The Beatles - Help! (Song)
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  • Although the lyrics are nothing extremely developed and the music isn’t spectacular on its own, combining these two aspects make for a pretty good song which is what I believe the formula is for a lot of earlier Beatles songs


    • by Grimmy101
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      Help is the title track to The Beatles’ record of the same name and showcases early Beatles songwriting at it’s very best. Although I’m certainly a bigger fan of The Beatles’ later work, particularly when they experimented more in the psychedelic rock subgenre, but I can’t dismiss some of their earlier work as being good as well,

      Help would be a good example of this. The reason why I’m not a huge fan of early Beatles work is that a lot of it strikes me as sort of written simply for the pop aspect, and the McCartney tracks still strike me like this, but there are some tracks from both Lennon and McCartney where ...

      • the songwriting actually strikes me as being more developed and Help would be one of those songs. The music to Help isn’t anything too special or extremely unique but it just isn’t so far in the background that it plays no role in the song at all. However, as with most early Beatles’ tracks, the song is
        primarily driven by the vocals of John Lennon and the very catchy vocal melody which he sings the track in. Although the lyrics are nothing extremely developed and the music isn’t spectacular on its own, combining these two aspects make for a pretty good song which is what I believe the formula is for a lot of earlier Beatles songs.




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