Beatles, The - Rubber Soul album download
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Rubber Soul was also the last Beatles album for which Norman Smith manned the control desk. He took his leave after six albums and eleven singles going on to produce Pink Floyd and later still to enjoy success as 'Hurricane' Smith. The front cover photograph of Rubber Soul was again taken by Robert Freeman but the way the faces appear slightly distorted on the sleeve was a result on a happy accident while the image was being projected. It is also interesting to note that the group's name is absent from the front of the sleeve.
The Beatles' sixth studio album Rubber Soul is arguably the best album of all time, though some may argue it’s not even the best album The Beatles made. The album came after their exposure to Bob Dylan and pot. It was only their second album to contain completely original songs. The lyrical content on the album is markedly more sophisticated than their previous material. The name Rubber Soul is a pun on soul music and a shoe’s rubber sole
Rubber Soul marked a new period of development for The Beatles, illustrated by the sitar leads on "Norwegian Wood," the harpsichord effect on "In My Life," and Lennon's character portrait of "Nowhere Ma. It exhibits not only a love for R&B, but also for the burgeoning folk-rock scene and exploding counter-culture. By 1965, the band was spending longer hours at the studio as both a refuge from the increasingly excitable outside world and as a place where their imaginations could flourish
The Rubber Soul Project (album). THE RUBBER SOUL PROJECT (1) is imaginary Beatles album published in Belgrade, Serbia in 1996, created by the Rubber Soul Project. For 15 original songs, inspired by the titles of songs the Beatles recorded but never released, lyrics were written by author and translator Goran Skrobonja, and music composed by Rastko Ćirić. Music producers were Nebojša Ignjatović and Miroslav Cvetković. Executive Producer was Dragan Ašanin.
Rubber Soul is the sixth studio album by English rock band the Beatles. It was recorded in just over four weeks to make the Christmas market, and was released on 3 December 1965. Unlike the five albums that preceded it, Rubber Soul was recorded during a continuous period, whereas the group had previously made their albums during breaks between tour dates and other commitments. Rubber Soul was the group’s first release not to feature their name on the cover, an uncommon tactic in 1965. The ‘stretched’ effect of the cover photo came about after photographer Bob Freeman had taken some pictures of the group wearing suede leather jackets at Lennon’s house.