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Martin Birch (27 December 1948 - 9 August 2020) was a British music producer and sound engineer. He became renowned for engineering and producing hard rock albums recorded predominantly by British rock bands, including Deep Purple, Rainbow, Fleetwood Mac, Whitesnake, Black Sabbath, Blue Öyster Cult, and Iron Maiden.

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Selected discography

Fleetwood Mac

Deep Purple

Jon Lord

Bernie Marsden

Wishbone Ash

Rainbow

Whitesnake

Black Sabbath

Blue Öyster Cult

Iron Maiden

Other artists

Pages linking in as of August 2020

Black Sabbath, 2 Minutes to Midnight, 24 Carat Purple, 34 Hours, Aces High (song), Ain't No Love in the Heart of the City, Argus (album), Assault Attack, Bare Trees, Be Quick or Be Dead, Behind the Iron Curtain (video), Best of the 'B' Sides, Best of the Beast, Blue Öyster Cult, Bring Your Daughter... to the Slaughter, Bruce Dickinson, Burn (Deep Purple album), Burnin' for You, Can I Play with Madness,,,,, Children of the Sea (song), Chris Tsangarides, Classic Albums: Deep Purple – The Making of Machine Head, Come an' Get It, Come Taste the Band, Cross-Eyed Mary, Cultösaurus Erectus, Danny Kirwan, Days May Come and Days May Go, Ed Hunter, Eddie's Head, Edward the Great, Elements (Roger Glover album), Fear of the Dark (Iron Maiden album), Fear of the Dark (song), Fire of Unknown Origin, Fireball (album), Fireball (Deep Purple song), First Step (Faces album), Flight of Icarus, Fool for Your Loving, Greatest Hits (Whitesnake album), Green Bullfrog, Grinding Stone (album), Hallowed Be Thy Name (song), Heaven and Hell (Black Sabbath album), Heaven and Hell (Black Sabbath song), Here I Go Again, Holy Smoke (song), I Got the Fire, Infinite Dreams, Iron Maiden, Killers (Iron Maiden album), Kiln House, Last Concert in Japan, Listen, Learn, Read On, Live After Death, Live in London (Deep Purple album), Live... in the Heart of the City, Long Live Rock 'n' Roll, Long Player (album), Lovehunter, Machine Head (album), Made in Europe, Made in Japan (Deep Purple album), Maiden England, Main Page, Martin Birch (transclusion), Mirrors (Blue Öyster Cult album), Mob Rules (album), Mystery to Me, Neon Knights, No Prayer for the Dying, On Stage (Rainbow album), Over the Top (Cozy Powell album), Penguin (album), Piece of Mind, Powerslave, Purgatory (song), Ready an' Willing, Rises Over Japan, Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow, Run to the Hills, Running Free, Saints & Sinners (Whitesnake album), Sarabande (album), Seventh Son of a Seventh Son, Slide It In, Snakebite (album), Somewhere Back in Time, Somewhere in Time (Iron Maiden album), Stackridge (album), Stormbringer (album), Stranger in a Strange Land (Iron Maiden song), The Best of Rainbow, The Clairvoyant (song), The End of the Game, The Essential Iron Maiden, The Evil That Men Do (song), The Green Manalishi (With the Two Prong Crown), The Jeff Beck Group, The Number of the Beast (album), The Number of the Beast (song), The Trooper, The Very Best of Deep Purple, Then Play On, Trouble (Whitesnake album), Twilight Zone (Iron Maiden song), Veteran of the Psychic Wars, Visions of the Beast, Wasted Years, Wasting Love, Wayne County & the Electric Chairs , Who Do We Think We Are



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