Silverfuck / Star Spangled Banner (tease) / She Loves You (tease) / Help (tease) (live, 2000-12-02: Metro, Chicago, IL, USA (ECM-MS907))

~ Recording by The Smashing Pumpkins

Appears on releases

# Title Length Release Title Release Artist Date Country Label Catalog#
Bootleg
4.6 Silverfuck / Star Spangled Banner (tease) / She Loves You (tease) / Help (tease) 25:08 2000-12-02: Metro, Chicago, IL, USA The Smashing Pumpkins [no label] (Special purpose label – white labels, self-published releases and other “no label” releases)

Relationships

recording of: Help! (cover, live, partial) (2000-12-02)
She Loves You (partial, live, cover) (2000-12-02)
Silverfuck (partial, live) (2000-12-02)
The Star-Spangled Banner (partial, live, cover) (2000-12-02)

Help!

writer: John Lennon (Beatle)
Paul McCartney
publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
is the basis for: Beatles Concerto Grosso No. 2 (In the Style of Vivaldi): Help
later parody versions: Hell!
later translated parody versions: Hep!
later translated versions: Agid! (Help!)
Help (Español)
Help! (Finnish)
Komm

She Loves You

writer: John Lennon (Beatle)
Paul McCartney
publisher: Gil Music Corporation
is the basis for: Beatles Concerto Grosso No. 1 (In the Style of Handel): She Loves You - A tempo giusto
later translated parody versions: Sie trinkt nix
later translated versions: Elle t'aime (She Loves You)
Hän sinun on
Sie liebt dich (She Loves You)
referred to in medleys: The Beatles Concerto: 1st Movement: Maestoso - Allegro moderato (She Loves You / Eleanor Rigby / Yesterday / All My Loving / Hey Jude)
Medley: She Loves You / All My Lovin’ / Can’t Buy Me Love / She Loves You
Medley: She Loves You / All My Lovin’ / Can’t Buy Me Love / She Loves You

Silverfuck

composer: Billy Corgan
lyricist: Billy Corgan

The Star-Spangled Banner

anthem of: United States (1931-03-03 –)
composer: John Stafford Smith (1780)
lyricist: Francis Scott Key (1814)
publisher: Rare Blue Music Inc (1988 – ????)
Vinnie Vincent Music (1988 – ????)
arrangements: Star Spangled Banner (for banjo, arr. Charles Wood)
The Star Spangled Banner (arr. Grafulla)
The Star-Spangled Banner (for orchestra and choir ad libitum, arr. Stravinsky)
The Star-Spangled Banner (for band, Sousa)
The Star-Spangled Banner (catch-all for arrangements)
is the basis for: Concert Variations on "The Star-Spangled Banner", op. 23
Star-Spangled
later parody versions: America (Laibach song, based on "The Star-Spangled Banner")
later versions: Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory: The Star Spangled Banner
Transcription of Smith's "The Star-Spangled Banner" for piano, TN iii/11