But A Day in the Life is instead a full-length interpretation of Sgt. Pepper’s, rendered by some of the most captivating young musicians in the modern jazz orbit. It’s tempting to uphold A Day in the Life as some sort of yearbook or capstone achievement for this tremendously creative moment in jazz, a genre that’s been pronounced dead and then resurrected so many times it could be a major world religion. And in a sense, sure, it is: As with McCraven’s own Universal Beings, A Day in the Life does put many of the people that have made this loose movement so exciting in one breathless sequence.
Help!: A Day in the Life is a 2005 compilation album of music by contemporary artists from Britain and Canada. It was produced by the UK charity War Child to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their previous release, The Help Album, and to raise money to fund the charity's efforts in war-torn countries such as Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Help: A Day in the Life. Help: A Day in the Life Tracklist. 1. I Want None of This by Radiohead Lyrics. 2. It Was Nothing by The Coral Lyrics.
In 1994, Brit-pop heavyweights like Blur, Oasis, and Suede contributed to a charity album that raised millions of dollars for children affected by the war in Bosnia. In 2005 the War Child organization has once again tapped the country's contemporary music scene, this to support battle-scarred and otherwise damaged children everywhere.
7 years ago 7 years ago. Soundtrack. 01 - Torey's Distraction 02 - An Explanation 03 - Leaving Florida 04 - Play With Me 05 - Complications 06 - A Day in the Life 07 -Going Under 08 - Distraction Days 09 - Pinky's Storage 10 - Baby Saige 11 - Cowgirl 12 - A Look Back 13 - Celebration. Released by: The Album Leaf. Release date: 28 August 2012.
Since its original album release, A Day in the Life has been released as a B-side, and also on various compilation albums. It has been covered by other artists, and since 2008, by McCartney in his live performances. It was ranked the 28th greatest song of all time by Rolling Stone magazine. The Beatles began recording the song, with a working title In the Life o. on 19 January 1967, in the innovative and creative studio atmosphere ushered in by the recording of Strawberry Fields Forever and Penny Lane over the preceding weeks. Following A Day in the Life on the Sgt. Pepper album (as first released on LP in the UK and years later worldwide on CD) is a high-frequency 15-kilohertz tone and some randomly spliced Beatles studio chatter. The frequency is best understood as what we know as a dog whistle as the frequency is picked up by a dog’s ear and was part of their humour.
|1-3||–Ant Man Bee||Mayo|
|1-5||–Charles Alberty||Bad Love|
|1-7||–David Grissom||Two People|
|1-8||–Godzilla Motor Company||Throwing Stones|
|1-9||–Govinda||Tyrant Of Noise|
|1-10||–Hip By Association||Bullet Proof Skin|
|1-11||–Hot Buttered Rhythm||Blackcat|
|1-12||–Josh Blake||Drunk On 99|
|1-13||–MC Overlord||One For The Money|
|1-14||–Meat Puppets||Oh Me|
|2-1||–Pamela Miller||High In The Sky|
|2-8||–Ten Percenter||Vulvateen Rarebit|
|2-10||–Troy Campbell||Sleeping Man|
|2-11||–Ugly Americans||Fast Food Shuffle|
|2-12||–Wan Santo Condo||Dandelion|
|2-13||–Pariah||Torn & Tied|
- Compiled By – Mike McCarthy
- Concept By [Cover] – Todd V. Wolfson
- Design, Layout – Jason Thompson
- Executive-Producer – Kristal
- Illustration [Back Cover] – Kyle Ellison
- Legal – Rick Triplett
- Producer [Assistant] – Bruce Hughes
- Production Manager [Production Assistant] – Lisa Short