman was born in Santa Cruz, California , where he began his career in the mid s as a drummer in a band called The Tikis. At the suggestion of Warner Brothers staff producer Lenny Waronker , the group decided to change their name to Harpers Bizarre in with Templeman switching to guitar and vocals. In , the group released the album Feelin' Groovy Warner Bros. Harpers Bizarre disbanded in That same year, Templeman recorded what is now considered a cult classic. Records auditioning demo tapes by unknown artists. It was then he discovered the San Jose-based biker band The Doobie Brothers and produced their eponymous The Doobie Brothers debut album, followed the next year by the Doobies' Toulouse Street album, which achieved platinum record status on the strength of the hit single "Listen to the Music.
Prince 's need for complete artistic freedom was, famously, a part of his music from the beginning. As producer Ted Templeman realized, even suggesting that he cede control was enough to anger Prince something fierce. He allowed Prince to use the stereo in his office to listen to mixes, and also showed him how to get in and out of the building via the loading dock so that the famously private star wouldn't be seen. After Prince had broken through to the mainstream with , he found Templeman in his office and asked him for some advice. Seeing how successful Michael Jackson had become with Thriller , the worried-looking Prince said, "I have to find a way to knock Michael out of the No. Templeman suggested borrowing Jackson's co-producer, Quincy Jones.