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Where's the love for the "Help!"?
28 September 2013
7.37pm
acmac
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meanmistermustard said

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. :)

28 September 2013
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Sky999
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I like it even though its not my favorite. To me, I think it along with Beatles For Sale, it was a step back from A Hard Day's Night because they had covers. 

29 September 2013
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BBCSessions1963
Strawberry Fields
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sky090909 said
I like it even though its not my favorite. To me, I think it along with Beatles For Sale, it was a step back from A Hard Day's Night because they had covers. 

On the bright side, they were only 2 covers. It's a step forward from Beatles For Sales's 8/6 song ratio. 

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29 September 2013
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trcanberra
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Apple rooftop
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sky090909 said
I like it even though its not my favorite. To me, I think it along with Beatles For Sale, it was a step back from A Hard Day's Night because they had covers. 

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.

 

9 October 2013
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walrusgumboot
Here, There and Everywhere
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Just for the record I LOVE Dizzy Miss Lizzie. Like it way better on the Hollywood Bowl album tho, its a bit slower, it swaggers instead of galloping….wish they'd release that damn thing.
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19 October 2013
12.27am
WhereArtEsteban
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The Star-Club
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^^^ Listening to the Hollywood Bowl "Dizzy Miss Lizzie" -soooo great

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