An Illustrated Memoir

George Martin

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  • ISBN: 0904351823
  • Deluxe edition: 250 copies
Collector, Deluxe

Signed by: George Martin

Contributors: HRH Prince Charles, The Prince of Wales, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr

Paper: Masterprinted onto acid-free paper, of which 264 pages are on high-quality 200gsm matt art stock, 56

Binding: Full black leather, foil-blocked in silver, with the chromium name plate, silver page edging

Box: Specially-designed, hinged solander box, the cover of which is fashioned to give the appearance of a loudspeaker. The inside panels resemble part of a control desk and a turntable; the latter houses the accompanying Playback CD

Extras: 6 CD Box-set 'Produced by George Martin' - additionally signed by George Martin

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In 1962, as head of Parlophone Records, George Martin signed a new band from Liverpool that had been turned down by nearly every other label in Britain. The rest is history. He went on to record every track made by The Beatles and is considered to have been a vital influence on their sound, enabling them to realise their ideas as their music became increasingly ambitious. The world's most successful music producer has now written a charming memoir of his life and career.
  • Page size: 290mm x 215mm
  • 328 pages
  • 50000 words

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