Tom Werman

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19
Nov

One On One With Mitch Lafon - TOM WERMAN Part 2

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Producer Tom Werman joins Mitch in episode 169 of One On One With Mitch Lafon for an 'encore performance'.
 
Producer Tom Werman returns! In our second interview with Tom, we covered many things including L.A.Guns, Dokken, Poison, Ted Nugent, Theatre Of Pain (Motley Crue), the Motley song that was inspired by the James Bond theme, Jeff Scott Soto, Foo Fighters, Cheap Trick, his Stonover Farm Bed & Breakfast and more.
 
Quotes from the interview:
 
On Dokken: "George and Don were not the best of friends. In fact, it just appeared that it was Don against everyone else, but he was the writer. He went for the more romantic song and the other guys wanted to rock."
 
"I did not get along with George Lynch. We had a very divisive engineer. He set us against against one another in very very devious ways. He was a real bad guy." Motley Crue: "We had to do Theatre Of Pain quickly."
 
Poison: "Rikki Rockett is the only musician that has ever turned to me and said, 'I understand that I'm not a very good drummer or I'm not the greatest drummer in the world, but I try.' And he did. He just stayed at it, at it and at it. He had the greatest work attitude."
 
Working with Poison: "We recorded digitally - I knew there'd be a huge amount of punching in and fixing this and fixing that."
 
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Mon
09
Nov

One On One With Mitch Lafon - TOM WERMAN

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Producer Tom Werman joins Mitch in episode 166 of One On One With Mitch Lafon. Tom discusses how he became a producer, offers his thoughts about ghost musicians, Nikki Sixx, Dee Snider and Rick Nielsen. He also looks back on classic albums by Stryper, Mötley Crüe, Glass Tiger, Cheap Trick, Love/Hate, Twisted Sister and more.
 
Quotes from the interview:

Stryper: "They were not equipped to compete in that hard rock arena because they had a mission. I loved the guys. We had a great time. They're wonderful people; really good people all of them. I don't want to take anything away from them, but I do think that they had to work a little harder because it wasn't just 'let's rock'."

Dee Snider: "I have never come across anyone who approaches the hypocrisy of Dee Snider. He was Mr. X until we finished the album than he was Mr Y."

Mötley Crüe: "Vince and Nikki (in the beginning) were not that accomplished at their craft. Tommy and Mick - I thought were amazing."

Dokken: "George Lynch was pure genius. He's probably the best lead guitarist I've ever worked with."

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Mon
27
Apr

Double Stop Podcast - Producer TOM WERMAN

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This week on the Double Stop Podcast is Producer Tom Werman.
 
Tom walks us through his legendary producing career, from Cheap Trick to Motley Crue, and Twisted Sister to Dokken. He talks about his early days in music, and his rise to famed music Producer multiple hit records under his belt.
He also addresses criticism by Cheap Trick, Twisted Sister and Motley Crue over his production style, and discusses his challenges working with George Lynch on the "Tooth and Nail" CD.
He also covers the film Rock Star, and how helpful Jeff Pilson was in the studio. And finally, we discuss his retirement from the music business, and his latest venture - a luxury Bed & Breakfast in Massachusetts called Stoneover Farm.

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