Help (Remastered) (1965)
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Album Notes and Credits
Notes & Personnel Info
|The Beatles: John Lennon (vocals, guitar, electric piano); Paul McCartney (vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass); George Harrison (vocals, guitar); Ringo Starr (vocals, drums).|
|Additional personnel: George Martin (piano).|
|This reissue of HELP! has been digitally re-mastered. It comes packaged with replicated original U.K. album art, an expanded booklet containing original and newly written liner notes, and rare photos. Limited quantities of the CD are embedded with a brief documentary film about the album.|
|Audio Remasterers: Sam Okell; Sean Magee; Steve Rooke; Guy Massey; Paul Hicks.|
|Liner Note Authors: Mike Heatley; Kevin Howlett.|
|Photographers: Bruce a. Karsh; Robert Freeman.|
|HELP was the last Beatles album to feature a cover version (Larry Williams's "Dizzy Miss Lizzie"), and is considered a turning point in the quality of their songwriting. Like the previous album's "Im a Loser," "You've Got To Hide Your Love Away" was Lennon's nod to the influence of Bob Dylan. McCartney's gift for melody was obvious in "I've Just Seen A Face." And Harrison's songwriting contributions grew to two tracks.|
|Instrumentally, "Ticket To Ride"'s off-beat rhythm was Ringo's masterpiece, while the string quartet in the huge hit "Yesterday" was unusual for a rock band at that time; it was the start of a stellar series of McCartney ballads with strings ("Eleanor Rigby," "She's Leaving Home").|
Producer: George Martin
Engineer: Norman Smith
Arthur Alexander | Bill Haley | Bob Dylan | Buck Owens | Buddy Holly | Carl Perkins (Rockabilly) | Chuck Berry | Eddie Cochran | Elvis Presley | Fats Domino | Gene Vincent | Jerry Lee Lewis | Johnny Kidd & the Pirates | Larry Williams (Piano/Singer) | Little Richard | Little Willie John | Lonnie Donegan | Phil Spector | Ravi Shankar | Roy Orbison | Smokey Robinson | The Everly Brothers | The Isley Brothers | The Marvelettes | The Shadows | The Shirelles | The Supremes
Bee Gees | Billy J. Kramer | Chad & Jeremy | David & Jonathan | Donovan | Emitt Rhodes | Freddie & the Dreamers | Gerry & the Pacemakers | Grapefruit | Herman's Hermits | Jimi Hendrix | Kippington Lodge | Love | Manfred Mann (Group) | Mary Hopkin | P.F. Sloan | Peter & Gordon | Pink Floyd | Small Faces | The Animals | The Association | The Beach Boys | The Beau Brummels | The Blue Things | The Bobby Fuller Four | The Byrds | The Creation | The Dave Clark Five | The Easybeats | The Fourmost | The Hollies | The Idle Race | The Kinks | The Left Banke | The Liverbirds | The Lovin' Spoonful | The Merry-Go-Round | The Monkees | The Moody Blues | The Move | The Palace Guard | The Pretty Things | The Remains | The Rolling Stones | The Searchers | The Shadows | The Sorrows (UK) | The Undertakers (UK) | The Who | The Yardbirds | The Zombies | Them | Tomorrow | Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders
10cc | ABBA | ABC | Aerosmith | Ambrosia | Argent | Aztec Camera | Badfinger | Bay City Rollers | Bee Gees | Belle & Sebastian | Big Star | Billy Joel | Billy Squier | Blue ?yster Cult | Blur | Boston | Bread | Buffalo Springfield | Carpenters | Cat Stevens | Chad & Jeremy | Cheap Trick | Coldplay | Cream | Crowded House | David Bowie | Donovan | Dwight Twilley | Electric Light Orchestra | Elliott Smith | Elton John | Emerson, Lake & Palmer | Emitt Rhodes | Flamin' Groovies | Fleetwood Mac | Foo Fighters | Freddie & the Dreamers | Genesis (U.K. Band) | George Michael | Grateful Dead | Hsker D | Harry Nilsson | Herman's Hermits | Iron Butterfly | It's a Beautiful Day | Jackson Browne | James Taylor (Soft Rock) | Jason Falkner | Jeff Lynne | Jefferson Airplane | Jellyfish | Jimi Hendrix | Joe Jackson | Jonathan Richman | Kansas | Kate Bush | King Crimson | Led Zeppelin | Lenny Kravitz | Lloyd Cole | Love | M. Ward | Manfred Mann (Individual) | Marmalade | Marshall Crenshaw | Matthew Sweet | Michael Jackson | Moby Grape | Modern English | Mott the Hoople | Neutral Milk Hotel | Nick Lowe | Nirvana (US) | Oasis | Peter & Gordon | Peter Frampton | Pink Floyd | Pixies | Prefab Sprout | Prince | Procol Harum | Queen | Quicksilver Messenger Service | R. Stevie Moore | Rick Springfield | Robyn Hitchcock | Rockpile | Sebadoh | Simon & Garfunkel | Sloan | Small Faces | Sonny & Cher | Spirit | Split Enz | Spoon | Squeeze | Status Quo (UK) | Steely Dan | Supergrass | Supertramp | Syd Barrett | T. Rex | Teenage Fanclub | The Alan Parsons Project | The Apples in Stereo | The Association | The Beau Brummels | The Byrds | The Cars | The Chameleons UK | The Church | The dB's | The Dream Academy | The Dukes of Stratosphear | The Feelies | The Go-Go's | The Guess Who | The House of Love | The Idle Race | The Iveys | The Jam | The Knack (US) | The La's | The Left Banke | The Lovin' Spoonful | The Mamas & the Papas | The Merry-Go-Round | The Monkees | The Moody Blues | The Move | The Nazz | The Neon Philharmonic | The Nice | The Police | The Posies | The Raspberries | The Replacements | The Residents | The Rockin' Berries | The Rubinoos | The Rutles | The Sir Douglas Quintet | The Smithereens | The Soft Boys | The Spongetones | The Stone Roses | The Three O'Clock | The Turtles | The Who | The Zombies | Third Eye Blind | Todd Rundgren | Tom Petty | Traffic | Travis (UK) | U2 | Utopia | Vanilla Fudge | Weezer | World Party | XTC | Yes
|Best Of George Harrison|
Associated Artists and Works
|Release Date : 09/09/2009|
|Original Release Date : 1965|
|Catalog ID : 824152|
|Label : Apple Corps|
|Number of Discs : 1|
|Studio/Live : Studio|
|Mono/Stereo : Stereo|
|SPAR Code : n/a|
|UPC : 00946382415226|
- Ranked #33 in EW's "100 Best Movie Soundtracks" - "...A mind-blowing slew of verging-on-adulthood Fab gems..."
- Included in Mojo's "100 Coolest Movie Soundtracks" - "...Pop music this good has rarely been written for the movies."
- "It set the stage for one of the most groundbreaking and innovative periods in The Beatles' career, not to mention pop music in general."
"I have never seen anything like it. Nor heard any noise to approximate the ceaseless, frantic, hysterical scream which met the Beatles when they took the stage after what seemed a hundred years of earlier acts. All very good, all marking time, because no one had come for anything other than the Beatles...
Then the theatre went wild. First aid men and police -- men in the stalls, women mainly in the balcony -- taut and anxious, patrolled the aisles, one to every three rows.
Many girls fainted. Thirty were gently carried out, protesting in their hysteria, forlorn and wretched in an unrequited love for four lads who might have lived next door.
The stalls were like a nightmare March Fair. No one could remain seated. Clutching each other, hurling jelly babies at the stage, beating their brows, the youth of Britain's second city surrendered themselves totally."
- Derek Taylor (From his book Fifty Years Adrift)