Richard Lush - Assistant Recording Engineer - The Beatles - Multiple interviews

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Richard Lush, another good friend of Mark's, was a tape operator at Abbey Road from 1965 through to 1972. He worked on 70 Beatles sessions and worked with scores of artists ranging from Shirley Bassey through to Matt Monro.

Significant songs: A Day In The Life, I Am The Walrus.

Richard emigrated to Australia in 1973 and established himself as a very successful record producer, working with groups ranging from Sherbet ('How's That?') through to individuals such as Australian Idol's Anthony Callea.


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