On 5 March 1963 The Beatles were in London to record their new single. “From Me To You”, “Thank You Girl” and “The One After 909” were taped during this session.
Here with George Martin having tea at the EMI canteen during a pause.
George Martin, the Beatles producer, has died at the age of 90. During his six-decade career in the music industry, Martin produced almost all of the Beatles’ recordings as well as many other acts.
On September 9, 1993 Abbey Road Studios hosted the press launch of the Red and Blue CD Albums. George Martin was the master of cerimony and George Harrison made a surprise appearance.
It’s the 50th anniversary of The Beatles Please Please Me album release (March 22th 1963). The album contained the “A” and “B” sides of their first two singles, plus 10 new songs all recorded in one session at Abbey Road on Monday, February 11th 1963.