This man right here created soundscapes that mesmerized me as a child and continue to do the same today. The genius in his arrangements went on to not only inspire countless producers, arrangers, writers and musicians careers but also invented genres within singular songs. In his work you continually find subtleties that you missed in previous listens and it allows for discovery again and again. Great movies have this quality too. I've always felt the cinematic quality in music and I think he's the reason why. He understood that the song lures you in and the arrangement keeps you there and keeps you interested. He knew how to captivate the listener with magical note choices that are simply timeless in their sophistication. He will live on in these albums as the greatest emotional mastermind to have ever lived. I hope that his work will continue to remind future generations of the importance and the art of making albums and complete thoughts instead of thinking in terms of only singles. May we all get a chance to listen to Abbey Road one more time today. RIP George Martin

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This man right here created soundscapes that mesmerized me as a child and continue to do the same today. The genius in his arrangements went on to not only inspire countless producers, arrangers, writers and musicians careers but also invented genres within singular songs. In his work you continually find subtleties that you missed in previous listens and it allows for discovery again and again. Great movies have this quality too. I've always felt the cinematic quality in music and I think he's the reason why. He understood that the song lures you in and the arrangement keeps you there and keeps you interested. He knew how to captivate the listener with magical note choices that are simply timeless in their sophistication. He will live on in these albums as the greatest emotional mastermind to have ever lived. I hope that his work will continue to remind future generations of the importance and the art of making albums and complete thoughts instead of thinking in terms of only singles. May we all get a chance to listen to Abbey Road one more time today. RIP George Martin