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Music Books [Issue #20]
Geoff Emerick With Howard Massey: Here, There and Everywhere: My Life Recording the Music of The Beatles
By Dean Truitt


Although recording engineer Geoff Emerick was only a 19-year-old boy when he began working with The Fab Four in 1966 and his tenure with the group lasted but two years, the young man’s experience ultimately helped shape history by crafting some of music’s finest material of any era.
Having just arrived to his first day on the job, Emerick filled John Lennon’s quixotic request to sound like the Dalai Lama singing from high atop a mountain range for his performance on “Tomorrow Never Knows.” By employing uncanny technical ability with the presence of mind to think far outside the box, the maverick sound sculptor conceived the idea to record the vocal track through a rotating Leslie speaker cabinet, his first of countless studio innovations. The stellar memoir offers one of the finest glimpses into The Beatles’ lives within their sanctuary, Abbey Road Studios, from an insider who witnessed the group’s working conditions and personal differences.


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Here, There and Everywhere: My Life Recording the Music of The Beatles Geoff Emerick With Howard Massey


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