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George Martin Discusses Meeting Beatles in Newly Revealed Clip

George Martin's son Giles has posted a heartwarming clip of the late producer reminiscing about his introduction to the Beatles. "Well, that's a silly name for a start," he remembers saying. Martin arranged an audition session on June 6, 1962, after they'd been memorably turned down by Decca Records. He...
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Watch George Martin Tell His Young Granddaughter Why He Signed the Beatles

George Martin told the story of how he first encountered the Beatles in 1962 in countless interviews and lectures throughout his long life, not to mention the pages of his 1979 memoir All You Need Is Ears. But in newly released archival home movie footage by his son Giles Martin, he explains it in a very sweet, tender, and simple way to his young granddaughter. I don’t normally share anything personal but this my dad from a while back explaining to my daughter he signed the Beatles. Ordinary people do extraordinary things. Great decisions are made for the simplest reasons. “I...
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George Martin reminisces about The Beatles in heartwarming new clip

George Martin is heard telling his granddaughter why he signed The Beatles in a sweet new clip shared by his son Giles Martin. Watch the video below. In the footage, shared on Twitter, the producer discusses how he initially met The Beatles and what he thought of the quartet when they travelled from Liverpool to London to meet him. “Well, that’s a silly name for a start,” he’s heard saying when he recounts being told about The Fab Four.
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George Martin Remembers Meeting The Beatles In Clip

The late English record producer George Martin has told the story of his first encounter with The Beatles a lot of times during interviews and in the pages of his 1979 memoir All You Need Is Ears. But just recently, his son Giles posted a heartwarming clip of an archival...
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