Recorded: 16, 18 October 1965
Producer: George Martin
Engineer: Norman Smith
Released: 3 December 1965 (UK), 20 June 1966 (US)
Inspired by Roger McGuinn’s guitar work for The Byrds, If…
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14 June 2016
About the song, I love it a lot. This is the Rubber Soul sound through and through. Great harmony, full of life and energy. I enjoy that we have George and John prominently on the song together too. I don’t know if I’d consider it under appreciated, but it should be spoken about more than it is.
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26 January 2017
Guitar riff is one of the best of all time, and the harmonies are so integral to this period of the Beatles, in this song they do an awesome job. Its pretty formulaic with the opening riff, main section, middle eight, etc but its executed to perfection.
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