There's been a great deal written about George Martin over the last couple of days - I can't recall an occasion previously when a record producer's death has led the BBC News, for example.
If you're looking for a good place to start, or frankly are only prepared to read one thing about Martin, I'd suggest the Guardian's collection of other producers talking about his work, although it's a pity they start with Mark Ronson's bit:
I was in a studio last night with a bass in my hand, thinking, ‘What would George do?’Were you really, Mark? Really?
It might make me a bad person that when I heard the news, my mind went straight not to The White Album or Love Me Do, but... well, to this:
To be fair, Big Train did capture something quite essential about Martin there - yes, he was brilliant musically, but like many musicians that didn't make him any less of a bore when he talked about it.
On a side note, how many Game Of Thrones fans do you think had a horrible two minutes on Wednesday morning?