Saturday Spins: The Beatles Rubber Soul

Christopher Bradley

Christopher Bradley

Christopher is a lawyer from NEPA, aka, Pennsultucky, He is an avid baseball fan, audiophile, and dog owner. He spends the majority of his free time with his wife and daughters, reading, listening to music, watching baseball (except the Yankees) and writing. If you wish to send him a positive missive, any errata concerning albums, or requests regarding albums: saturdayspins32 at gmail dot com

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  1. Avatar Mike Schilling
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    IMHO, Capital’s policy was “as many albums as possible”. Up until Sergeant Pepper, which was released properly, Capitol put out 8 albums of 11 (or occasionally 12) songs, plus Help! which had only 7 plus movie soundtrack filler, while the rest of the world got 7 albums of 14 (rarely 13) songs. Though occasionally the Capitol albums seemed to be themed, like Rubber Soul being folkish or The Beatles’ Second Album being kickass because it was largely the rock’n’roll covers left off Meet the Beatles.Report

  2. Avatar Patrick
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    Mom’s copy of this album was a British import (mono) and it always freaked me out to hear other peoples’ copies of RS.Report

  3. Avatar Kristin Devine
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    My fave Beatles period is Rubber Soul-Revolver. Great piece, thanks for sharing. Had to give RS a listen after reading it.Report

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