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George Martin: The A&R Manager Behind The Comedy Successes Forecasts...

Interview by Alan Smith, New Musical Express, 9 March 1962

...Cribbins, Drake, Sellers, Milligan, Bentine Have Bright Disc Futures ...

The Beatles: Ringo Played Cards As Others Sang 'Paperback'!

Interview by Alan Smith, New Musical Express, 17 June 1966

...reveals GEORGE MARTIN, the Beatles' recording manager, in an interview with Alan Smith. ...

George Martin: Make Them Top Here!

Interview by Alan Smith, New Musical Express, 19 August 1966

NMExclusive: 'Submarine' recording hilarious recalls A&R manager GEORGE MARTIN to Alan Smith ...

The Beatles: Produced By George Martin

Interview by Richard Williams, Melody Maker, 21 August 1971

GEORGE MARTIN is probably the most shadowy character in rock and roll history. His influence has been immense, yet few people outside the immediate circle ...

George Martin, Paul McCartney & Wings: Live and Let Die (soundtrack, United Artists)

Review by Paul Gambaccini, Rolling Stone, 20 December 1973

'LIVE AND Let Die' is the best record Paul McCartney has made since Let It Be, although 'Maybe I'm Amazed' is an equally good composition. ...

George Martin: In My Life

Review by Terry Staunton, Uncut, May 1998

The "fifth Beatle" signs off with a little help from his friends ...

Arise, Sir George: The Man Behind the Beatles

Interview by Joe Matera, Mixdown, 2002

BEST KNOWN as the man who produced the Beatles, Sir George Martin was there at the beginning of the British pop revolution and went on ...

George Martin

Interview by Jim Irvin, MOJO, January 2007

THE PENTHOUSE mixing room at the top of Abbey Road Studios. We await Sir George Martin, who is 30 minutes late. "This is most unlike ...

The Sound Of Sgt. Pepper

Retrospective and Interview by Jim Irvin, MOJO, January 2007

THE RECORD ALWAYS regarded as a harbinger of pop's future is full of old-fashioned sounds. These are, in order of appearance: a theatre orchestra tuning ...

Produced by George Martin is a must see, especially on his 87th birthday

Review by Jeff Slate, Examiner.com, 3 January 2013

I WAS LUCKY to meet George Martin, who turns 87 today, on two occasions. The first was at the recording session for the original cast ...

see also Beatles, The

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