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Think For Yourself - The Beatles - Rubber Soul (CD)

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  1. The earliest recorded of the five great Beatles albums (Revolver, Sgt. Pepper, White Album, and Abbey Road are the others), Rubber Soul was the album that invented "album rock." This was the first rock album recorded for its own sake, without any Top Forty hit singles to back it up (Nowhere Man did not appear on the U.S. version).
  2. Editors' Notes It wasn’t just that Rubber Soul was sonically groundbreaking (it was), or that Lennon and McCartney’s songwriting had reached new heights of maturity and ambiguity (okay), but that it was the first Beatles album where each song seemed to exist unto itself and yet worked in alchemical harmony with everything around it: the emergence of the pop album as creative kaleidoscope.
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  5. The album Rubber Soul marks the point at which The Beatles starting breaking out of their "Fab Four" image and started growing artistically. Critics went nuts over it. "Think For Yourself" is an excellent example, seeing George Harrison finally come into his own as a songwriter and Paul McCartney experimenting with the fuzz bass.
  6. Think for Yourself Lyrics: I've got a word or two / To say about the things that you do / You're telling all those lies / About the good things that we can have / If we close our eyes / Do what.
  7. Sep 09,  · The Beatles; Rubber Soul. Harrison was growing more serious on the political "Think for Yourself", His deft touch is all over the record in subtle ways-- appropriate for an album full of.
  8. “THINK FOR YOURSELF” (George Harrison) George Harrison’s growth as a songwriter became much more evident with the December release of The Beatles’ “Rubber Soul” album. While his first ever composition, “Don’t Bother Me,” was proudly displayed on the British “With The Beatles” album just over two year prior, it took another 21 months for him to reveal more written.

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