Mp3 God Help The Girl - God Help The Girl
|1||Pretty Eve In The Tub|
|2||Funny Little Frog|
|3||Hiding Neath My Umbrella|
Written-By – Stevie Jackson
|4||God Help The Girl|
|5||Act Of The Apostle|
|6||A Down And Dusky Blonde|
|7||Musician, Please Take Heed|
|8||Perfection As A Hipster|
|9||Come Monday Night|
|10||The Music Room Window|
|11||I'll Have To Dance With Cassie|
|12||I Just Want Your Jeans|
|13||If You Could Speak|
|14||A Unified Theory|
|RTRADLP489||God Help The Girl||God Help The Girl (LP, Album, Gat)||Rough Trade||RTRADLP489||UK||2009|
|HN641CD||God Help The Girl||God Help The Girl (CD, Album)||High Note Records||HN641CD||Taiwan||2009|
|none||God Help The Girl||God Help The Girl (CDr, Album, Promo)||Rough Trade||none||France||2009|
|RTRADCD489||God Help The Girl||God Help The Girl (CD, Album)||Rough Trade||RTRADCD489||UK||2009|
|OLE 866-2||God Help The Girl||God Help The Girl (CD, Album)||Matador||OLE 866-2||US||2009|
- Design – D8
- Illustration – Graham Samuels
- Management – John Williamson
- Mastered By – Frank Arkwright
- Mixed By – Brian McNeill (tracks: 1 to 5, 7 to 14), Stuart McCredie (tracks: 6)
- Photography By [Colour] – Stuart Murdoch
- Photography By [Front & Back Cover And Black & White] – Marisa Privitera
- Producer, Written-By – Stuart Murdoch
- Recorded By, Engineer – Brian McNeill
Recorded at Cava Sounds, Glasgow.
Orchestra recorded at Angel Studios, London.
Mastered at Metropolis, London.
Published by Sony/ ATV Music Publishing
℗ & © 2009 Rough Trade Records Ltd.
"Manufactured and distributed exclusively in Australia by Shock Records."
- Barcode: 883870 048927
- Matrix / Runout: RTRADCD189 01 GIRL
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L283
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rough Trade Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Rough Trade Records Ltd.
- Published By – Sony / ATV Music Publishing
- Mastered At – Metropolis Mastering
- Recorded At – Cava Studios
- Recorded At – Angel Studios
- Manufactured By – Shock
- Distributed By – Shock
God Help the Girl is a 2009 album by Stuart Murdoch of the band Belle and Sebastian with female vocalists such as Catherine Ireton. God Help the Girl is also the name of the band and the accompanying film released in 2014. The songs are about a Scottish girl who is hospitalized after a nervous breakdown. Two songs Funny Little Frog and Act of the Apostle were taken from the repertory of Belle and Sebastian. God Help The Girl is a musical feature film, which will be made in 2012. It is written and is to be directed by Stuart Murdoch, the lead singer of the group Belle And album. Indie Pop. God Help the Girl. Songs in album God Help the Girl - God Help The Girl 2009. God Help the Girl - Act of the Apostle. God Help the Girl - God Help the Girl. God Help the Girl - Pretty Eve in the Tub. God Help the Girl - A Unified Theory. God Help the Girl - Hiding Neath My Umbrella. God Help the Girl - Funny Little Frog. God Help the Girl - If You Could Speak. God Help the Girl - Musici. Released June 22, 2009. God Help the Girl Tracklist. Act of the Apostle Lyrics. God Help the Girl Lyrics. Pretty Eve in the Tub Ft. It makes up most of the narrative of what later became the God Help the Girl film. Act of the Apostle and Funny Little Frog are the only two songs not original to this album and were previously written and recorded by Belle and Sebastian. God Help the Girl Q&A. God Help the Girl is a musical project authored by Stuart Murdoch, leader of the Scottish indie pop group Belle & Sebastian, featuring a group of Help the Girl is a musical project authored by Stuart Murdoch, the leader of the Scottish indie pop group Belle and Sebastian, featuring, besides Belle & Sebastian as the accompanying band, a group of female vocalists, including Catherine Ireton. The records released as part of the project include so far: the singles Come Monday Night, Funny Little Frog 2009 and Baby, You're Blind 2010, the main album of the project, also entitled God Help the Girl, and the EP Stills both published in 2009. In 2011, Stuart Murdoch plans to start shooting a musical film, which will read more. God Help the Girl should probably just be viewed as a flawed work or a semi-successful adventure by a solo artist who needs his band to be truly great. Or maybe he just should have sung all the songs himself and everything would have been fine. However you view it, unless you are a Belle & Sebastian fanatic, you could probably give God Help the Girl a pass. You won't be missing much. God Help the Girl opens with a delicate new version of The Life Pursuit centerpiece Act of the Apostle II. Switched from senior year to senior ward, and re-titled simply Act of the Apostle, the song also drops its last verse- making the whole thing more prologue-like- and gains a bit of Andrews Sisters swing. The last two songs are among the album's most inspired. I'll Have to Dance With Cassie suggests Eve has returned to the church of rock'n'roll now that she knows her dream boy doesn't exist, she's shimmying with a girl friend like they're a pair of boxing kangaroos. On closing number A Down and Dusky Blonde, having fried her head- another double entendre . In God Help The Girl he does a few things well. The dance and musical sequences, though possibly jarring to some, are blended into the film reasonably well. But the rest of it is pretty shallow. It's as if he had the idea of jumping into the ocean but got to the edge and just paddled, not really able or wanting to get wet. For example, James is potentially an interesting character but Stuart doesn't develop him beyond the paper thin. At one point in the film, Anton Pierre Boulanger describes Eve's music as, and I'm paraphrasing, baby stories for young girls. I think Anton. God Help the Girl, old-fashioned and without artifice though it may be, is supremely welcoming. Its charm-and those tunes-are likely to make it an album you find yourself returning to, again and again, for the simple joy of listening to it. Read full review. God Help the Girl is a spirited expansion of some of Murdoch's best ideas, but until the film finishes shooting-set to start next year-we'll probably just have wild-ass guesses like mine as to the real story