“Humph” Lyttelton
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His Meek-engineered single “Bad Penny Blues” was the first jazz record to make it into the pop charts. The production was so uncommon in its sound, that it was a major influence on many subsequent pop productions of the time. The most obvious influence was on George Martin and The Beatles with the opening bars of “Lady Madonna”. Humphrey kept on performing right up to his passing in 2008.

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