I believe that Vic Flick (the guitarist who played the 007 theme) actually plays the twangy guitar on the instrumental bits in A Hard Day's Night.
Never heard of Vic Flick before. I see now that he did the guitar work for the "James Bond theme" in the movie Dr. No (1962) -- three years before Help!
One assumes it's not the Beatles (as no such session has ever been documented).
Where was it nicked from?
Is it the original Vic Flick (John Barry Orchestra) version?]]>
Then use Firefox add-on https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/video-downloadhelper/
Video DownloadHelper 4.9.13
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This works also for audio and picture galleries.
then use AppGeeker to convert the youtube files (often ends as .*flv) to any other common format for suitable your devices.
i.e. How to convert .flv files to .mp4 format
This guide will walk you through the conversion process.
I try this one and it's very goood.
Hope it works.]]>
The James Bond Intro Help! is currently on The Capitol Albums Volume 2 not the 2009 Stereo or Mono boxsets. It was the opening to the US Help! Original Soundtrack album and later on the 1973 US release of 1962 – 1966, tho i think it was omitted in subsequent reissues. Not sure if it was on The Beatles Box lp set released in 1982....]]>
Depending on where you live, it might be very easy to get hold of the vinyl record.
Then, if you know someone with a "digital" turntable, it's relatively easy to convert to digital format.
If you're not getting anywhere, let me know.]]>
I've been trying to find a downloadable version of this without buying that whole box set.