Saturday, 19 March 2016

the late great sir george martin taught the beatles an incalculable volume of things from behind the board- the mixing board and the keyboard. with the one-time special "george martin: the key to the beatles," i highlighted his contributions as a keyboardist to their incomparable catalogue, also taking a brief detour to look at some of his earlier work as a musician and/or producer. here's the playlist from that march 16 program:



the beatles - being for the benefit of mr. kite (sgt. pepper's lonely hearts club band)
flanders and swann - ill wind (at the drop of another hat)
ray cathode (george martin) - waltz in orbit (single)
ray cathode (george martin) - time beat (single)
the beatles - you really got a hold on me (with the beatles)
the beatles - baby it's you (please please me)
the beatles - kansas city (beatles for sale)
the beatles - rock and roll music (beatles for sale)
the beatles - got to get you into my life (revolver)
the beatles - a day in the life (sgt. pepper's lonely hearts club band)
the beatles - rocky raccoon (the beatles)
the beatles - tomorrow never knows (revolver)
the beatles - fixing a hole (sgt. pepper's lonely hearts club band)
the beatles - because (abbey road)
the beatles - cry baby cry (the beatles)
the beatles - in my life (rubber soul)




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