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  1. Dec 02, 2003 · The University of Georgia (UGA) is the oldest, largest, and most comprehensive educational institution in Georgia. Chartered by the Georgia General Assembly in 1785, UGA was the first university in America to be created by a state government, and the principles undergirding its charter helped lay the foundation for the American system of public ...

  2. Dec 02, 2021 · Jackson Laird, a student at Rainey-McCullers School of the Arts in Columbus, Georgia, was recognized by the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) Electronic Music Composition Competition for his musical composition “Run Away.”

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  5. Artist Title Year Country Chart entries 1: Doris Day: Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be) 1956: US: UK 1 – Jun 1956 (22 weeks), Flanders 1 – Dec 1956 (6 months), Radio Luxembourg sheet music 1 for 5 weeks – Sep 1956, Record Mirror 1 for 6 weeks – Aug 1956, Australia 1 for 8 weeks – Sep 1956, France 1 for 1 week – Jan 1957, Oscar in 1956 (film 'The Man Who Knew Too Much'), US ...

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    Martin was born on 3 January 1926 in Highbury, London. When he was six, his family acquired a piano that sparked his interest in music. At eight years of age, he persuaded his parents, Henry and Betha Beatrice (née Simpson) Martin,that he should take piano lessons, but those ended after only eight lessons because of a disagreement between his mothe...

    Martin was contacted by Sid Coleman of Ardmore & Beechwood, who told him about Brian Epstein, the manager of a band whom he had met. He thought Martin might be interested in the group, even though they had been turned down by Decca Records. Until that time, although there had been considerable success with comedy records, Martin had had less succes...

    Martin produced recordings for many other artists, including contemporaries of the Beatles. Artists that Martin worked with include singers Matt Monro, Cilla Black, Elton John, Celine Dion, Kenny Rogers, Yoshiki of X Japan, Gary Brooker, Neil Sedaka, and the a cappella vocal ensemble The King's Singers; guitarists Jeff Beck, John McLaughlin, and Jo...

    Within the recording industry, Martin was known for having become independent at a time when many producers were still salaried. EMI had refused his pleas for royalties on his own work, nor did they provide him with any year-end bonuses (which were standard for EMI employees) after 1962, maintaining that his £3000 annual salary was sufficient remun...

    Martin also directly and indirectly contributed to the main themes of three films in the James Bond series. Although Martin did not produce the theme for the second Bond film, From Russia with Love, he was responsible for the signing of Matt Monroto EMI, just months prior to his recording of the song of the same title. Martin also produced two of t...

    In 1979, Martin published a memoir, All You Need is Ears (co-written with Jeremy Hornsby), that described his work with the Beatles and other artists (including Peter Sellers, Sophia Loren, Shirley Bassey, Flanders and Swann, Matt Monro, and Dudley Moore), and gave an informal introduction to the art and science of sound recording. In 1993, he publ...

    The Rhythm of Life

    In 1997–98, Martin hosted a three-part BBC co-produced documentary series titled The Rhythm of Life, in which he discussed various aspects of musical composition with professional musicians and singers, among them Brian Wilson, Billy Joel, and Celine Dion. The series aired on the Ovationtelevision network in the United States.

    Produced by George Martin

    On 25 April 2011, a 90-minute documentary feature film co-produced by the BBC Arena team, Produced by George Martin, aired to critical acclaim for the first time in the UK. It combines rare archive footage and new interviews with, among others, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Jeff Beck, Cilla Black, and Giles Martin, and tells the life story of how George Martin, a schoolboy growing up in the Depression, grew up to become a legendary music producer. The film, with over 50 minutes of extra footag...

    Soundbreaking: Stories from the Cutting Edge of Recorded Music

    Produced in association with Sir George Martin, Soundbreaking: Stories from the Cutting Edge of Recorded Music charts a century's worth of music innovation and experimentation, and offers a behind-the-scenes look at recorded music. Soundbreaking features more than 160 original interviews with some of the most celebrated recording artists, producers, and music industry pioneers of all time. Soundbreakingbecame George Martin's last, and one of his most personal, projects when he died six days b...

    Martin died in his sleep on the night of 8 March 2016 at his home in Wiltshire, England, at the age of 90. His death was announced by Ringo Starr on his Twitter account, and a spokesperson for Universal Music Group confirmed his death.The cause of his death was not disclosed.

    Records produced by Martin have achieved 30 number one singles and 16 number one albums in the UK – plus 23 number one singles and 19 number one albums in North America (most of which were by The Beatles). 1. "You're Driving Me Crazy", The Temperance Seven(25 May 1961, #1) 2. "My Kind of Girl", Matt Monro(31 July 1961, #5) 3. "My Boomerang Won't Co...

  6. May 02, 2018 · So says Louis “Cork” Marcheschi of Fifty Foot Hose, whose sole album, Cauldron – a pioneering collision of abstract electronics and psychedelic rock originally released in 1967 – was reissued for the first time on vinyl at the end of 2017. Marcheschi’s remark is a reissue too, in a way. He originally made that assertion early in ’67 ...