The first time I ever heard someone talk about production was when I was on the back of a bus at Knebworth,” recalls Martin “Youth” Glover. “I was 15 and we had gone up to see The Rolling Stones. It was the Marshall Tucker Band’s bus.”
I’m sat across from Youth in his front room in south London with a cup of tea in hand speaking about music and what it means to be a producer. The gold, classic condenser ...
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