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Remembering legendary Beatles producer George Martin

Metro remembers the music career of legendary music producer and composer George Martin.
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    George Martin, the producer of the Beatles with Cilla Black, whose single 'Work Is|Getty Images

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    The Beatles at a recording session. |Getty Images

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    George Martin and The Beatles pose for a portrait. |Getty Images

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    The Beatles sign documents for music publisher Dick James in Studio 2 at Abbey Road i|Getty Images

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    Bono (L) and The Edge (R) of U2 speak with George Martin at the Nordoff-Robbins Silve|Getty Images

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    George Martin performs at the UK Music Hall of Fame. |Getty Images

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    Yoko Ono and Sir George Martin arrive at the Grammy Foundation Starry Night held at t|Getty Images

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    Beatles musician Ringo Starr, Beatles producer Sir George Martin and producer Giles M|Getty Images

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    A book of condolence for Sir George Martin is opened for visitors to sign at The Beat|Getty Images

George Martin, legendary music producer and composer, has died at age 90.

Martin, known as the "fifth Beatle" produced and arranged most of The Beatles songs we know and love.

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Aside from The Beatles, he also produced albums for Ella Fitzgerald, Celine Dion, Elton John, Cheap Trick, Kenny Rodgers, Jimmy Webb and many more.

Guinness World Records named George Martin as the most successful producer ever, with more than 50 number one hit records over 50 years in the United States and Great Britain.

Metro looks back at Martin's career in photos an examines rare interview footage of the legendary producer discussing the making of some of The Beatles' classic records.


The Beatles - "Strawberry Fields Forever"

George Martin discusses the making of "Strawberry Fields"

The Beatles - "Yesterday" (Live)

George Martin recalls making of "Yesterday"

Celine Dion - The Reason

Cheap Trick - I Want You To Want Me

 

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