4: Glyn Johns
The first of a two-part profile of Glyn Johns , a producer who entered the recording industry as a trainee engineer in 1959. In the 60s he worked with the Beatles, the Stones, the Small Faces, the Kinks, and the Who and went on to produce many of the major names of the 70s. Presented by Nicky Campbell.
Producer John Pidgeon
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