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Help! album for sale by Beatles was released Jul 06, 1987 on the Capitol/EMI label. 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. Help! CD music 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." Help! CD music contains a single disc with 14 songs. ...See Full Description
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||Their true turning point.|
It amazes me to find out how underrated this album is. People overlook this as just a soundtrack, but the truth is that this is the Beatles true breakthrough album and the one that started their psychodelic phase. Songs like Yesterday, Ticket to Ride, I Need You, and especially the true gem of the album You've Got to Hide Your Love Away are such a leap from the Beatles for Sale record. This is the one that made albums like Rubber Soul, Revolver, and their masterpiece Sgt. Pepper happen. So everyone out there that thinks Rubber Soul was the changing point, then think again. This is a must own Beatles album.
By TimpsonEight8 (Westernvile, New York)
||FIVE STARS OUT OF FOUR AIN'T BAD JUST THE BEST BEATLES ALBUM EVER!|
Help! is the second motion picture film soundtrack in rock'n roll history from Paul, John, George and Ringo. With a few of my favorite songs included here like "Yesterday", "Ticket To Ride" and the album titled CD "Help!"
By philipross (Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada!)
||The end of Beatlemania|
This album, more than any other album that I know, is the one album that can truly be said to have broken the boundaries between "art" music and "popular" music. With a flute overdub on "You've Got To Hide Your Love Away", and the chamber orchestration on "Yesterday", people were realizing what they could do with Rock. Of course, the Beatles were steadily pushing to include more "artsy" stuff (for Rock And Roll, at least) in their music since as far back as "A Hard Day's Night", but on this album they finally broke the proverbial "fourth wall". And it sounds great to boot. From the rocking title track to the accusatory "You're Gonna Lose That Girl", from the wistful "I Need You" to the questioning "Tell Me What You See", and more, this album laid the genesis of such cultural classics as "Rubber Soul" and "Revolver". Of course, the cover of "Dizzy Miss Lizzie" is a throwaway, more to fill up space than anything else, but it would've fit perfectly on "Beatles For Sale" or any of their earlier albums, excluding "A Hard Day's Night". This album, combined with the Byrd's "Mr. Tambourine Man" and many other such albums, also helped start the genre of so-called "folk rock", though I highly doubt that this stuff could truly be labeled "folk rock" across all of it. Sure, some elements of it are included (such as the lovely and simple "I've Just Seen A Face") but it doesn't drown out the basic rock and roll that the Beatles had perfected at this time. All of this conjecture adds up to a great album that you can't possibly miss out on. Buy it. Now.
By Galen (Anchorage, AK, USA)
||johns beggining of end|
it seems to be one of lennons last albums where he seemed caring about his leadership role in the band.it is somewhere around this time, maybe after rubber soul, that he loses his ego, and reliqiushes leadership to paul subconciencly. he dominates on this one. help is a true cry from lennon. this album also contains yesterday, a true masterpiece, yet it led to resentments from john. dizzy miss lizzy is not written by the dynamic duo but lennon seems at his vocal best!
By denisfarrell13 (pitt,pa)
||they are really the best there is|
hey man they rock!!!!!!!
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Help! songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1108480|
|Label||Capitol / EMI|
|Release Date||Jul 06, 1987|
|Recording Time||34 minutes||