1994
Label: Andrew Records - ANDRCD 19,Parlophone (2) - ANDRCD 19 • Series: The Beatles Collection - Vol. 3 • Format: CD Compilation, Unofficial Release • Genre: Rock • Style: Beat, Rock & Roll
Nowhere Man - The Beatles - Help! / Rubber Soul (CD)

 · Read reviews and buy The Beatles - Rubber Soul (CD) at Target. Choose from contactless Same Day Delivery, Drive Up and more. • Track Number 4, Track Name: Nowhere Man, Track Length: , • Track Number 5, Track Name: Think for Yourself, Track Length: , Be the first to help other guests. Write a review. Prices, promotions 5/5.

"Rubber Soul" is album six, and here, The Beatles start to change - there's still a clutch of songs, but they all form a coherent whole, as opposed to being an assortment of random material recorded 'on the run' mid tour, as well as being one of the first that contains no cover versions/5(K).

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Rubber Soul" on Discogs. Everything Releases Artists Labels. Advanced Search. Menu. Explore Nowhere Man (Remastered ) ; Think For Yourself (Remastered ) The Beatles – Rubber Soul. Label: Parlophone – 7 2 0, Parlophone – 7 2. Format/5(26).

Whatever the case, Rubber Soul is a deeply funny album: the gender play of “Drive My Car” (and the beep-beep backing vocals), the cabaret of “Michelle” (because nothing warms up the object of one’s desire like French), the way Lennon sucks deeply through his teeth before oozing the chorus to “Girl.” Even the album’s most earnest songs (“Nowhere Man,” “In My Life”) were touched by a nursery .

Rubber Soul is the first true masterpiece of The Beatles and for many it is a favorite. The songs sound lively and spontaneous and cannot but be struck by the originality, both in composition and in sound and arrangement. It is a perfect reflection of the vital spirit of the s, which The Beatles were able to /5(14).


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