With a Little Help From My Friends: the Making of Sergeant Pepper
George Martin was the record producer for the Beatles at EMI from the very first day to the completion of their final album, Abbey Road. Their most famous collaboration, the peak of the band's creativity, was the LP they spent six months recording in the winter and spring of 1966, "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart Club Band." In this book Martin, with the help of William Pearson, tells the story of the making of that record.
Martin moves from song to song a...
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