Yes I'm certain that it happens all the time (What do you see when you turn out the light?) I can't tell you, but I know it's mine Oh I get by with a little help from my friends Mm I get high with a little help from my friends Oh I'm gonna try with a little help from my friends. Do you need anybody?) I just need someone to love (Could it be anybody?) I want somebody to love . This song is seamlessly connected to the previous one on the album. It made some difficulties for radio DJs to play them separately. Billy Shears" is Ringo Starr's character in the fictional Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. Paul McCartney and John Lennon wrote this song specifically for Ringo Starr.
With a Little Help from My Friends is the debut album by singer Joe Cocker, released in 1969. It was certified gold in the US and peaked at number 35 on the Billboard 200. In the UK, the album charted in May 1972 at number 29 when it was re-released as a double pack with Cocker's second LP Joe Cocker!.
The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill. The End. The Fool on the Hill. Mm, gonna try with a little help from my friends. Мм, я готов на все, если рядом друзья! What do I do when my love is away No, I get by with a little help from my friends. Нет, друзья поддерживают меня в трудную минуту! Mm, I get high with a little help from my friends. Мм, друзья помогают мне поймать кайф! Mm, gonna try with a little help from my friends. Мм, я готов на все, если рядом друзья! Do you need anybody.
Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band, With A Little Help From My Friends features lead vocals from drummer Ringo Starr as his Sgt. Peppers character Billy Shears. As legend has it, Starr’s vocals were done with his bandmates standing around him, true to the spirit of the song. This song reached on the UK charts three times by three different artists, none of them The Beatles: Joe Cocker in 1968, Wet Wet Wet in 1988, and Sam & Mark in 2004. One of the last songs written by Lennon–McCartney, With a Little Help From My Friends evolved from a Lennon composition initially known as ‘Bad Finger Boogie’, according to Apple’s Neil Aspinall. It also served as naming inspiration for the band Badfinger. was playing the piano and he had a bad finger so he called the piece he was playing ‘Bad Finger Boogie’ (which evolved into ‘With A Little Help From My Friends’).
Labels Edsel Records. Music StyleJazz Rock. Members owning this album1. 1. With a Little Help from My Friends. 3. Don't You Care? 4. When Sunny Gets Blue. 9. By the Time I Get to Phoenix.
Denny Cordell produced the album with an early-career Tony Visconti helping out. According to Visconti, Cordell knew the song had huge hit potential and got very particular about the mix, causing a delay. Cocker's record company decided the song needed to be issued right away, and with Cordell out of the country (England), Visconti was suddenly tasked with mixing it. He did the job, and by the time Cordell returned to England, the song was climbing the charts. Visconti ended up mixing the entire album, and even played guitar on one of the tracks: "Bye Bye Blackbird.
With A Little He From My Friends. Rmst ed. Reissued, Extra Tracks, Remastered. His breakthrough 1969 album, featuring the hit title track and Feeling Alright. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample).
|1||Rock Me, Baby|
|4||Amor De Luna|
|7||Leche En Polvo|
|8||Zumo De Pasado Turbulento|
|9||As De La Persecución|
|10||De Mal En Peor|
|11||Juega Para Ganar|
|15||Las Chicas Son Guerreras|
- Bass, Vocals – Juan Márquez
- Guitar – Dani Moreno (tracks: 1, 3), Javier Mira (tracks: 13)
- Vocals – Antonio García de Diego (tracks: 6), Carlos Pina (tracks: 7, 13), Fortu (tracks: 13, 15), Irene Persa (tracks: 1, 4), Joaquín Lera (tracks: 9), José Carlos Molina (tracks: 8, 15), José Castañosa (tracks: 13), Juan Olmos (tracks: 5, 12, 13), Juanjo Valmorisco (tracks: 7), Kiko Hagall (tracks: 13, 14), Larry López (tracks: 14), Laura Martínez (tracks: 11, 13), Lourdes Del Pino (tracks: 3, 15), Manolo Tena (tracks: 15), Miguel Oñate (tracks: 2), Monty Peiro (tracks: 11, 13), Victor Aceña (tracks: 7, 13), Yaser González de la Peña (tracks: 5, 12), Óscar Sancho (tracks: 10)