Help Yourself, known to their fans as "The Helps", were an English rock band.On their first albumHelp Yourself(recorded before they ever played a gig!) they experimented with country-rock, folk and various psychedelic sounds.

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  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
Catalog # : MOVLP2044 Format : 1 LP, 180 gram Releasedate : December 01 2017
Barcode : 8719262005457 Sleeve : 3mm Original Release : 1971 

Side A

1. I Must See Jesus For Myself
2. To Katherine They Fell
3. Your Eyes Are Looking Down
4. Old Man

Side B

1. Look At The View
2. Paper Leaves
3. Running Down Deep
4. Deborah
5. Street Songs

Help Yourself, known to their fans as "The Helps", were an English rock band of the early 70s.

Formed in London, originally as a backing band for singer-songwriter Malcolm Morley, who had left Sam Apple Pie and been signed as a solo act by Famepushers. The band was assembled by John Eichler who, as well as working for Famepushers, was a production manager at Strand Cosmetics.

The eponymous debut album Help Yourself was recorded from late 1970 to early 1971. Malcolm Morley, (guitars/keyboards/vocals) wrote all the songs on this album, which was recorded with another former Sam Apple Pie member Dave Charles (drums/percussion/vocals), ex member of Monday Morning Glory Band, Richard Treece (guitars/vocals/harmonica) and former Growth member Ken Whaley (bass). The album was recorded before the band had played a gig.

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl