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|Author||George Martin, Jeremy Hornsby|
|Media type||Print (Hardback & Paperback)|
All You Need Is Ears: The inside personal story of the genius who created The Beatles (ISBN 0-312-11482-6) is the 1979 memoir of The Beatles' producer George Martin, co-authored by Jeremy Hornsby. The book was republished in 1994. The title is a play-on-words to the Beatles song "All You Need is Love".
The book describes Martin's early life as well as his career with EMI/Parlophone, where he first signed and produced The Beatles. He also describes working with some of the other artists he produced during the 1960s.
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