Ted Templeman - As Producer, Co-producer and Executive Producer

As Producer, Co-producer and Executive Producer

this is currently an incomplete list:

  • The Doobie Brothers, The Doobie Brothers (1971) (co-produced with Lenny Waronker)
  • Tupelo Honey, Van Morrison (1971) (co-produced with Van Morrison)
  • Clear Spot, Captain Beefheart (1972) (co-produced with Don Van Vliet)
  • Saint Dominic's Preview, Van Morrison (1972) (co-produced with Van Morrison)
  • Toulouse Street, The Doobie Brothers (1972)
  • Sailin' Shoes, Little Feat (1972)
  • The Captain and Me, The Doobie Brothers (1973)
  • Montrose, Montrose (band) (1973)
  • Chunky, Novi & Ernie, Chunky, Novi and Ernie (1973) (co-produced with John Cale)
  • What Were Once Vices Are Now Habits, The Doobie Brothers (1974)
  • Paper Money, Montrose (band) (1974) (co-produced with Montrose)
  • It's Too Late to Stop Now, Van Morrison (1974)
  • Stampede, The Doobie Brothers (1974)
  • The Beau Brummels, The Beau Brummels (1975)
  • Another Passenger, Carly Simon (1976)
  • Takin' It to the Streets, The Doobie Brothers (1976)
  • Livin' on the Fault Line, The Doobie Brothers (1977)
  • Time Loves a Hero, Little Feat (1977)
  • Minute by Minute, The Doobie Brothers (1978)
  • Van Halen, Van Halen (1978)
  • Nicolette, Nicolette Larson (1978)
  • Van Halen II, Van Halen (1979)
  • Everything You've Heard Is True, Tom Johnston (1979)
  • In the Nick of Time, Nicolette Larson (1979)
  • Live at the Roxy, Nicolette Larson (1979)
  • One Step Closer, The Doobie Brothers (1980)
  • Women and Children First, Van Halen (1980)
  • Radioland, Nicolette Larson (1980)
  • Fair Warning, Van Halen (1981)
  • If That's What it Takes, Michael McDonald (1982)
  • Diver Down, Van Halen (1982)
  • All Dressed Up and No Place to Go, Nicolette Larson (1980) (Exec. Producer)
  • Carrera, Carrera (1983)
  • Road Games, Allan Holdsworth (1983) (Exec. Producer)
  • 1984, Van Halen (1983)
  • Farewell Tour, The Doobie Brothers (1983)
  • Arcade, Patrick Simmons (1983)
  • VOA (Sammy Hagar album), Sammy Hagar (1984)
  • Combonation, Combonation (1984)
  • Crazy from the Heat, David Lee Roth (1984)
  • Behind the Sun, Eric Clapton (1985) (co produced several tracks with Lenny Waronker; other tracks produced by Phil Collins)
  • Done with Mirrors, Aerosmith (1985)
  • No Lookin' Back, Michael McDonald (co-produced with Michael McDonald & George Perilli)
  • Eat 'Em and Smile, David Lee Roth (1986)
  • Sweet Freedom, Michael McDonald (1986) (co-produced most tracks with Lenny Waronker; other producers were Burt Bacharach and Carole Bayer Sager, Quincy Jones, Rod Temperton, Dick Rudolph and Bruce Swedian)
  • Honeymoon Suite, Honeymoon Suite (1987)
  • BulletBoys, BulletBoys (1988)
  • Take It to the Heart, Michael McDonald (co-produced with Michael McDonald and Don Was)
  • Private Life, Private Life (1989) (co-produced with Edward Van Halen and Donn Landee)
  • Atomic Playboys, Steve Stevens (1989) (Exec. Producer)
  • Shadows, Private Life (1990) (co-produced with Edward Van Halen and Donn Landee)
  • Freakshow, BulletBoys (1991)
  • For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge, Van Halen (1991) (other producer: Andy Johns)
  • Lightning Rod Man, Lowell George & the Factory (1993)
  • Za-Za, BulletBoys (1993)
  • Seducing Down the Door: A Collection, 1970-1990, John Cale (1994)
  • Woke Up With a Monster, Cheap Trick (1994)
  • Muzy's Move, Royal Crown Revue (1996)
  • The Contender, Royal Crown Revue (1998)
  • Bathhouse Betty, Bette Midler (1998)
  • The Philosopher's Stone (album), Van Morrison (1998)
  • Talk To Your Daughter, Robben Ford (1998) (Exec. Producer)
  • The Postman: Music From the Original Motion Picture, Various Artists (1997) (produced 'You Didn't Have to be So Nice,' by Amy Grant and Kevin Costner)
  • Naked, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts (2004) (other producers: Kenny Laguna, Bob Rock, Joey Levine, Joan Jett)
  • Sinners, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts (2006)
  • World Gone Crazy, Doobie Brothers (2010)

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