Beatles Cd " Help! " (Mono)

Beatles Cd " Help! " (Mono)
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1. (Medley) (unknown) 2:37

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James Bond Theme (Norman)

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The Beatles

Help! (Lennon/McCartney)

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The Beatles - mono mix with John┤s different vocal. 2. The Night Before (Lennon/McCartney) 2:35

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The Beatles - mono mix - Paul vocal is without reverb which sends it much in front. 3. You've Got To Hide Your Love Away (Lennon / McCartney) 2:10

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The Beatles - mono mix 4. I Need You (Harrison) 2:29

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The Beatles - mono mix 5. Another Girl (Lennon/McCartney) 2:07

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Regular Take 1 RM1 - UK 15 Feb 1965 SS.HLP.13.05.RM1 The Beatles - mono mix - there is some external noise on acoustic guitar during the end of last guitar solo. This was mixed out on stereo version. 6. You're Going To Lose That Girl (Lennon/McCartney) 2:20

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The Beatles - mono mix 7. Ticket To Ride (Lennon/McCartney) 3:07

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The Beatles - mono mix - during the opening guitar intro is quiet tambourine not heard on stereo version. - In "Recording Sessions" Lewisohn said that this guitar had played Paul. But this guitar was evidently recorded simultaneously with bass guitar and drums. Paul┤s guitar work bin this song is after second repetition of the middle-eight┤s vocal line: "...do right by me" and in outro "My baby, don┤t care". (It┤s panned into center of the stereo dimension). 8. Act Naturally (Russell/Morrison) 2:31

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Regular Take 13 RM1 - UK 17 Jun 1965 SS.HLP.08.13.RM1 The Beatles - mono mix 9. It's Only Love (Lennon/McCartney) 1:57

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The Beatles - mono mix - one of the vocal tracks cuts out drunig the first chorus. This was on the original stereo LP too but George Martin repaired this fault on new stereo CD mix. 10. You Like Me Too Much (Harrison) 2:37

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The Beatles - mono mix - there is some else song in background during the first four seconds of this song. 11. Tell Me What You See (Lennon/McCartney) 2:38

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The Beatles - mono mix - no reverb on vocals 12. I've Just Seen A Face (Lennon/McCartney) 2:06

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Regular Take 6 - RM1 - UK/US 14 jun 1965 HLP.12.06.RM1 The Beatles - mono mix 13. Yesterday (Lennon/McCartney) 2:07

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The Beatles - mono mix 14. Dizzy Miss Lizzy (Williams) 2:54

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The Beatles - mono mix 15. If You've Got Trouble (Lennon/McCartney) 2:50 Take 1 18 Feb 1965

The Beatles - stereo mix from Anthology 2

16. Yes It Is (Lennon/McCartney) 2:42 Regular Mono (date unknown)

The Beatles - mono mix 17. Bad Boy (Williams) 2:18

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Regular RM1 Take 4 10 May 1965 SS.PM1.16.04.RM1 Released on: US: Capitol T 2358 Beatles VI 1965; UK: Parlophone PMC 7016 Collection of Oldies 1966.

- from U.S. mono-LP "Beatles VI". 18. That Means A Lot (Lennon/McCartney) 2:27 Take 2 20 Feb 1965

The Beatles - "wet" mono mix from Anthology 2. 19. I'm Down (Lennon/McCartney) 2:33 Regular Mono (date unknown)

The Beatles - mono mix 20. From Me To You Fantasy (Lennon/McCartney) 2:08 Regular Mono (date unknown)

The Beatles - mono mix

Incidental Soundtrack-music from the movie HELP! Scored by Ken Thorne, played by the George Martin Orchestra. 21. In The Tyrol (Wagner) 2:25 Regular Mono (date unknown)

The Beatles - mono mix

Incidental Soundtrack-music from the movie HELP! Scored by Ken Thorne, played by the George Martin Orchestra. 22. Another Hard Day's Night (Lennon/McCartney) 2:30 Regular Mono (date unknown)

The Beatles - mono mix

Incidental Soundtrack-music from the movie HELP! Scored by Ken Thorne, played by the George Martin Orchestra. 23. The Bitter End/You Can't Do That (Thorne - Lennon/McCartney) 2:23 Regular Mono (date unknown)

The Beatles - mono mix

Incidental Soundtrack-music from the movie HELP! Scored by Ken Thorne, played by the George Martin Orchestra.

- listed as " The Bitter End" 24. The Chase (Thorne) 2:27 Regular Mono (date unknown)

The Beatles - mono mix

Incidental Soundtrack-music from the movie HELP! Scored by Ken Thorne, played by the George Martin Orchestra. That Means A Lot (Lennon/McCartney)

Take 23 30 Mar 1965

The Beatles - stereo - quality is better than on "Arrive Without Aging" but not as good as on "Turn Me On Dead Man". That Means A Lot (Lennon/McCartney)

Take 24 30 Mar 1965

The Beatles - stereo - quality is better than on "Arrive Without Aging" but not as good as on "Turn Me On Dead Man". That Means A Lot (Lennon/McCartney)

Test Take 30 Mar 1965

The Beatles - stereo - quality is better than on "Arrive Without Aging" but not as good as on "Turn Me On Dead Man". 26. Yesterday (Lennon/McCartney) 2:05 Take 2 Oopsed Version 14 Jun 1965

The Beatles - this is the commercial version featuring only right channel. 27. Help! (Lennon/McCartney) 2:26 Composite Of Takes (date unknown)

The Beatles - composite stereo mix of take 1, 3, 9 and 12.

Intro: take 9 First verse and chorus: take 5 Second verse and chorus: take 9 Third verse, chorus, end: take 12

- There is not take 1 as well as take 3 in this mix but there is take 5, not mentioned on cover. 28. The Barber Of Seville (Overture) (Rossini) 2:22 Film 1965

The Beatles - Help! movie end-titles