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Help! [Soundtrack]

The Beatles Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (20 Jan 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: UMC
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 18,224 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Help! - The Beatles
2. The Night Before - The Beatles
3. From Me To You Fantasy - The George Martin Orchestra
4. You've Got To Hide Your Love Away - The Beatles
5. I Need You - The Beatles
6. In The Tyrol - The George Martin Orchestra
7. Another Girl - The Beatles
8. Another Hard Day's Night - The George Martin Orchestra
9. Ticket To Ride - The Beatles
10. The Bitter End / You Can't Do That - The George Martin Orchestra
11. You're Going To Lose That Girl - The Beatles
12. The Chase - The George Martin Orchestra
13. Help! - The Beatles
14. The Night Before - The Beatles
15. From Me To You Fantasy - The George Martin Orchestra
16. You've Got To Hide Your Love Away - The Beatles
17. I Need You - The Beatles
18. In The Tyrol - The George Martin Orchestra
19. Another Girl - The Beatles
20. Another Hard Day's Night - The George Martin Orchestra
See all 24 tracks on this disc

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Product Description

To mark the 50th anniversary of the Beatles US invasion we will release a set of all the original US albums in a limited edition collectors box. All albums will feature a faithful reproduction of the artwork and packaging of the original vinyl albums. Both the mono and stereo recordings of each album will be featured on the discs. The collection will be accompanied by a 64 page booklet. In addition to the collectors box set all the individual albums (except The Beatles' Story) will be available as stand-alone products. These will be a limited edition pressing so subject to a one off order

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2014 U.S EDITION of 1965 soundtrack featuring Mono & Stereo versions of all tracks! Includes 'Ticket To Ride','Another Girl' & 'I Need You'.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Different from original album 7 Feb 2014
Format:Audio CD
Like most Beatles albums released by USA label Capitol, the track listing and running orders were chopped and changed at the detriment of the album as an art form just to squeeze more money out of the buyer. At least on this one there are 6 absolutely brilliant Ken Thorne instrumentals from the film "Help!" that aren't available anywhere else. These are intertwined with 7 of the 14 Beatles songs from the original UK album, including top notch tunes such as "Help!", "You've Got to Hide Your Love Away" and "Ticket to Ride" just to name a few. The music here is fantastic, but this is basically a compilation album. I recommend buying the original, full 14-song version of the album, as it was meant to be heard!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Nothing to say !!! 1 Jun 2014
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What can I say about Beatles that wasn't said ? Just you must have them all , they are "THE BEATLES" !!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Super, Gear, Fab and Groovy 12 Feb 2014
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The US Help kicks off with a parody of the James Bond theme before going into the title song and from there we get a mix of Beatle songs and all of the instrumentals from the movie. This is significantly different from the UK Help album which featured the movie songs as well as other new Beatle tracks. Of course the UK album is better but this one is a worthy addition to the Beatle fans collection.
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5.0 out of 5 stars USA EDITION 4 Feb 2014
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars At Long Last - An American Kid's Delight! 22 Feb 2014
By Jeff - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
We, U.S. baby boomers, in both a cultural and factual/literal sense, were weaned on the Beatles. As a result, I think it is fair to defend these new releases for their esteemed value from a cultural 'memory box' meaning and magnitude. The opportunity to buy these U.S. 'Capitol' LPs, finally released in CD format from UMG, is a thrill beyond words. I think you really did have to be there to completely get it.

I empathize with some reviewers, who find fault with the UMG release of, "Help!" and other U.S. releases, in general, because the argument seems to come down to whether or not you were alive during the 60s. It is not a fault that some reviewers were not born when the Beatles were a collective group of active songwriters/performers. I believe some of the reviews are anchored in missing the immediate experience many of us were fortunate to enjoy during this cultural phenomenon. For me, the reviews regarding the purported irrelevance of these new U.S. releases suggests a personal failing to connect with the original Capitol albums because of this. It is not a simple matter of right or wrong, per se.

The Beatles were a way of life for almost every American kid and adult, alike. An entire generation was influenced by this group on a daily basis. You started breakfast with the Beatles and it went on from there until you fell asleep to their albums at bedtime. Listening to the Beatles in 2014 is different than living and breathing them back in the day when they were a daily topic. No disrespect intended, but the Beatles popularity rose to unprecedented popularity in the 60s, not now in 2014. This resurgence of these new UMG releases happily thrusts the Beatles back into their 60's superpower status, when the whole of their LPs exceeded the sum of their parts. These LPs are to be revered for the enormous impact they had on U.S pop culture.

It is not my intention to offend some reviewers and readers writing this, but sometimes I find it onerous to try to explain the significance of these 2014 U.S. releases to a record-buying individual, who really did not experience the magic firsthand. I am not suggesting the Beatles are irrelevant today - quite the contrary; however, reading some reviews that criticize the U.S. LPs, because they are missing a few sides, makes me chuckle a bit. These reviews center on an issue of unfamiliarity in encountering the event as it happened; as opposed to listening from a distant perspective now, fifty years later.

Regarding the U.S. Help! reissue, it is a pleasure to have a tangible memory I can hold in my hands and play at home or in the car. Aside from the gatefold jackets, which is an unique treat, and other matters regarding new or old mixes, stereo vs. mono, instrumental track segues, etc., I am pleased to once again own the LP I had when I was not yet a teen back in 1965. I think many of the five-star reviews are influenced by either purists' of first-generation Beatles fans' personal experiences, driven by the Beatles' magic that is analogous of the 60s, which was nothing, whatsoever, like the 2010s.

No one review with respect to content or origin is right or wrong here - it simply boils down to experience, not really even taste. We all know these albums are great. It's just a memory thing that conjures up the excitement of it all. If you were not there, then I can appreciate why these U.S. gems might be personally unappealing to you. These LP CDs represent, a sort of, 'time machine,' transporting us back to a time of musical exhileration and pleasure, rarely, if ever, duplicated.
14 of 19 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Not 2009 remasters or original 1965 masters! 29 Jan 2014
By Roger Cleven - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This new reissue unfortunately features the 1987 George Martin remixes. Why not just use the '65 mixes instead. If you want the real sound, get The Capitol Albums Vol 2 for the original mixes before they are out of print.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 5th BEATLE BACK IN THE MIX! 5 April 2014
By Blue Dragonfly - Published on Amazon.com
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Finally! I've been trying for years to find the incidental music that George Martin did for the Beatles' movies. I always thought there should have been a CD of all of it including HARD DAYS NIGHT, HELP, and YELLOW SUBMARINE. I love it. (Throw in the soundtrack stuff he did with Paul while you're at it.)
When Beatles CDs first came out they were the British versions and I missed hearing George's contributions. When I saw these, I had to jump.

HELP was one of my first albums. Around the Beatles' great tunes are a couple of sitar tracks and a few jazzy orchestral bits with reference to Beatles melodies. I always loved those – particularly the James Bond opening leading into the title cut. Fantastic stuff!
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3.0 out of 5 stars VIOLINS HIDDEN WAY IN BACK OF JAMES BOND INTRO! 25 Jan 2014
By Bertram christmas - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Has anyone else noticed that the violins in the James Bond intro, both on the Mono and Stereo versions here, are hidden way in the backround and are barely audible. I got out my original Capitol Stereo LP and my Doctor Ebbett's Stereo pirate CD, and the violins on both there are clear as a bell. The 1987 Stereo re-mixes on The Beatles songs here are a bit hard on my ears. I much prefer the 1965 Stereo mixes. Also hearing the James Bond intro before the true Mono version of Help (with Lennon's different vocal) I find a unique curiosity. The Capitol Mono Help LP was a fold down of the 1965 Stereo mix.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Takes you back 7 Feb 2014
By Nmidnights - Published on Amazon.com
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Waited a long time to get these original US releases. They takes me back to the time I first heard them. The songs are in the original order that they were played on the LP back then fantastic.
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