8 thoughts on “ Michelle - The Beatles - Rubber Soul ”

  1. Apr 19,  · The two albums have a similar feel and production. Especially as someone who grew up with the US version of Rubber Soul, hands down my favorite Beatles album and the only one which I prefer the US version over the UK version. If they had replaced Michelle (my least favorite Beatles song) with something else it would have been disco.dawynsternfirenalmehuginn.infoinfo: Uncle Dan.
  2. With Rubber Soul, the Beatles seriously broadened their sound, responding to their diverse influences and thinking well outside the box instrumentally. The album also featured homespun recording innovations, including George Martin recording the "harpsichord" solo on "In My Life" at half speed—on a piano, then speeding it up when disco.dawynsternfirenalmehuginn.infoinfo: Damian Fanelli.
  3. With Rubber Soul, the Beatles seriously broadened their sound, responding to their diverse influences and thinking well outside the box instrumentally. The album also featured homespun recording innovations, including George Martin recording the "harpsichord" solo on "In My Life" at half speed—on a piano, then speeding it up when disco.dawynsternfirenalmehuginn.infoinfo: Damian Fanelli.
  4. I've not heard a Beatles album I didn't love!! Rubber Soul was the departure from being a child into adulthood for the Beatles. They had pretty much made up their minds about touring again after the hell they went through with the sound systems that were available at that time.
  5. "Michelle" is a love ballad by the Beatles, mainly written by Paul McCartney, with the middle eight co-written with John Lennon. It is featured on their Rubber Soul album. The song is unique among The Beatles' other recordings in that its lyrics are partially in disco.dawynsternfirenalmehuginn.infoinfo: Rock, Pop.
  6. It wasn’t just that Rubber Soul was sonically groundbreaking (it was), or that Lennon and McCartney’s songwriting had reached new heights of maturity and ambiguity (okay), but that it was the first Beatles album where each song seemed to exist unto itself and yet worked in alchemical harmony with everything around it: the emergence of the pop album as creative kaleidoscope.
  7. Michelle’ was a tune that I’d written in Chet Atkins’ finger-picking style. There is a song he did call ‘Trambone’ with a repetitive top line, and he played a bass line whilst playing a.

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