George Martin

Rock & Roll Hall of Famer

Category: Non-Performer

Inducted in: 1999

Inducted by: Jimmy Iovine


Inducted into Rock Hall Revisited in 1990 (ranked #3 in the Non-Performers - Producers/Engineers category) .


George Martin @ Wikipedia

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The True BEATLE... With out George the BEATLES would have been just another band..There would have not been the British invasion no Mercy Beat no "Day in a Life" no Sargent Peppers no Revolver no BEATLES...

Posted by mrxyz on Tuesday, 10.14.08 @ 07:38am


LOL again to funny but sad.. Probably the biggest and best influence in ROCK Music EVER !!! I am the only one even talking..
Sometimes you just have to wonder LOL


ALL YOU NEED IS EARS,

Posted by mrxyz on Thursday, 10.1.09 @ 22:02pm


Again, he's already inducted. Is there really any point in pontificating further? Maybe, but there's also no real rush to do so either.

Posted by Philip on Thursday, 10.1.09 @ 23:38pm


Again, he's already inducted. Is there really any point in pontificating further? Maybe, but there's also no real rush to do so either.

Posted by Philip on Thursday, 10.1.09 @ 23:38pm

Gosh you're only the 3rd post and 2nd person to say anything.{If you really said anyting of substance..} Heck there are lots of post on an about the Beatles and even Madonna {after induction}.. Here is a person that really made the Beatles "sound" and help create the British invation .. With little to no talk...

Posted by mrxyz on Friday, 10.2.09 @ 09:34am


I'm the 5th person to say to something.

HORRAY FOR GEORGE!!

Posted by joker on Friday, 10.2.09 @ 09:43am


Happy 84th birthday to Sir George Martin.

Posted by Aaron O'Donnell on Sunday, 01.3.10 @ 02:11am


Happy 85th Birthday, Sir George Martin

Posted by Aaron O'Donnell on Monday, 01.3.11 @ 04:24am


May you RIP, sir.

Posted by Zechariah on Wednesday, 03.9.16 @ 01:48am


Thank you for the sound George. RIP.

Posted by Philip on Wednesday, 03.9.16 @ 11:11am


Perhaps - PERHAPS - the best rock producer of all-time, & quite possibly on e of the top ten music producers in general.

Posted by Cheesecrop on Wednesday, 03.9.16 @ 15:59pm


"In the studio next door, Paul McCartney was recording Live and Let Die, and producer George Martin popped into our studio to have a listen to our slightly different version of the classic he had recorded about ten years earlier. He gave a nod of approval." - Jeff Lynne comments for Roll Over Beethoven on The Electric Light Orchestra box set Flashback liner notes from 2000! 8-)

May George Martin rest in peace. :'(

Posted by Rick Vendl II on Thursday, 03.10.16 @ 21:11pm


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