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his or her own peril. Doro Pesch found that out the hard way. Doro survived her first encounter with Lemmy but just barely. And she almost. Doro Pesch Videos De Rock, Bandas De Rock, Cantantes, Unico, Celebridades, Doro Pesch Dating | Doro Pesch Doro Pesch arrives for the Echo Awards. Karma E. Omowale of sendangsono.info webzine recently conducted an interview with German metal queen Doro Pesch. A few excerpts from the.
Problems playing this file? Warlock signed their first recording contract with Mausoleum Records and released their debut album Burning the Witches in Doro attracted immediately the attention of fans and press,  becoming the spokesperson and the main means of promotion for the band.
The album was their most successful, going Gold in Germany  and reaching No. Inwhile writing material for a new album, she lost a legal cause with the band's former manager for the rights to the name and merchandise of Warlock.
He was also a touring musician for Blaze Bayley and Chris Caffery among others. She decided to keep her Swiss manager Alex Grob, but renounced to be part of a band with whom to share songwriting duties and career decisions.
Doro recently declared that Simmons "was the best producer we ever had! Dann Huff of the melodic hard rock band Giant contributed his lead guitar work to the album.
New band members Michael Tyrrell on guitar,  Jeff Bruno on guitar and keyboards, and Tony Mac on drums were recruited for the following European tour. Doro headlined her first Wacken Open Air festival on 20 August PolyGram did not renovate her contract and Doro entered in negotiations with other record labels.
Grunge was around and bands like Nirvana were really big. Metal just went underground. Nobody really supported it, especially record labels. Through the decisive action of her American fan club,  she also received and accepted a proposal from Koch Records for a US deal.
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The music of Calling the Wild is straight hard rock and heavy metal, in Doro's words going "from super heavy to super sensitive with good messages",  and leaves behind the experimental twists of her works of the s. At the beginning of the century heavy metal was regaining the favors of the public worldwide and Doro made her comeback in the US with a date at New Jersey Metal Meltdown II festival in March.
Before the album release, she played, among others, at the two largest German metal festivals, Wacken Open Air  and Bang Your Head!!! I think in the eighties when I started, sometimes there were girls in bands and the record companies just put them there to make the band look good.
They had sexy outfits on but nobody thought much about their voices or the musicianship. I think that in this time and age, it's pretty good.
But sometimes there were videos that made women look really cheap, sleazy, and sexy…I never liked that but now, I think it's totally the opposite, that totally changed I think everybody's very respected and the styles are different they are sexy just not in a cheap way, but a very dignified way, so I think that's really great. As women that are from classic metal bands, there's almost a "queen" vibe [laughs]…I love it, I think it's very good. I definitely think it's better how women are perceived now and in the Eighties and just in general.
I totally understand that Doro. I just do what I feel and it always comes from the heart and soul and from the gut and yeah… I don't know, I always try not to think about it and stuff. Actually, in the Eighties people, they got on my nerves when they said, "Man, you're not classically trained? Did you ever get vocal lessons? And then after two years, so many people came up to me and said, "Can't you sing the way you used to sing before?
That [new way] is like strange and stuff! So I didn't go anymore and for two years I had vocal training. But I think with rock n' roll and metal, you have to sing from your gut! For classical, I think it's a bit different, but for rock, you have to just feel, it's all it takes. And then try to sing your best and give your best but when you're truthful and honest, I think that has a beauty to it.
I always try to do it! When I'm [playing] live, and I feel the fans and get some good feedback, I can sing songs thousand times better than when I'm in the studio when it's just like the engineer and me, and there are no fans, but he is definitely the sixth band member.