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George Martin - The Fifth Beatle

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Welcome to Rock & Roll Flashback! I'm Jumpin' John, and in this episode I will review the career of the Fifth Beatle! No, I am not referring to Beatles friend and New York City disc jockey, Murray "the K" Kaufman. Nor am not referring to Stuart Sutcliffe, who briefly played bass for the band. Nor am I referring to Pete Best, who played drums for three years with the band. This podcast is instead about the innovative and prolific music producer, Sir George Henry Martin. The Fifth Beatle!
George Martin's career spanned more than six decades in music, film, television and live performance. During his career, Martin won six Grammy Awards. He produced 30 #1 singles and 16 #1 albums in the UK. His productions resulted in 23 #1 singles and 19 #1 albums in the US. His work with the Beatles truly created the soundtrack for the 1960's and the blueprint for the rest of the rock and roll world. Records and songs that Martin supervised and produced have sold over a billion copies and are still selling!

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All podcasts on the Rock and Roll Flashback Podcast are produced by brothers-in-law Bill Price and "Jumpin' John" McDermott. The Podcast Theme Song, "You Essay", was written by John, and the basic track was recorded by Bill and John on April 1, 2004.
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Bill and John welcome your feedback and comments, and they can be emailed to rockandrollflashback@outlook.com.
Thank you for listening to Rock and Roll Flashback Podcasts!
Until next time...
Rock On!

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Welcome to Rock & Roll Flashback! I'm Jumpin' John, and in this episode I will review the career of the Fifth Beatle! No, I am not referring to Beatles friend and New York City disc jockey, Murray "the K" Kaufman. Nor am not referring to Stuart Sutcliffe, who briefly played bass for the band. Nor am I referring to Pete Best, who played drums for three years with the band. This podcast is instead about the innovative and prolific music producer, Sir George Henry Martin. The Fifth Beatle!
George Martin's career spanned more than six decades in music, film, television and live performance. During his career, Martin won six Grammy Awards. He produced 30 #1 singles and 16 #1 albums in the UK. His productions resulted in 23 #1 singles and 19 #1 albums in the US. His work with the Beatles truly created the soundtrack for the 1960's and the blueprint for the rest of the rock and roll world. Records and songs that Martin supervised and produced have sold over a billion copies and are still selling!

We welcome your feedback, so please feel free to click on this link and let us know your thoughts and/or suggestions via phone text!

All podcasts on the Rock and Roll Flashback Podcast are produced by brothers-in-law Bill Price and "Jumpin' John" McDermott. The Podcast Theme Song, "You Essay", was written by John, and the basic track was recorded by Bill and John on April 1, 2004.
Multiple promo videos and photos for Rock and Roll Flashback Podcasts are available on the following social media sites:

https://www.youtube.com/@RockandRollFlashback

https://www.facebook.com/rockandrollflashbackpodcast

https://www.instagram.com/jumpinjohnmcdermott/

https://twitter.com/JohnMcD5399205

Bill and John welcome your feedback and comments, and they can be emailed to rockandrollflashback@outlook.com.
Thank you for listening to Rock and Roll Flashback Podcasts!
Until next time...
Rock On!

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