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Giles Martin: 'Dad, I'll miss you more than words can say'

George and Giles Martin Credit: PA

Producer and music director Giles Martin, has posted a touching online tribute to his pop impresario father George Martin, writing on Twitter that he will miss him "more than words can say."

Martin, who signed the Beatles, died yesterday aged 90. He is survived by his wife Judy and four children.

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Midge Ure: 'We all learned from George Martin'

Producer and singer Midge Ure has spoken about the death of Sir George Martin, describing him as "one of the most wonderful people I have ever met."

In a phone call to GMB, Ure says "we all learned from George."

He credited Martin not only with giving the world the Fab Four, but with pioneering stereo music.

"Up until George got involved with the music industry, everything was in mono," he explains. "George insisted that we bring in a three-track tape recorder."

'George Martin was the Edmund Hillary of music'

Spandau Ballet star Gary Kemp has described George Martin as "the Edmund Hillary of music" in a touching tribute to the Fab Four producer who died yesterday aged 90.

Tributes to 'greatest British music producer of all time'

Celebrities ranging from Liam Gallagher to Roger Moore have paid tribute to 'fifth Beatle' George Martin, who has died aged 90.

George Martin and Liam Gallagher in 1996 Credit: PA

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David Cameron: Sir George was a 'giant of music'

Prime Minister David Cameron has described Sir George Martin as a "giant of music" in a tribute to the record producer on Twitter:

John Lennon's son pays tribute to Sir George Martin

Sean Ono Lennon, son of John Lennon and Yoko Ono, paid tribute to Sir George Martin on social media.

Posting a black and white picture of Sir George on Instagram, he wrote: "R.I.P. George Martin. I'm so gutted I don't have many words. Thinking of Judy and Giles and family. Love Always, Sean"

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