George Martin, Legendary Beatles Producer, Shows How to Mix the Perfect Song Dry Martini

George Martin knows something about mixing. The Beatles trusted him to mix their albums, deciding which ingredients to leave in, and which ones to leave out. (Take for example this lost guitar solo from “Here Comes The Sun.”) The record producer, sometimes known as the Fifth Beatle, has taste. No one disputes that. So let’s let him mix us the perfect dry gin martini and issue an amusing word of caution. Hope you’re taking careful notes….

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