Arts People M Martin, George
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Born in London on January 3, 1926. Acclaimed by both his fans and peers as the most influential and prolific record producer in history. His career has spanned five decades. Sir George has worked with artists ranging from Ella Fitzgerald to Peter Sellars, and of course The Beatles. Classically trained, his orchestrations and recording techniques have earned him 30 number one's in the US and UK singles chart, 5 Grammys, and 2 Ivor Novello Awards. Knighted in his British homeland by Queen Elizabeth II on June 15, 1996. Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1999.

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George Martin Music
Official site of Sir George Martin's recording company and music publishing house.
George Martin Portfolio
His work and production history is featured. Sound clips from three interviews.
A Quicksilver Mind: Sir George Martin
News, biography, interviews, a concert review, and related links.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Inductee biography.
Salon.com: Sir George Martin
Article detailing his career as a music producer and his relationship with The Beatles.
Sir George Martin Interview
Transcipt from a radio interview in which he talks of his musical production and involvement with "Yellow Submarine."
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