By Clive Young. Legendary recording engineer Geoff Emerick died in Los Angeles Tuesday, October 2, of an apparent heart attack. The four-time Grammy winner recorded The Beatles from 1966 through their dissolution in 1970, contributing to albums like Revolver, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, The Beatles (AKA The White Album) and Abbey Road, and additionally worked with dozens of well-known acts in the decades that followed. He was 72.
Event to honor the late recording engineer through education.
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By Clive Young. Elvis called the six-time Grammy nominee the "best engineer anywhere as far as I'm concerned."