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Inevitably, most of the Beatles' albums will show up in my favorite albums board, but Rubber Soul is perhaps my favorite album. It's basically perfect. This is the point where the Beatles had really evolved beyond their original sound, incorporating more lush harmonies, world music influences, and folk rock. So many of my favorite Beatles songs are on this record. It's the best.
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The Beatles - Rubber Soul [Full Album]. My favorite Beatles album. "I'm looking through you" has always gripped me by the heart.
Many of The Beatles' album covers are great, but this is my favourite. Apparently the strange shape of the image happened when the negative accidentally melted!
The Beatles "Rubber Soul".... isnt it good Norwegian wood? my favorite beatle album amongst a few others
The Beatles – Rubber Soul (1965) – Rubber Soul is one of my favorite Beatles’ albums. It still includes mostly love songs, but I agree with Richie Unterberger (AllMusic) that the quality of the lyrics and the music was significantly elevated on RS. It’s also a beautifully arranged album with each engaging song flowing to the next. I enjoyed Norwegian Wood, You Won’t See Me, Michelle, What Goes On, I’m Looking Through You, In My Life, Girl and other great songs on this CD again today, 5/11/2014.
As the music of the Beatles progressed at an alarming pace in late 1965 and throughout 1966, seemingly the graphic designs of the single picture sleeves did as well. Many of the most beautiful sleeves of the groups history were produced in both Europe and the US throughout the psychedelic era. 1966: EP, France EP, UK EP, Brazil. Not only is the label design unique, but Brazil was only able to produce 33 RPM records during the '60's; all singles and EP's were cut at 33 RPM. USA EP, UK. Sweden USA. While this sleeve uses images of the Beatles from 1965 that were already dated (and they are printed backwards to boot), it still captures the mod spirit of the record and 1966. EP, Spain USA Sweden EP, Spain. Isn't that just the cutest design with the Submarine? Of course it predated the movie by two years, but perfectly captured the whimsy of the song. 1967: USA. The same design was used in the UK as well, making this the very first UK Beatles single issued with picture sleeve. EP, Portugal. The same track lineup and sleeve was also issued in France. Sweden Norway. Norwegian sleeves were printed in incredibly limited numbers, making them some of the hardest to find of all Beatles picture sleeves. Germany. excellent image of The Beatles from the session that yielded the recording of "All You Need Is Love", broadcast worldwide via satellite as part of the 'Our World' program during the summer of love. USA A simply stunning Italian sleeve. France. Minimalist art at the height of the psychedelic era; truly lovely artistic imagery. EP, UK. The final UK EP release, signifying the takeover of the LP in 1967. EP's, once a ubiquitous part of British record buying, were completely swept under the rug by the dominance of the LP as not only the driving sales force in the industry, but also as an art form. Norway. Probably my favorite of all Beatles picture sleeves. Whoever the graphic designer was, they show their genius here with color and imagery that perfectly reflects the nature of this brilliant record. Sweden USA France
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