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RETROPOPIC 216 – BEATLES 66: THE GEORGE MARTIN STORY (PODCAST WITH BIOGRAPHER KEN WOMACK)

RETROPOPIC RADIO June 4, 2020


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Exclusive RETROPOPIC RADIO interview with Kenneth Womack writer of George Martin’s biography ‘Sound Pictures’ covering the period of his life from 1966…

What state were The Beatles in at the beginning of 66? Why was George Martin feeling anxious? How comfortable were Lennon & McCartney in the studio? How was ‘Paperback Writer’ a change in sound? Why was engineer Geoff Emerich influential? What role did George Martin play in the recordings of ‘For No One’, ‘Eleanor Rigby’ & ‘Yellow Submarine’? How were they feeling approaching the 66 world tour? Reconvening in November 1966 what was their agenda? What did George Martin think of the initial version of Strawberry Fields? How involved in Beatles recordings were George Harrison & Ringo Starr at the end of 66?

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