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  1. Nikom

    Tune in weekday mornings for Stories of Standards to hear our favorite versions of “Norwegian Wood.” Rodney Franks presents Stories of Standards Monday through Friday at and a.m starting Monday, August 24! Stories of Standards is sponsored by ListenUp “Norwegian Wood” was first released on the Beatles’ album “Rubber Soul”, written primarily by [ ].
  2. Nejas

    Rubber Soul is the sixth studio album by the English rock band the was released on 3 December in the United Kingdom, on EMI's Parlophone label, accompanied by the non-album double A-side single "Day Tripper" / "We Can Work It Out".The original North American version of the album, issued by Capitol Records, contained ten of the fourteen songs and two tracks withheld from .
  3. Taushura

    Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.
  4. Tukinos

    Of course! This one!". Nonetheless, Rubber Soul is the album where The Beatles started being who we universally recognise as The Beatles, and not as a band of hasty and frantic young men in the eye of a storm. Not the fifth best album ever, but certainly, the best Beatles release so far/5(2).
  5. Kazrashakar

    Drive My Car Norwegian Wood You Won't See Me Nowhere Man Think For Yourself The Word Michelle What Goes On
  6. Goltishura

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Rubber Soul on Discogs. Label: Odeon - 1C • Format: Cassette Album, Reissue • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Beat, Rock & Roll4/5.
  7. Gardalabar

    Jul 05,  · Video made with Processing. The 83rd place in the ranking of the greatest songs of all time. Song by The Beatles from the album Rubber Soul. Written by.
  8. Goltirr

    R from Montreal, Qc, Canada John Lennon voice was a real change from other album with Rubber Soul. If you listen to Norwegian Wood and Girl, the voice is more dramatic or "more concern" with the lyrics. After Nowhere Man, John lennon seemed to be more concerned with .
  9. Arashishura

    But that didn't stop radio from playing tracks like "Norwegian Wood," "In My Life," "Girl," "Drive My Car," and "Michelle" as if they were Top 40 hits--nor did it keep "Rubber Soul" from spending six weeks at #1 on the Billboard album chart. I like "Rubber Soul" because it marks the mid-point of the Beatles' career--and not just due to its.

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