The Beach Boys - Help Me Rhonda album mp3
Help Me, Rhonda" is a song written by Brian Wilson with additional lyrics by Mike Love for American rock band The Beach Boys, of which both were members. The song was first released as "Help Me, Ronda" in March 1965 on the album The Beach Boys Today!. A second recording with a different arrangement was issued as a single under the spelling "Help Me, Rhonda". The single reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100, making it their second chart-topping single since "I Get Around" in 1964.
Help Me, Rhonda" is a song written by Brian Wilson and Mike Love for their American rock band The Beach Boys. The song is the first Beach Boys song (with the exception of their Christmas Album) to feature a lead vocal by Al Jardine. It was released in March 1965 on the album Today! as "Help Me, Ronda". The single peaked at number one in the United States, their second .
This was the first Beach Boys single where their guitarist Al Jardine sang lead. The song was written by Brian Wilson and Mike Love. Wilson explained to Goldmine in 2011: "We did two versions of 'Help Me Rhonda. We did one with the ukulele and we did one with guitars. We chose to use the guitar version. On 'Help Me, Rhonda' he had a great track going, and I went and wrote the lyrics, tailoring the lyrics to the melody. We'd go into the studio with a couple of musicians, and with Carl and Dennis, and we'd bang out a track, Brian on piano or bass. My forte was literature and poetry. I was very enamored of all that, so it meant that he could focus 100% on the music. I rediscovered it when I purchased a live Beach Boys album in 1974. What a great song! Mr. Chimp from Brno, Czech RepublicAl Jardine, the Beach Boys´ rhytm guitarist, sang lead vocal on this.
Produced by Brian Wilson. Album The Beach Boys Today! Help me, rhonda - mono Lyrics. Well, since she put me down I've been out doin' in my head Come in late at night and in the mornin' I just lay in bed Well, Rhonda, you look so fine (look so fine) And I know it wouldn't take much time For you to help me, Rhonda Help me get her out of my heart
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The 1965 album The Beach Boys Today! is an early stab at a cohesive pop-album statement. It deals with romantic desolation as much as teenage thrills, and its instrumentation is thicker and more expansive than what the group was already doing. This was the beta version of the new Beach Boys. They hadn’t yet become the starry-eyed chamber-pop masters that they’d evolve into soon enough, but they were trying to get there. Help Me, Rhonda, the Beach Boys’ second single, is a total transitional record. Help Me, Rhonda is a plea to a girl. The narrator wants to forget another girl, an ex-fiancée who moved onto another man. He’s looking for a rebound, and he’s not especially romantic about it. If Rhonda hears this song, she knows that the narrator doesn’t really like her; he’s just begging to use her. But we only know this from about four lines of the verses.
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