8 thoughts on “ Ive Just Seen A Face - The Beatles - Help! (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. "I've Just Seen a Face" is the first fully acoustic song by the English rock band the Beatles. It was written by Paul McCartney (credited to Lennon–McCartney) and features McCartney on emochinvorjothigh.sirosicartamaduckbamilzambgicdi.co song appeared on their United Kingdom album Help! and in the United States on the Capitol Records version of the Rubber Soul album. The song was recorded by the Beatles on 14 June at EMI Genre: Country, Skiffle.
  2. album (notice that the only Beatles' songs on the U.S. "Help!" album are the 7 from the movie), but it and "I't's Only Love" were included on the U.S. "Rubber Soul" album, lending it a more folk-music feel than the British "Rubber Soul". On top of that, "I've Just Seen a Face" is the leadoff song on side 1 of U.S. "Rubber Soul" album.
  3. Dec 17,  · The opening track 'I've Just Seen A Face' sets the acoustic mood for an intimate listening experience which gently segues into 'Norwegian Wood.' Moreover, as Side 2 opens with John Lennon's cascading ballad 'It's Only Love' the following track 'Girl' represents the natural progression of a relationship gone wrong/5(40).
  4. The twelfth track of The Beatles' album Help!, “I’ve Just Seen A Face” seems to be a standard “Love At First Sight” song. The working title of this song was “Auntie Gin’s Theme.
  5. Help! A2: The Night Before: A3: You've Got To Hide Your Love Away: A4: I Need You: A5: Another Girl: A6: You're Going To Lose That Girl: A7: Ticket To Ride: B1: Act Naturally: B2: It's Only Love: B3: You Like Me Too Much: B4: Tell Me What You See: B5: I've Just Seen A Face /5(9).
  6. Help! A2: The Night Before: A3: You've Got To Hide Your Love Away: A4: I Need You: A5: Another Girl: A6: You're Going To Lose That Girl: A7: Ticket To Ride: B1: Act Naturally: B2: It's Only Love: B3: You Like Me Too Much: B4: Tell Me What You See: B5: I've Just Seen A Face /5(27).
  7. The original Beatles Help! LP with Shell cover re-issued in and given away to managers and staff from Shell in the Netherlands and Sweden. About were made in total. There are 2 versions of this: Dutch cover and Dutch pressed LP, and Dutch cover and Sweden pressed LP. This is the version with the LP pressed in Sweden. Labels are in.
  8. On the surface it’s easy to dismiss The Beatles Help! as nothing more than a Marx Brothers romp across the world, as a rag-tag crew of ne’er-do-wells go to outlandish lengths in an attempt to steal a mystical ring from the hand of Mr. Starr and if you haven’t seen this tongue in cheek film, please do.

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