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Please Please Me is the debut studio album by the English rock band the Beatles . Parlophone The day ended with a cover of "Twist and Shout", which had to be recorded last because . the zoo to have the Beatles pose outside the insect house for the cover photography of the album. .. The Beatles · Meet the Beatles!. Robert Freeman (born ) is a photographer and graphics designer who is best-known for a result, Brian arranged for me to meet them in Bournemouth a week later where they were booked to play several evenings at the local Gaumont cinema. The photo of the Beatles on the Rubber Soul cover appears stretched. Download this Meet The Beatles Album Cover Front And Back picture for editorial use now. And search more of the web's best library of.
When the entire catalogue was remastered for release inthe mono mixes were chosen for inclusion on the stereo reissues, and appear on all releases since, including newer compilations and variations. The stereo version was released on 26 April, over a month after the mono version.
The following year EMI NZ changed from black to a blue Parlophone label and the album was again available only in mono. Due to constant demand, it was finally made available in stereo, first through the World Record Club on their Young World label in both mono and stereo, and finally on the blue Parlophone label.
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It was not released on vinyl or tape in the US until five months later when it was issued for the first time in the US on LP and cassette on 21 July Martin thought that it might be good publicity for the zoo to have the Beatles pose outside the insect house for the cover photography of the album.
However, the society turned down Martin's offer, and instead, Angus McBean was asked to take the distinctive colour photograph of the group looking down over the stairwell inside EMI's London headquarters in Manchester Square. It was done in an almighty rush, like the music. Thereafter, though, the Beatles' own creativity came bursting to the fore.Meet The Beatles Album - Taiwanese Label - Vinyl 10 Record Set
Although the photograph was originally intended for the then-planned Get Back album, it was not used when that project saw eventual release in as Let It Be.
Instead, the photograph, along with an unused photograph from the photo shoot, was used in for the Beatles' retrospective albums — and — Another unused photograph from the photo shoot was used for The Beatles No.
Sleeve notes[ edit ] As consistent with all early s albums made in the UK, the rear of the album sleeve has sleeve notes.
The Beatles' response was positive — they liked the photographs and, as a result, Brian arranged for me to meet them in Bournemouth a week later where they were booked to play several evenings at the local Gaumont cinema. He was also the shortest. The corridor was very dark, and there was a window at the end, and by using this heavy source of natural light coming from the right, he got that very moody picture which most people think he must have worked at forever and ever.
But it was only an hour. He sat down, took a couple of rolls, and that was it. The first album to carry an edge-to-edge cover was the Rolling Stones ' self-titled debutreleased a few months later.
The studio also tried to pull the cover because the Beatles were not smiling, and it was only after George Martin intervened that they won the day. We did a session lasting a couple of hours and had some reasonable pictures to use The photographer would always be able to say to us, 'Just show up,' because we all wore the same kind of gear all the time.
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Black stuff; white shirts and big black scarves. However, it may be argued that some of the members of the band were not only re-arranged but reversed as well. The following semaphore characters show the correct spelling of "HELP" as seen if facing the flagman: H L P However, the truth is the photo does not spell any message at all in semaphore.
Robert Freeman confirms this: But when we came to do the shot the arrangement of the arms with those letters didn't look good. So we decided to improvise and ended up with the best graphic positioning of the arms.
The Abbey Road cover photography session
McCartney relates the story behind this in Volume 5 of the documentary film Anthology. Photographer Bob Freeman had taken some pictures of the Beatles at Lennon's house.
Freeman showed the photos to the Beatles by projecting them onto an album-sized piece of cardboard to simulate how they would appear on an album cover. The unusual Rubber Soul album cover came to be when the slide card fell slightly backwards, elongating the projected image of the photograph and stretching it.