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George Martin was truly the fifth member of The Beatles. There sound was so heavily influenced by his work that it is difficult to imagine the band without him. So today we’ll look at George Martin’s greatest contributions to Beatles songs.
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George Martin on Desert island discs (1995): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlE3z2d_2OE
Rocky Raccoon isolated piano: https://youtu.be/0j2Zgj2LRow
Howard Goodall introduces the Harmonium: https://youtu.be/_nYXweIvImY
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