Books by George Martin

Released: April 15, 2005

"A meticulously researched, substantial contribution to New York history."
Earnest study of the famed New York "meddler" who spent a long life power-brokering, serving the public good in the bargain: an anti-Robert Moses, one might say. Read full book review >
Released: May 10, 1995

The Beatles' producer fondly recalls the recording sessions that resulted in one of the 1960s' cultural landmarks. Martin writes not as the group's pal but as their collaborator, integrating his personal impressions mainly to illuminate the songwriting and performances that became the album Sgt. Read full book review >

Released: Aug. 1, 1993

A meticulously researched history of operatic music as performed in San Francisco from the Gold Rush to the Civil War. The subtitle saves this admirable volume from a truth-in- advertising charge. Read full book review >