George Martin Writing Styles in All You Need Is Ears

George Martin
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The perspective used in "All You Need is Ears" by George Martin is that of a seasoned record producer who has spent decades in the recording industry, working with numerous styles of music, from classical to pop.

Martin began playing classical music as a child and had an obvious gift even before he sat down at the piano at age six. Martin was taken by the beauty and complexity of the music. So much so that he formed a group while he was still in school. Martin's world blossomed after he enrolled in the Guildhall School of Music with the assistance of Sidney Harrison, whom Martin referred to as his fairy godfather.

Martin's love of music increased exponentially at Guildhall and the future producer also gained the much needed technical knowledge necessary to pursue music as a career. The education came in handy when Martin took a job...

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