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Time - George Martin - Produced By George Martin 50 Years In Recording (CD, Album)

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  1. Sir George Martin CBE was The Beatles' producer, arranger and mentor, who signed them to EMI and worked on the vast majority of songs throughout their career. The early years He was born George Henry Martin on 3 January At the age of six his interest in music was piqued by a piano which.
  2. Mar 11,  · The late Sir George Martin, who died this past Tuesday at age 90, is best-known for steering the Beatles’ music throughout the course of the group’s prolific recording career. If that had been all he accomplished in his more than 60 years of active involvement in the music industry, it would have been more than enough to ensure his.
  3. Mar 16,  · George Martin passed away last week at the age of His career was a lengthy one, but his legacy lies primarily in his work with the Beatles .
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  5. Aug 18,  · Womack’s account will feature in Sound Pictures: The Life of Beatles Producer George Martin, the Later Years, –, the second of a two-volume biography of Martin.
  6. Mar 09,  · The six-CD set entitled Produced By George Martin: 50 Years in Recording () was a survey of his entire studio career, and and it was followed by Martin.
  7. Aug 08,  · That paved the way for last year’s even more expansive 50th-anniversary reissue of their double album, “The Beatles,” a.k.a. the White petoboningguhartherstalviepresatrel.coinfo with the two previous projects, Martin.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the long box CD release of Produced By George Martin 50 Years In Recording on Discogs/5(17).

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