George Martin began his career working at the BBC Music Library after which he landed a job at Parlaphone, EMI's "junk label" that released novelty records, soundtracks and light-pop orchestra material. After spending a few years recording classical music he went on to produce lots of comedy projects working with Peter Sellers, Spike Milligan and the Goons.
In early 1962, Martin and Maddalena Fagandini recorded the first single released by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop under the pseudonym "Ray Cathode". "Time… read more
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