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Tell Me What You See - The Beatles - Help! (Vinyl, LP, Album)


Download Tell Me What You See - The Beatles - Help! (Vinyl, LP, Album)
1986
Label: Odeon - 064 104257 1 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: Spain • Genre: Rock, Stage & Screen • Style: Beat, Soundtrack


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  1. The original 1st presses used sans serif and the * credit indicator for “I Need You” was placed to the right of the song title. Garrod & Lofthouse Ltd. or Ernest proxussubminsbufer.vemahevirtuzelkefetefarbipers.co & Co. front laminated flipback cover, with outline “stereo” on front cover/5(15).
  2. Jan 29,  · 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 /5().
  3. The Beatles' acclaimed original studio album remasters, released on CD in , make their long-awaited stereo vinyl debut. Manufactured on gram, audiophile quality vinyl with replicated artwork, the 14 albums return to their original glory with details including the poster in The Beatles (The White Album), the Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart Club Band's cut-outs, and special inner bags for /5().
  4. "Tell Me What You See" is a song by the Beatles that first appeared in on their album Help! in the United Kingdom and on Beatles VI in the United States. As with all Beatles compositions by either of the two, the song is credited to Lennon–McCartney, and according to Paul McCartney it was written 60% by him, 40% by proxussubminsbufer.vemahevirtuzelkefetefarbipers.co: Rock.
  5. Side two is pretty darn good too; if it wasn't for a couple of lesser numbers like "You Like Me Too Much" and "Tell Me What You See", I might be calling 'Help!' my favorite Beatles album. It's the one Beatles album that most fully encapsulates the early, Beatlemania-era sound combined with lyrical advancement and just top-notch pop songwriting.
  6. Written mainly by Paul McCartney, ‘Tell Me What You See’ was first released in the UK on the Help! album, and in the US on the Beatles VI collection. ‘Tell Me What You See’ was offered to Richard Lester for the soundtrack of the Help! film, but was rejected.
  7. Help! is the fifth studio album by the English rock band the Beatles and the soundtrack from their film of the same proxussubminsbufer.vemahevirtuzelkefetefarbipers.co was released on 6 August Produced by George Martin, it was the fifth UK album release by the band, and contains fourteen songs in its original British proxussubminsbufer.vemahevirtuzelkefetefarbipers.co of these, including the singles "Help!" and "Ticket to Ride", appeared in the film and took up the first.
  8. Help! is the fifth studio album by English rock band The proxussubminsbufer.vemahevirtuzelkefetefarbipers.co was first released on 6 August in the United Kingdom by Parlophone and on 13 August in the United States by Capitol proxussubminsbufer.vemahevirtuzelkefetefarbipers.coed by George Martin, it serves as a soundtrack to the film of the same name and contains fourteen songs in its original British release. Seven of these, including the singles "Help!" and.
  9. Length. "Tell Me What You See" is a Beatles song that first appeared on their UK album Help! and the US album Beatles VI. As with all Beatles compositions by either of the two, the song is credited to Lennon/McCartney, although it was written, according to .

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