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So said George Harrison of this landmark Beatle album, one which marked a real change of direction for the band. It was December and the Beatle bubble was showing no sign of bursting. And they were beginning to tire of playing the same old songs to stadiums of screaming fans with bad sound and no one really listening anyway.
They were moving on, and Rubber Soul is the first inkling that they could be something more than just four mop-top pop stars from Liverpool, something deeper and more enduring. It's The Beatles beginning to re-imagine what popular music could be. The US version of Rubber Soul , like all the US Capitol releases to date, was different to its UK counterpart, but less so than had been the case for previous releases. Find out more about our use of this data. Rubber Soul demonstrates how The Beatles were beginning to exploit the recording studio.
Daryl Easlea Although not the huge stylistic leap forward that their next four albums would represent, Rubber Soul underlined that, for The Beatles, mop-toppery was now over and more serious matters lay ahead for a group who had just spent their second, successive year at the very pinnacle of world-wide success.
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Fuelled by their prodigious marijuana intake, the songs — especially John Lennon's — continued on the oblique, introspective course they'd taken since Beatles For Sale the previous autumn. Paul McCartney follows Yesterday, the penultimate track on Help! Rubber Soul demonstrates how The Beatles, with Martin in tow, were beginning to exploit the recording studio — afterwards, boundaries were to be pushed.