Beatles - Rubber Soul - 1965 Rock - Stereo - Sealed 180 Grm LP
The Beatles - Rubber Soul
Label: Parlophone – 094638241812, Parlophone – PCS 3075
Tracklisting: UK Version
1. Drive My Car
2. Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)
3. You Won't See Me
4. Nowhere Man
5. Think For Yourself
6. The Word
8. What Goes On
10. I'm Looking Through You
11. In My Life
13. If I Needed Someone
14. Run For Your Life
Backing Vocals - George (tracks: A3, A6, B2, B6) , John (tracks: A3, A4, A6, B3) , Paul (tracks: A2, A4, B2, B6)
Bass [Fuzz Bass] - Paul (tracks: A4)
Harmonium - George Martin (tracks: A5)
Organ [Hammond] - "Organ" Evans (tracks: A3) , Ringo (tracks: B3)
Piano - George Martin (tracks: B4) , Paul (tracks: A3, A5)
Producer - George Martin
Sitar - George (tracks: A2)
Vocals - George (tracks: A4, A5) , John (tracks: A2, A5, B1, B2, B4 to B6) , Paul (tracks: A1, A3, A5, A6, B1, B3 to B5)
Written-By - George Harrison (tracks: A4) , Lennon & McCartney (tracks: A1 to A3, A5 to B6)
''Rubber Soul is the sixth album by English rock band The Beatles, first released in December 1965. It was recorded in just over four weeks to make the Christmas market, and was a major achievement, with reviewers taking note of The Beatles' developing musical vision. Like most Beatles albums, the record was produced by George Martin and achieved widespread commercial success.
The album was a major artistic leap for the group, and often cited by critics, as well as members of the band, as the point where The Beatles' earlier Merseybeat sound began to morph into the eclectic, sophisticated pop/rock of their later career. Lennon later said this was the first album on which The Beatles were in complete creative control during recording, with enough studio time to develop and refine new sound ideas.
While the Beatles still largely stuck to love songs on Rubber Soul, the lyrics represented a quantum leap in terms of thoughtfulness, maturity, and complex ambiguities. Musically, too, it was a substantial leap forward, with intricate folk-rock arrangements that reflected the increasing influence of Dylan and the Byrds. The group and George Martin were also beginning to expand the conventional instrumental parameters of the rock group, using a sitar on "Norwegian Wood," and Greek-like guitar lines on "Michelle" and "Girl," fuzz bass on "Think for Yourself," and a piano made to sound like a harpsichord on the instrumental break of "In My Life." While John and Paul were beginning to carve separate songwriting identities at this point, the album is full of great tunes, from "Norwegian Wood" and "Michelle" to "Girl," "I'm Looking Through You," "You Won't See Me," "Drive My Car," and "Nowhere Man" (the last of which was the first Beatle song to move beyond romantic themes entirely). George Harrison was also developing into a fine songwriter with his two contributions, "Think for Yourself" and the Byrdsish "If I Needed Someone."
''Beatles - In My Life
This is a video I made for the Beatles set to the song "In My Life." I tried to use a variety of pictures/clips that showed the various times in their career.
The Beatles - Drive My Car
Listen to Paul belt out those lyrics in the beginning .... POWERFUL !!!!!
Beatles - I've Just Seen A Face
Love this song so much I can't stop listening to it
BEATLES - MICHELLE
Michelle is a masterpiece. beautiful lyrics, sublime melody, haunting harmonies... with a smooth blend of acoustic guitars playing counterpoint to an exquisite baseline.. McCartney at his best. This man is an utter genius. Did I mention the vocals''
|Format||LP, 180 Gram|