This week on Compeatly Beatles, we look at the fantastic 1965 album Rubber Soul as well as the first double A-sided single “Day Tripper” and “We Can Work It Out”. It’s another long episode, but there’s just so darn much to talk about as the Beatles begin the next phase of their recording career and leave behind their Beatlemania era-style. There is also a little controversy as David defends and Ian condemns John Lennon’s “Run for Your Life”. Don’t worry though; they were still talking at the end of the episode.
Thanks for listening and, please, feel free to leave your comments below on such subjects as “Run for Your Life”, Elvis Presley and how Ringo is the greatest drummer ever.
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