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The Beatles - Songs For Eleanor (Making The Music For "Help!" The Film And Album)
The Beatles - Songs For Eleanor (Making The Music For "Help!" The Film And Album)
Performer: The Beatles
Title: Songs For Eleanor (Making The Music For "Help!" The Film And Album)
Label: Aziя Records
Country: Russia
Released: 2004
Style: Beat, Rock & Roll, Interview, Classic Rock
Rating: 4.4/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1832 mb | MP3 size: 2002 mb | WMA size: 1637 mb
Genre: Rock / Not music
Tracklist

1Help! - Take 12, Rs'822:22
2Yes It Is - Take 9, Rs'822:48
3Help! - Take 12, S1 Onto Take8, Rs'822:31
4 "Help!" Era Outtakes And Alternates
5That Means A Lot - Take 1, Rm12:26
6Yes It Is - Take 5, Rs'820:39
7That Means A Lot - Test Take, Rs'820:53
8Yes It Is - Take 14, Rm12:40
9Yes It Is - Take 10, Rs'820:17
10You're Going To Lose That Girl - Take 32:16
11That Means A Lot - Take 21, Rs'822:09
12That Means A Lot - Take 23, Rs'820:23
13It's Only Love - Take 2, Rs'95 1:54
14Help! - Take 8, Rs'82(b)2:16
15I'm Down - Take 7, Rm12:33
16Yes It Is - Take 8, Rs'820:21
17If You've Got Trouble - Take 1, Rs'842:23
18Yes It Is - Take 3, Rs'820:15
19Honey Don't2:49
20The Night Before - Take 22:37
21Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby2:24
22You're Going To Lose That Girl - Take 32:22
23That Means A Lot - Partial Rehearsal Take, Rs10:27
24The Night Before2:29
25Help! - Take 8 (Partial), Rs'82(a)0:35
26Yes It Is - Take 2, Rs'821:25
27Help! - Take 4, Rs'821:21
28A Taste Of Honey - Vocal Play0:09
29Yes It Is - Take 142:47
30Yes It Is - Take 7, Rs'821:15
31Help! - Take 5, Rs'822:56
32I Sat Belonely - Recitation0:08
33Another Girl - Take 12:11
34 The "Help!" Era Mono B-sides
35Chat With Denny Pierse1:46
36Ticket To Ride - Take 23:06
37That Means A Lot - Take 1, Rs12:45
38Help! - Take 7, Rs'822:29
39That Means A Lot - Take 24, Rs'821:45
40Help! - Take 11, S1 Onto Take8, Rs'820:15
41If You've Got Trouble - Take 1, Rs'822:47
42Help! - Take 2, Rs'820:39
43I Need You - Take 52:33
44That Means A Lot - Take 1, Rs'842:25
45You've Got To Hide Your Love Away - Take 1&5, Rm'952:44
46Help! - Take 122:16
47Yes It Is - Take 1, Rs'823:01
48Yes It Is - Take 14, Rs'822:56
49I'm Down - Take 1, Rs'952:52
50Help! - Take 1, Rs'820:27
51Ticket To Ride0:57
52 The "Help!" Film Production Acetates
53Help! - Take 122:21
54I Need You - Take 52:29
55That Means A Lot - Take 20, Rs'821:12
56Ticket To Ride - Take 23:08
57It's Only Love - Take 3, Rs'95 0:04
58Yes It Is - Take 6, Rs'820:06
59You Like Me Too Much - Take 8 2:40
60 The BBC Radio "Ticket To Ride" Broadcast
61Yes It Is - Take 4, Rs'820:22
62 The Original "Help!" Film Soundtrack Mixes
63She's A Woman2:45
64Yesterday - Take 1, Rs'95 2:32
65Bad Boy - Take 14, Rm12:18
66Help! - Take 3, Rs'821:03
67I'm A Loser2:32
68 "Help!" Era Session Tapes
69You've Got To Hide Your Love Away - Take 92:17
70Help! - Take 6, Rs'820:31
71The Night Before - Take 22:36
72Ticket To Ride - Take 2, Rs'823:17
73Dizzy Miss Lizzy3:10
74 "Help!" Era Alternate Outtakes
75Help! - Take 10, S1 Onto Take8, Rs'822:36
76Ticket To Ride3:09
77Help! - Take 9, S1 Onto Take8, Rs'822:26
78If You've Got Trouble - Take 1, Rs'952:47
79Yes It Is - Edit Of Take 2&14, Rs'951:50

Notes

℗ & © 2004
Лицензионное соглашение № МЗ II/75/2003 от 20.02.03
Для продаж на территории России
For sales in Russia

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): AZB-7554
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): AZB-7555

Album

The Film And Album. Etichetta: Aziя Records none. Formato: 2 CD , Compilation, Unofficial Release. The striking album front cover features The Beatles making semaphore signals but these do not spell Help The album went immediately to no. 1 in the British charts remaining there for a total of nine of its 37 weeks in the Top Twenty. Yet again in the US, things were different. 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. It resulted in another US 1 album, which enjoyed a nine week stay during an overall chart run of 42 weeks. Songs in album The Beatles - Songs For Eleanor CD 1 1999. The Beatles - Another Girl. The Beatles - Help 435. The Beatles - I Need You. The Beatles - Ticket To Ride Take 2. The Beatles - Yes It Is. The Beatles - The Night Before. The Beatles - You're Going To Lose That Girl. The Beatles - You Like Me Too Much. The Beatles - You've Got To Hide Your Love Away Take 9. Help is a song by the English rock band the Beatles that served as the title song for the 1965 film and its soundtrack album. It was released as a single in July 1965, and was number one for three weeks in the United States and the United Kingdom. During an interview with Playboy in 1980, Lennon recounted: The whole Beatles thing was just beyond comprehension. I was subconsciously crying out for help. CORRECTION NOTICE: When the list of Beatles songs on the Capitol. The Making of Help. Ranking The Beatles Capitol Beatles heard Pet Sounds at a private listening party in London they were still recording Revolver, and had time to respond. Paul writes this as a harmonic venture into Beach Boys territory. Harmonically very complex-frequent modulations in the bridge. Personally I think it's about Marianne Faithfull, but John was making a lot of penis jokes during one of the recording session. Dual guitar introsolo, in harmony George Paul. White Album 1968 Recorded without Ringo, who had left the band after being annoyed one too many times by Paul's particular requests on how to play drums on his songs. Goes to Sardinia with his family. Considering that Help functions as the Beatles' fifth album and as the soundtrack to their second film - while filming, they continued to release non-LP singles on a regular basis - it's not entirely surprising that it still has some of the weariness of Beatles for Sale. 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. The Beatles are still the most recognized group in the world. From Moscow to Maui, everyone seems to have heard of them, or has experienced their flamboyant talent in some way, shape or form. This list takes a look beyond the legend to discover the real truth behind some of the songs which made the group famous. They are listed in no particular order, and there is an option to do a sequel. Eleanor Rigby' was always a great song by The Beatles. It was done with the orchestra, but the way we did it, we put it into an eerie graveyard setting and made it spooky, the way the lyrics read. Songs like 'Ticket To Ride,' that's a hurtin' song, so we slowed it down so it wouldn't be so happy. This was released simultaneously on August 5, 1966 on both the album Revolver and as a double A-side with Yellow Submarine. The thrash band Realm covered this song on their 1988 album Endless War. I love the Beatles and my work for peace around the world has drawn me to their songs. As an artist I also like their process of creativity. My favorite-sounding songs from The White Album up till now were a mixture of mono and stereo I preferred ten in mono. Generally in my Beatles taste I prefer the rockers in mono, with the drums centered unless they're already centered in the stereo. Dear Prudence: drums and stronger bass are centered, making for an improvement from the 2009 stereo. It's punchier and a bit more resonant, too: which works well, given the glorious chimey, neo-Byrds guitar sound. The White Album is my favourite Beatles album and probably my favourite album by any artist. Ive been going back to it in mono, stereo and now this remix for over 30 years now. For me, its like a junk shop