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Label: Parlophone - PCS 3071,Parlophone - 10 4257 1,Apple Records - PCS 3071,Apple Records - 10 4257 1 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo, Reissue, Remastered • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Stage & Screen • Style: Beat, Soundtrack, Pop Rock
Produced by George Martinit was the fifth UK album release by the band, and contains fourteen songs in its original Help!
- The Beatles - Help! form. Seven of these, Help! - The Beatles - Help! the singles " Help! The second side contained seven other releases including the most- covered song ever written, " Yesterday ". The American release was a true soundtrack album, mixing the first seven songs with instrumental material from the film. Of the other seven songs that were on the British release, two were released on the US version of the next Beatles album, Rubber Soultwo were back-to-back on the next US single and then appeared on Yesterday and Todayand three had already been on Beatles VI.
The album includes Paul McCartney 's " Yesterday ", arranged for guitar and string quartet and recorded without the other group members. McCartney called the arrangement "quite radical". During the recording sessions for the album, the band used the studio's multitracking capabilities to layer their sound.
In this, author Mark Prendergast highlights George Harrison 's use of a volume pedal and incorporation of "more intricate chordal devices to enrich his guitar sound". These were his first compositions to be included on a Beatles album since " Don't Bother Me " on 's With the Beatles. The record contained two cover versions and a few tracks more closely related to the group's previous This Heart Of Mine - The Wonders - This Heart Of Mine output, but still marked a decisive step forward.
The record sleeve-note shows that Windy - Bill Allen - Music To Twist By and McCartney made more extensive and prominent use of keyboards, previously played unobtrusively by Martin.
Four-track overdubbing technology encouraged this. Lennon, for his part, made much greater use of acoustic guitar, forsaking his famous Rickenbacker. The original LP's format of featuring songs from the soundtrack on side one and non-soundtrack songs on side two follows the format of A Hard Day's Night. John Lennon . In later years, Lennon stated that the album's title track was a sincere cry for help; he regretted changing it from a downbeat, piano-driven ballad to an uptempo pop song, which was done only as a result of commercial pressures.
A few songs that were recorded and intended for the film were not used because of the Beatles' suggestions. Probywho released it as a single. In Juneat the end of the Help! Instead, the Beatles completed the track for Rubber Soul in November, when a final song was needed to complete that album.
The album cover shows the Beatles with their arms positioned to spell out a word in flag semaphore. But when we came to do the shot, the arrangement of the arms Untitled - Void Of Silence - Human Antithesis (Vinyl, LP, LP) those letters didn't look good.
So we decided to improvise and ended up with the best graphic positioning of the arms. There have been four CD releases of Help! The first was on 30 Aprilusing the song UK track line-up.
Having been available only as an import in the US in the past, the original track UK version replaced the original US version with its release on LP and cassette as well on 21 July CD featured a contemporary stereo digital remix of the album prepared by Martin in Martin had expressed concern to EMI over the original stereo mix, claiming it sounded "very woolly, and not at all what I thought should be a good issue".
Martin went back to the original four-track tapes Help! - The Beatles - Help! remixed them for stereo. When the album was originally released on CD in Canada, pressings were imported from other countries, and used the remix.
This was the only source for the stereo mix in its entirety until the release of the mono box set in The remastered stereo CD was released on 9 September.
It was "created from the original stereo digital master tapes from Martin's CD mixes made in ". The stereo mix was reissued again on the Help! But then, who wants surprises from the Beatles?
In the United States, where the mainstream press had long focused on the Beatlemania phenomenon and had derided the group's music, as well as rock 'n' roll generally, the summer of coincided with the first examples of artistic recognition for the Beatles from the country's cultural mainstream. Adding to what he described as the Beatles' impact on "serious music", Freed cited musicologists and composers such as Leonard Bernstein and Abram Chasins as admirers of the group's work.
The nomination marked the first time that a rock band had been recognised in this category. In his review of the Beatles' CD releases, for Rolling Stone magazine, Steve Pond remarked on the "unstoppable momentum" evident in the band's pre- Rubber Soul albums and recommended Help! He describes the full album as "a big step forward" and "the first chapter in the astounding creative takeoff the Beatles were just beginning". Kemp identifies "Yesterday" as "the album's masterpiece" and a song that "set the stage for one of the most groundbreaking and innovative periods in The Beatles' career, not Help!
- The Beatles - Help! mention pop music in general". McCormick concludes: " Help! InHelp! All tracks are written by Lennon—McCartneyexcept where noted. Likewise, the mono version of the album uses a folded-down mix of "Help! This CD contains both the stereo and mono versions of the American release. A second CD release of this album, which contains the seven songs in true mono, was issued in individually and as part of the Beatles' The U.
Albums box set. All of the non-film tracks from side two of the Parlophone album were spread out through three American albums. The American version of Help! In the US, the album sold 1, copies by 31 December and 1, copies by the end of the decade.
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