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Sound engineer Richard Lush to take Q & A on Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band | Leader

Sound engineer Richard Lush to take Q & A on Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band | Leader

December 18
08:41 2016

IT WAS 50 years ago today … when an 18-year-old Richard Lush was learning his craft as a sound engineer and working on the iconic Beatles album, Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. Having started off his career mixing small sections of records such as Rubber Soul and Revolver, little did he know he was about to be become the chief sound engineer at Abbey Road Studios in London on an album, which not only came to define the 1960s, but is now arguably considered one of the greatest records of all time. Mr Lush, who has called Sydney home since the 1970s, and fellow engineer Geoff Emerick, who now resides in Los Angeles, will take part in a 50th anniversary retrospective, discussing the legendary Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album at a Q & A event in Melbourne in February.

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