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All You Need Is Ears Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 12-15 Summary

George Martin
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Chapters 12-15 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 12, "Write in the Picture," detailed Martin's foray into creating music for the movies. Martin's first picture was "Take Me Over," a small budget, B-movie which starred the Temperance Seven. Although Martin was excited about the experience the group, fell far short of being musically proficient. Martin's second film was called "Calculated Risk." These experiences in writing for the movies helped him when The Beatles shot "A Hard Day's Night." That movie was the most successful out of all the films the group produced.

Martin goes on to discuss other movies with and without the Beatles and how the process worked in regards to film and an orchestra.

In chapter 13, "The Recording Angel," Martin commented that there is "no typical day in the life of a record producer." Over the years many people have asked Martin what his secret is for being a...

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