1 August 2013
I find Tell Me What You See to be a frustration song by the lyrics, the shaking tambourine on the title line could be in the manner the wringing of someone's neck, the way the drums bring it back together when it seems to be over as if they have to keep on going, even the delivery of the vocals have this way of sounding like one side of an argument where you just cant get your point over no matter how many times you have tried and you're exhausted.
Really great observation, Meanmistermustard. I can totally hear that, and will every time I listen to the song from now on.
14 January 2013
28 January 2013
29 August 2013
There are only the 2 covers, and I like them both, so I'm happy they are there. I just listened to this album for the first time in many years as I wend my way through the 50 or so bits of metal and plastic I have bought in recent weeks. I really enjoyed the whole thing; I think it is very well constructed considering how quickly it seems to have been thrown together.
3 September 2013
10 June 2013
4 February 2014
1 November 2013
18 March 2013
The unnecessary 'the' in the title is really annoying me. Nitpicking at its best!
Anyways who doesn't like Help! it's a great album and the first full Beatles album I ever listened to (still rank it in my top 5 today I'd say)
1 November 2013
So the title should be Wheres love for help?
And I like help the album
18 March 2013
5 February 2014
Help! is probably my 4th favourite Beatles album.
The Night Before would be in my top 10 Beatles songs, Ticket To Ride is phenonomal, the title track deserves its place as one of their most famous songs...and pretty much every other song I really, really enjoy.
I think Yesterday is quite overrated in a way, but I still enjoy it. Dizzy Miss Lizzy isn't really needed and it's placement is weird but John's vocal is AWESOME. Act Naturally should have been a B-side only though, and I'm Down should have been on the album.
21 November 2012
20 December 2010
10 August 2014
I've always considered this album to be the Beatles Country Album. They were all into folksy songs and country music, and I think it shows here. It's a great album. I like to divide the Beatles into eras, and pre Rubber Soul, this is my second favorite album behind A Hard Day's Night. I like doing track by track reviews, so I'll have to post one somewhere...
8 April 2014
But, I strongly dislike Dizzy Miss Lizzy, they shouldn't have placed it after yesterday, or they shouldn't have placed it at all.
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