The cut-outs are here arranged as each member of the band appears on the cover of the album Help!
The components are described in detail as follows.
H - "Harrison" was cut out from the purported signature of George Harrison.
E - "I Need You" is a song from Help! composed and sung by George Harrison.
L - "Lennon" is the author's self-styled calligraphy of the name.
P - "Paul" was cut out from the purported signature of Paul McCartney.
! - "Oh Darling! is a song from Abbey Road composed and sang by Paul McCartney. The
songwriting credits are given to John Lennon and Paul McCartney.
The image of the car was cut out from the front cover of Abbey Road.
"28IF LMW" is the car's license plate. Mail Online
According to conspiracy theorists who advanced that Paul McCartney had died and
had been replaced by an impostor for the album cover shot, Paul would have been
28 IF he hadn't 'died'. In fact, Paul was only 27 when the album was released in
1969 but the theorists were still correct, for The Beatles had been followers of
Indian mysticism and for them, the age of a person is counted not from birth but
from conception. "LMW" stands for "Linda McCartney Weeps", referring to Linda
Eastman whom Paul married earlier that year.
A - "Starr" is the author's self-styled calligraphy of the alias. His real name is Richard
B - "Bach" refers to Barbara Bach, Ringo Starr's second wife, who starred as Anya Amasova
in the 1977 James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me.
B - The image is from the cover of the album The Concert for Bangladesh, recordings from
two concerts on August 1,1971 which were organised by George Harrison and Indian
sitarist Ravi Shankar in order to raise international awareness and fund relief
efforts for refugees from East Pakistan (now Bangladesh), following the Bangladesh
Liberation War-related genocide. The shows were a pioneering charity event and
set the model for future multi-artist rock benefits. wikipedia
Y - "Yoko" is the author's self-styled calligraphy of the name of John Lennon's wife.
The image of the girl in blue dress was cut from the back cover of Abbey Road.
R - Nobody knows the identity of the girl dressed in blue. On the night of the theorists' 'car
crash' it was raining heavily and Paul is said to have given a lift to a fan called Rita.
It could be that this girl is her, either fleeing the scene or running to get help.
appears on side A of the vinyl LP Abbey Road. It is only the second and last song
that Ringo had written and sung for The Beatles.
A - The letter 'A' is here substituted by the legs of Ringo Starr, who appears to be flashing
the semaphore signal for the letter "V" on the cover of Help! The signals flashed are
for 'NUJV'. Feel Numb
D - The letter 'D' stands for drum, Ringo's instrument with The Beatles.
The tweak of the album cover art design of Abbey Road is on this page.
No. 119, The Virgin All-Time Album Top 1000; No. 273, Billboard, The 300 Best-Selling Albums of All Time;
No. 331, Rolling Stone, The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time
Photo by Robert Freeman. Album produced by George Martin. Parlophone 1965.
band is spelling out the word HELP. According to cover photographer Robert Freeman,
“I had the idea of semaphore spelling out the letters H.E.L.P. 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 other arms.”
The best graphic positioning of The Beatles ended up spelling out NUJV. Feel Numb
(A) Act Naturally - It's Only Love - You Like Me Too Much - Tell Me What You See - I've Just Seen a Face - Yesterday - Dizzy Miss Lizzy
"You're Going to Lose That Girl" live in the studio from Bruno Acevedo on YouTube.