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Tom Whitlock

Thomas Ross "Tom" Whitlock (born 1954) is an

External links

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  1. ^ Peaco, Ed. "Whitlock Relishes Lives of His Songs." News-Leader 25 May 2012. (http://www.news-leader.com/article/20120525/LIFE/305250007/)
  2. ^ SEA OzArts Speakers & Panelists

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Filmography of songs

Whitlock is also drummer of the Missouri band, The Dog People, with Michael Granda (aka Supe Dujour), Jim Wunderle, and Terry Wilson.

Whitlock and Moroder had other collaborations, for the films Over the Top, American Anthem and Rambo III, and also co-wrote the official theme songs for both the 1988 Summer Olympics ("Hand In Hand") and the 1990 FIFA World Cup ("To Be Number One").

With Top Gun soundtrack, including "Take My Breath Away" and the Kenny Loggins hit "Danger Zone". Whitlock was Moroder's mechanic, fixing his Ferraris, before turning into a lyricist. ASCAP shows 113 songs registered, performed by artists such as Berlin, Bonnie Tyler, Jennifer Rush, Michael McDonald, Ray Charles, Graham Nash, Diana Ross, Teddy Pendergrass, Roger Daltrey and John Entwhistle.

Musical career

Whitlock was born and raised in Springfield, Missouri. As a drummer, he played in many bands and on many recording sessions. In 1977, he was signed to his first recording contract with Mercury Records. In 1983, Mr. Whitlock became a recording engineer in Los Angeles, focusing primarily on film scores and songs for movies such as Scarface, Beverly Hills Cop and II, as well as many others.[2]

Early life

Contents

  • Early life 1
  • Musical career 2
  • Filmography of songs 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

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