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The Beatles - Help! Album

  • Darsteller: The Beatles
  • Genre: Rock
  • Titel: Help!
  • Freigegeben: 1988
  • Stil: Rock & Roll
  • Etikett: Parlophone
  • Katalog: 0667464391
  • Land: Brazil
  • Größe der MP3-Version: 1971 mb
  • Größe der FLAC-Version: 1921 mb
  • Bewertung: 4.4
  • Abstimmungen: 175

Trackliste

1Another Girl
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
2I've Just Seen A Face
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
3Help!
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
4You've Got To Hide Your Love Away
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
5The Night Before
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
6Ticket To Ride
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
7It's Only Love
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
8Yesterday
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
9Act Naturally
Written-By – Russell, Morisson
10You Like Me Too Much
Written-By – Harrison
11I Need You
Written-By – Harrison
12Dizzy Miss Lizzy
Written-By – Williams
13Tell Me What You See
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
14You're Going To Lose That Girl
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney

Hinweise

Tracks 1-7 featured in the film Help!
Total running time : 0hr 34mn 23s

℗ 1965 Original Sound Recordings made by EMI Records Ltd.
© 1969 EMI Records Ltd.

On CD: MADE IN AUSTRIA

Apple logo on the Back Cover

Track durations are not printed on the release.Clone of the UK Stereo 'Blue Box' LPFirst pressing. August 6, 1965. Black label with yellow logo and silver print. “The Gramophone Co. Ltd.” printed at the start perimeter print and “Sold in U.K. subject…” text. Capitol print. Tracing-paper-lined “Use Emitex” die-cut inner sleeve. With or without KT tax code on the label.

Variation A. The original 1st labels used a Sans-Serif font and the credit indicator for “I Need You” was placed to the right of the song title with a space between: I Need You .

Variant B (this one): Other of the original labels used a thick font and the same credit indicator for “I Need You” was placed to the right of the song title with a space between: I Need You . In addition, the laqueur numbers (XEX.549 & XEX.550) shifted relative to date on the both sides.

Variation C. Side 1 is practically the same as in variation 1A but the titles of “Girl” on track 5 and 6 are now aligned directly above each other. Side 2 has a few more differences in the tracklist layout. Most noticeably, the second line now begins with BIEM instead of NCB; and “Yesterday” now no longer begins on its own line. The layout in general is neater with the space being used a little more efficiently.

Only the A Side of this album is from the film soundtrack.Fabricado e distribuído por Fonobrás-distribuidora fonográfica brasileira

Unternehmen

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Distributed By – Fonobrás, Distribuidora Fonográfica Brasileira Ltda.
  • Record Company – The Gramophone Co. Ltd.
  • Printed By – Garrod & Lofthouse Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Glass Mastered At – DADC Austria

Album

Most people think its just a fast rock n roll song. The striking album front cover features The Beatles making semaphore signals but these do not spell Help The album went immediately to no. Created with MAGIX Video Pro is The Beatles' fifth studio album and the soundtrack to their second feature length film. To favorites 60 Download album. It contained 14 songs: 10 by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, two more by George Harrison, and a further two cover versions. Music video by The Beatles performing Help. The Beatles fifth official UK album release, Help was the soundtrack to the groups second feature film. The cover was supposed to have the Beatles spelling out H-E-L-P in semaphore, but it didnt look good visually, partially because the patterns for E and L in semaphore look somewhat Beatles fifth official UK album release, Help was the soundtrack to the groups second feature film. And I am singing about when I was so much younger and all the rest, looking back at how easy it was. It was released on 6 August 1965. The second side contained seven other releases including the most-covered song. But later, I knew I really was crying out for help. I was eating and drinking like a pig and I was fat as a pig, dissatisfied with myself, and subconsciously I was crying for help When Help came out, I was actually crying out for help. It was first released on 6 August 1965 in the United Kingdom by Parlophone and on 13 August in the United States by Capitol Records. Another soundtrack album was released which contained all the songs from side one of the UK album plus six instrumental pieces scored by Ken Thorne. Help рус. The whole Beatle thing was just beyond comprehension. The feedback you provide will help us show you more relevant content in the future. So it was my fat Elvis period. Most people think it's just a fast rock 'n roll song. The cover was supposed to have the Beatles spelling out H-E-L-P in semaphore, but it didnt look good visually, partially because the patterns for E and L in semaphore look somewhat similar. View more. Yet again in the US, things were different. Again, they pad the album with covers, but the Bakersfield bounce of Act Naturally adds new flavor along with an ideal showcase for Ringo's amiable vocals and Dizzy Miss Lizzy gives John an opportunity to flex his rock & roll muscle. My version of this great album, it took me a while to finish, hope you like my cover. The Beatles - Help 1965. Покупайте и продавайте винил и компакт-диски, формируйте. Help is The Beatles' fifth studio album and the soundtrack to their second feature length film. Created with MAGIX Video Pro Beatles fifth official UK album release, Help was the soundtrack to the groups second feature film. Now I may be very positive yes, yes but I also go through deep depression. The film had an early working title of Beatles II, until Eight Arms To Hold You was suggested. The Beatles. Produced by George Martin, it was the fifth UK album release by the band, and contains fourteen songs in its original British form. Where Beatles For Sale had captured the vitality of angry young men, the songs on Help-Lennons Help and Youve Got to Hide Your Love Away, McCartneys Yesterday and Ive Just Seen a Face -felt naked to the point of abstraction, the heat of the feelings stripped away to reveal something pining, innocent, planted on the ground but strangely. The album cover shows the Beatles with their arms positioned to spell out a word in flag semaphore. Produced by George Martin, it serves as a soundtrack to the film of the same name and contains fourteen songs in its original British release. Classic Rock Experimental Psychedelic Rock. The 14-track record includes 10 Lennon-McCartney numbers, 2 from George, and 2 covers Act Naturally and Dizzy Miss Lizzy a steady improvement from the cover-padded Beatles For Sale. 1 in the British charts remaining there for a total of nine of its 37 weeks in the Top Twenty. I didnt realise it at the time I just wrote the song because I was commissioned to write it for the movie. 2015 Calderstone Productions Limited a division of Universal Music Group, Subafilms Ltd. This was used for around three weeks in March and April 1965, and Capitol Records even announced that it would be the title of their first US single of the year. Help is the fifth studio album by English rock band The Beatles. 2018 г. Listen album. You see the movie: He I is very fat, very insecure, and he's completely lost himself. Seven of these, including the singles Help and Ticket to Ride, appeared in the film and took up the first side of the vinyl album. George is writing again and if his two contributions don't touch Lennon and McCartney's originals, they hold their own against much of their British pop peers. Как и в случае с альбомом A Hard Days Night, песни с первой стороны пластинки прозвучали в одноимённом фильме. According to cover photographer Robert Freeman, I had the idea of semaphore spelling out the letters HELP. 2015 Calderstone Productions Limited a division is The Beatles' fifth studio album and the soundtrack to their second feature length film. The Beatles - Help Full Album - 1965. It resulted in another US 1 album, which enjoyed a nine week stay during an overall chart run of 42 weeks. So we decided to improvise and ended up with the best graphic positioning of the arms. Help is the fifth studio album by the English rock band the Beatles and the soundtrack from their film of the same name. Classic Rock Pop-Rock Rock 'n' Roll. Album 1965 15 Songs. When 'Help' came out, I was actually crying out for help. Seven of these, including the singles Help and Ticket to Ride, appeared in the film and occupy the first side of the vinyl release the second side contained. I didn't realize it at the time I just wrote the song because I was commissioned to write it for the movie. На помощь - пятый студийный альбом группы The Beatles, вышедший в 1965 году на лейбле Parlophone Records. Заглавная песня альбома обратила на себя внимание необычной для раннего творчества группы серьёзностью текста. But when we came to do the shot, the arrangement of the arms with those letters didn't look good. I was eating and drinking like a pig and I was fat as a pig, dissatisfied with myself, and subconsciously I was crying for help

Kommentare

Moswyn Moswyn
I have a CD copy not listed here. The catalogue number is B0019706-02 and is a gatefold CD cover presented in both mono and stereo. Please help with value. It says US print 2014.
Tygrafym Tygrafym
HELP! I have a Mono UK version, Times New Roman font with KT embossed on SIDE 2. Runouts Side 1: XEX 549-2 (AAP perpendicular) and Side 2: XEX 550-2 (ACI or AGL? perpendicular) Any ideas which pressing it might be?
MisterQweene MisterQweene
TNR font? Def not a first pressing. Probably pressed in late 1966.
salivan salivan
I have a vinyl re-issue inside a plastic sleeve. there is a sticker on the back sleeve "made in Canada." black labels, PCS 3071. I cannot seem to find this version in Discogs. HELP?!
Lemana Lemana
On the surface it’s easy to dismiss The Beatles Help! as nothing more than a Marx Brothers romp across the world, as a rag-tag crew of ne’er-do-wells go to outlandish lengths in an attempt to steal a mystical ring from the hand of Mr. Starr ... and if you haven’t seen this tongue in cheek film, please do. But below the surface, with Sgt. Pepper just around the corner, both the film and the music relay what happens when the public image of The Beatles smacks up against their actual inner lives; lives filled with fame, paranoia, failing marriages, and the need to become adults, with original thoughts, in a world that wanted nothing more than to keep the Fab Four and Beatlemania rolling on and on and on.These were heady dark days, and it’s true, people were looking for something to take their thoughts away from the Cold War and the ever impending conflict in Viet Nam, that with each passing day brought Beatle fans one step closer to the Induction Center. Counter The Beatles wisecracking frolics with the Civil Rights movement that was changing everything that Americans thought they knew and understood, and it’s no wonder that this is a confusing misunderstood album, one with a foot in two time periods, with The Beatles wanting nothing more than to be taken seriously, comment on all they saw around them, and their place to effect and influence others.The song “Yesterday” is a prime example, and while certainly personal, much more light and airy than the 900 plus opus covers it would spawn, signifying not a song of love gone south, but of the times in which we all found ourselves living, where what we thought we’d known [yesterday], actually did seem far away as compared to the headlines of the world. The Beatles almost seemed to be putting on a disguise, an act that became a reality with Sgt. Pepper, where The Beatles freed themselves to do anything they wished by creating an alternate band. Just listen to Lennon on “You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away,” where in a Dylan influenced fever he swaps well known harmonies, changing his voice and tenor, almost slashing in his attempt to keep the music rags at bay, to carve out some private space for himself. Yet there’s still a naiveté in the McCartney song “I’ve Just Seen A Face,” a playful number of innocence and first love that connects those early years with these pot smoking changing times.Keeping in mind the atmosphere from which it rose, Help! was not just a soundtrack to a movie, it was the music for opening credits to the counter culture revolution, one where youth in all of its glory was plastered across the silver screen in living colour and stereophonic sound. Help! defined a corner as it was being turned, and for a brief year and a half of brilliant music, laced with liquid acid, all change seemed magically possible, as if by sheer will and good thoughts, wrongs would be righted, the heavens would part, and the horrors of a previous generation, pushed aside.Like it or not ... take it seriously or not ... Help! is an album that needs to be reckoned with.*** Pick the UK edition, it’s the only one worth considering.Review by Jenell Kesler
Hadadel Hadadel
printed and made by garrod and lofthouse ltd mine says
Faebei Faebei
https://www.discogs.com/Beatles-Help/release/6484537I used to have this version. Side one played in mono (presumably the '65 mono mix) while side two was clearly the '87 George Martin remix with the extra reverb etc. Was this variation standard to all of the 1987 Canadian pressings, or did I just get a weird one? I wish I'd kept the thing now...
Eayaroler Eayaroler
I recently acquired a really interesting Soviet copy of Help!. Would anyone be able to point me in the right direction for more information on it? I'm really interested in the origin
lolike lolike
Can someone help me. I have a Red Vinyl Help album from Hollywood Records. I can't find anything on it.
MrRipper MrRipper
my release has SMAS - 2386 on the label. Can't find this here...?
Brariel Brariel
Is it in the list? I just went through it and didn't see one with smas-2386
Arakus Arakus
I have just completed adding the SMAS-2386 release. It is available for your review.
Mr.Death Mr.Death
I also have the SMAS-2386 release and am adding it to the inventory today.
Cildorais Cildorais
The Capitol Records version that I have is"MAS 2386." It includes the original sleeve listing other Capitol albums of that time period.
invincible invincible
Mine too...
Chankane Chankane
How come there are no U.S. Releases on here? I have 3 copies that I'm trying to put on my collection. Updated: never mind found one.
Iseared Iseared
I think this listing is incorrect. It SAYS that 'Yesterday' now no longer appears on its own line, but it SHOWS photos where 'Yesterday' does have its own line ? All the details of the first three Variants of the first press are here - http://thebeatles-collection.com/wordpress/2011/07/16/help-parlophone-pmc-1255/
Urllet Urllet
There is a 1989/1990 Australian DMM version - mastered by Paul Bryant (2)
breakingthesystem breakingthesystem
I own a copy as follows :Cover Germany EMI Electrola 1 C 062-04 257 n , disc Apple 1 C 062-04 257 .Any ideas ? If the disc was exchanged - where to find an Apple disc with this number ?
Orll Orll
Perhaps the first cracks are appearing to show in "Beatlemania". The movie "Help!" finds the Beatles bonafide 'movie stars', with a movie that for the most part is as silly as any Elvis flick.Makes one realize what a wonderful film "A Hard Day's Night" was. Spontaneous, natural --in glorious black and white!Enough of the film. I won't review the American release (which by this time was irritating U.S. Beatle fans, because it included nice but unwanted soundtrack music from the film).First, the good stuff. "Yesterday" is an undeniable Beatles' classic. A lovely song that has been discounted by sheer overplay.Lennon delivers two strong songs, the Dylan-inspired "You've Got to Hide Your Love Away" and "Ticket to Ride" (which remains one of THE great pop songs of the sixties).McCartney's "I've Just Seen a Face" is wonderful in its simplicity. Why is it I still love to hear this song, yet I have had enough of "Yesterday"? Music, like all art, is so subjective.Ringo offers up one of his best performances, with his ironic version of Buck Owens' "Act Naturally".The rest of the album seems to be engaging but uninspired pop. George contributes a rather tame and tired "I Need You". "You Like Me Too Much" is funny (downright goofy) in its awkwardness.Lennon's version of Larry Williams' "Dizzy Miss Lizzie" seems anti-climatic after his wonderful take on "Slow Down". "You're Going to Lose That Girl", "Another Girl", "Tell Me What You See", "The Night Before" are pleasant little pop songs, but the Beatles are capable of so much more. Even the title theme "Help!" seems so much less than the still marvelous "A Hard Day's Night".On the bright side, at least good old Parlophone gave its English buyers fourteen Beatles' songs. Americans were stuck with half a Beatle album and half a George Martin album. Also, Capitol Records continued its niggardly trend of eleven songs on Beatles' lps....so we got stuck with a hybrid called "Beatles' VI", which to my ear is one of the weakest albums in an otherwise solid catalog.
Maridor Maridor
Hello,i have this version of Help thats doesnt' apeear in list aboveEMI 14C 062-04257 GreeceDo you know about?