George Martin: The Producers

George Martin: The Producers

During a career marked by ceaseless innovation, George Martin pushed the limits of pop music at every turn, carving out a career as one of the most influential producers of his generation. Martin is most closely associated with The Beatles (The emotion-laden strings of “Eleanor Rigby”? The orchestral sweep of “A Day in the Life”? That's him.) but his big-thinking creativity as a producer and arranger went far beyond his work with the Fab Four. This collection features highlights of Martin's work that demonstrate his depth and range as a producer—from scrappy rock rebels and country icons to FM rock hitmakers and velvet-voiced crooners.

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