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2 Oct, 2012

Things We Said Today - The Beatles - A Hard Days Night (CD, Album)

The Spring and early Summer of saw The Beatles filming and recording new material both for the movie and their next album. The album reached no. In the USA, A different album was issued to that at home. The US version issued in late June was a soundtrack which as well as featuring a number of the songs from the UK album also included four instrumental pieces from the film's soundtrack performed by George Martin's Orchestra.

A month later Capitol Records released "Something New" an all-Beatles album that included eight songs from the UK release along with a further three tracks not previously released in the US. On 9 September , a remastered version of this album was released and was the first time the album appeared in stereo on compact disc in its entirety.

All tracks are written by Lennon—McCartney. BPI certification awarded only for sales since The American version of the album was released on 26 June by United Artists Records in both mono and stereo, the fourth Beatles album in the United States. The album went to number one on the Billboard album chart , spending 14 weeks there, the longest run of any album that year. All seven songs from the film, the first side of the UK album, were featured along with "I'll Cry Instead", which, although written for the film, was cut at the last minute.

While the stereo version of the album included the instrumental tracks in true stereo, the Beatles' own recordings appeared as electronically rechannelled stereo recordings made from the mono releases.

The Capitol Records reissue used the same master tape as the original United Artists LP release in fake stereo, despite the availability of several tracks with official true stereo remixes. True stereo versions of most of the songs had been issued on the Capitol album Something New , released in July This CD reissue features all of the songs in both true stereo and mono mixes. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the Sugarcult EP, see Sugarcult. Rock [1] pop rock [2].

Rock instrumental. Archived from the original on 10 December Sputnik Music. Archived from the original on 11 November McKeen, William ed. Milwaukee, WI: Backbeat Books. Retrieved 18 May The A.

If I Fell Remastered And I Love Her Remastered Tell Me Why Remastered Can't Buy Me Love Remastered Any Time At All Remastered This tension dissipates with the realization that " love is here to stay and that's enough to make you mine. This fifteen-measure verse is identical to the previous verse except for new lyrics. This time Paul sings unison vocals throughout, except for the third phrase " someday when we're dreaming This verse transitions into an identical repeat of the turbulent bridge and calm third verse.

McCartney was quite proud of the chord pattern he used for the song. Referring to the second half of the verse, he continues "It goes C, F, which is all normal, then the normal thing might be to go to F minor, but to go to the B flat was quite good.

Another Beatles trick in "Things We Said Today" is their shifting from minor to major keys, especially notable in the switch from A minor to A major for an interesting transition into the bridge.

The lyrics of the song depict the singer affirming his love for his girl even though they are separated for long periods of time. The singer is comforted by her assurance that she will love him " till the end of time " and that she'll be " thinking of " him while they are apart. The optimistic lyrics are somewhat melancholy and disquieting with the minor-chord framework of the song as a backdrop. Since this song was an ambiguous reference to Paul and Jane Asher's life at the time, the saddened feel of the song could be viewed in retrospect as a pre-indication of their eventual breakup.

His admission that they " may be blind " admits a little uncertainty about how grounded their relationship was, especially with Paul's admitted philandering during The Beatle years. Paul's vocals are the main focus of the song, delivering his own harmonies in strategic places through double-tracking George supplied these harmonies when the song was performed live. McCartney had more of a knack for matching the original vocal recording when double-tracking, especially noticeable during times when he may have inadvertently paused on the original track.

Paul's bass work, while simple and rhythmic during the verses, becomes more pronounced and intense during the bridges, which is appropriate for the turbulent mood for this section of the song. The musical focus of the song is on Lennon's acoustic guitar work, especially his rhythmic fanfare in the introduction, in-between the first two verses and the conclusion. While the rest of John's playing is rudimentary throughout, this fanfare becomes the identifying feature of the song.

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  1. Sep 09,  · All four of these songs (three of them were covers) were excluded from 'A Hard Day's Night', but released seperately on the 'Long Tall Sally' EP. Also of interest, the two sides of a single, i.e., 'Can't Buy Me Love' and 'You Can't Do That' were actually recorded at an earlier session in , but included on the 'A Hard Day's Night' album/5(K).
  2. Tracks 1 to 7 from the soundtrack of the United Artists film 'A Hard Day's Night'. All titles published by Northern Songs Ltd. Made in W. Germany. CD states "Mono" - monophonic version of master tape was used. All CDs have to be stereophonic but mono means here that both channels feature exactly the same music from mono master tape/5(22).
  3. Aug 11,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the red cover Vinyl release of A Hard Day's Night / Things We Said Today on Discogs/5(36).
  4. "Things We Said Today" is a song by English rock band the Beatles written by Paul McCartney and credited to Lennon–McCartney. It appears on the A Hard Day's Night album, and was released as the B-side of the single "A Hard Day's Night" in the had been composed for the film A Hard Day's Night but was not Rock.
  5. A Hard Day's Night is the third studio album by the English rock band the Beatles, released on 10 July by Parlophone, with side one containing songs from the soundtrack to their film of the same American version of the album was released two weeks earlier, on 26 June by United Artists Records, with a different track contrast to the Beatles' first two albums, all Genre: Rock, pop rock.
  6. "A Hard Day's Night" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles. Written by John Lennon, and credited to Lennon–McCartney, it was released on the movie soundtrack of the same name in It was later released as a single, with "Things We Said Today" as its song featured prominently on the soundtrack to the Beatles' first feature film, A Hard Day's Night, and was on their B-side: "Things We Said Today" (UK), "I Should Have Known Better" (US).
  7. “Things We Said Today” was written by Paul McCartney in for the soundtrack to the film A Hard Day’s Night. He wrote it on a cruise ship in the Caribbean with his girlfriend Jane Asher.
  8. Another origin of the phrase was Ringo Starr who said it after a long working day which went on to the night. Starr said in an interview in , "I came up still thinking it was day I suppose, and I said, 'It's been a hard day—' and I looked around and saw it was dark so I said, 'Night!' So we came to 'A Hard Day's Night'.".

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