17 January 2014
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12 June 2014
Hi,my name is Lusine,an Armenian from Armenia,a huge Beatles fan since i was 16(now i'm 24).Quite enjoy your forum,reading its threads,and only now i finally have decided to join you.My English is rather well to take part in the discussions but there can be some grammar mistakes,i hope you won't judge me too hard.
As to the thread,love this album,definitely one of the best Fab. albums ,and here is my top 5
1.Norwegian wood(one of my fav. Lennon lead vocals,the sound of sitar is amazing,thanks for that ,George)
2.In my life(some kind of bitter sweet to me but i've always loved it)
3.Girl(the 1st Beatles song i've heard on the radio back then in 2006 and it makes me Beatlesmaniac and still love it)
5.Think for yourself/The word/You won't see me/Run for your life(can't decide each one of them to name)
1 May 2011
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4 September 2014
28 July 2014
Well, it's a tough choice. Many cite Sgt. Pepper and Abbey Road and Rubber Soul guess the slightly underestimated. It's one of my favorite albums (if not my favorite). Because one thing I really appreciate the Beatles are the bass lines, vocals and stereo (among other things, of course), and the Rubber has these very striking features. I will give some examples and then say my favorite. Watch the stereo's vocals What goes on and on "Drive My Car" in part "and maybe I'll love you" is too perfect! Must also mention the festival of guitars on "Think for yourself" and the wonderful drums on "Wait". Anyway, I could mention them all here, each has a striking feature.
But, I must say that In my life is in essence the best (besides being with her that my love for The Beatles began). The vocals, the melodious drums, the amazing bass, the rifs George, accelerated piano, his lyrics and the story that she keeps with her.
Ah, I must also say that the Rubber touch me in a special way in my life, which does not mean that other albums do not have their technical excellence and their amazing!
Now's my list:
1- In my life
2- The word
4- Drive My Car
6- Run for your life
7- Think for yourself
9- You won’t see me
10- What goes on
11- Nowhere Man
12- I’m looking throught you
14- If I needed someone
The following people thank Rita Eleanor for this post:Hey Jude !
8 August 2014
Aboute a year ago was Rubber Soul my favourite Beatles album... But now I don't like it that much anymore, I don't know why... Maybe I listened it too much.
But my top 6 from this album are:
1. Nowhere Man (acctually one of my favourites Beatles songs)
2. Michelle (sooooo sweet)
3. In my life ( just like it )
4. Norwegian Wood (it remainds me of my mon 'cause it's her favourite song)
5. Drive My Car (when I'll buy my first car I'll open all the windows, drive very slowly trough the town and listen this song at loud :D)
6. Girl (of cours the titititi :D)
The following people thank She_is_leaving_home for this post:Rita Eleanor
2 August 2014
28 March 2014
Even though I grew up with the N.A. Rubber Soul Album, I prefer the U.K. LP with the 14 songs.
This is another reason I find it just as good as Revolver, which only had 2 songs on the Red LP
28 May 2014
Take a real wild guess what my favorite Rubber Soul song is! I dare ye!!
4 June 2014
Take a real wild guess what my favorite Rubber Soul song is!
I could never pick a favorite on RS, but Think For Yourself is up there. It's so underrated (as George was and is in general.) What Goes On is also very underrated (similar situation as George, but possibly more underrated.)
The following people thank Bulldog for this post:thisbirdhasflown, Rita Eleanor
15 May 2014
Michelle. Such a masterpiece, Paul’s “French tune” as I think somebody called it. One of Paul’s best –with a little help of John as far as I know. Yes, I know the lyrics lack the poetry of “In My Life” or the depth of “Nowhere Man”, or the poignancy of “Girl”. Musically? Perfect vocal, bass and guitar arrangements, and a tune that is unforgettable yet not corny. I love the beginning in French, the way Paul sings “I love you, I need to, I want you” when the melody goes up. I know that for some of you it may be even sappy. But when I listen to it I remember what being in love was like when I was eighteen, so many years ago –and that’s enough for me.
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