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Various Artists - This Bird Has Flown: 40th Anniversary Tribute to Rubber Soul album download

Various Artists - This Bird Has Flown: 40th Anniversary Tribute to Rubber Soul album download

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This Bird Has Flown: 40th Anniversary Tribute to Rubber Soul
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This Bird Has Flown – A 40th Anniversary Tribute to the Beatles' Rubber Soul is a tribute album by a variety of artists that commemorates the 40th anniversary of the release of the Beatles' 1965 album Rubber Soul.

There have been countless tribute albums, but relatively few have been an album-length salute to a proper album. Most notably there was NME's 1988 Sgt. Pepper Knew My Father, which had a nice sense of humor and adventure, featuring such excellent pairings as Sonic Youth and "Within You, Without You," Billy Bragg and "She's Leaving Home," and the Fall taking on "A Day In the Life. As good as this lineup is, This Bird Has Flown suffers slightly from a sense of predictability, since every artist interprets their chosen selection in exactly the way you'd imagine it, so even if these covers aren't strictly faithful to the Beatles's originals, they do sound familiar.

Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown).

Rubber Soul – Rubber Soul is the sixth studio album by the Beatles, and the tenth released in North America. Produced by George Martin, Rubber Soul incorporates a mix of 1960s pop, soul, the albums name comes from the term plastic soul, which popular African American soul musicians coined to describe Mick Jagger, a white musician singing soul music. It was the second Beatles album – after the British version of A Hard Days Night – to contain original material. Clapton also performed the song at the Concert for George tribute to Harrison in 2002, according to music journalist David Fricke, the composition resulted from a remarkable exchange of influences between the Beatles and the Byrds. The two bands formed a friendship in early August 1965 when Harrison and John Lennon attended the Byrds first shows in London, after which Harrison lauded them in the press as the American Beatles.

Tribute compilation in honor of the 40th Anniversary of the release of the Beatles' Rubber Soul album. Recording information by track: 1. Recorded At Black In Black Studios, Mixed At Skip Saylor Recording 2. Recorded and mixed at Key Club Recording Company 3. Recorded and Mixed At Camp Street Studios 5. Recorded At Coupe Studios, Mixed At Wrecking Room Studio 6. Recorded and Mixed At Minutia Sound 7. Recorded At Joey Altruda Recording Studio, Mixed At Ohm Studio 8. Recorded

Compilation album by Various Artists. Drive My Car", performed by The Donnas – 2:44. Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)", performed by The Fiery Furnaces – 2:57.

The artists of This Bird Has Flown may have found this out the hard way, giddily agreeing to take part in a Beatles cover project and then finding themselves trying to do something interesting with "Think for Yourself". Focusing on a single album, as this compilation does, might be a good way to get some of the Beatles' less-appreciated deep cuts renewed attention, but it also forces the exhumation of tracks that would be better left uncelebrated. Fortunately, some of the participants answer this challenge by refusing to be pious or reverent with the material.

This 40th Anniversary Tribute to Rubber Soul is a mixed bag at best. One person found this helpful. This is a really good album. This Bird Has Flown" is a tribute to the Beatles "Rubber Soul" album. Various artists were invited to take one of the songs from the "Rubber Soul" albun and do their own tribute to that song.

Take a listen to This Bird Has Flown, Razor & Tie's 40th anniversary indie-rock tribute to their second album of 1965, Rubber Soul. Tributes to other artists that aim to include songs as timeless as "Drive My Car," "Norwegian Wood," "Michelle," and "In My Life" typically have to cover their entire careers, and even then that's often not enough. The best listens on This Bird Has Flown, however, are those that exhibit some of the experimentalism and innovation that was the mid-period Beatles' hallmark.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Drive My Car John Lennon The Donnas 2:35
2 Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) John Lennon / Paul McCartney The Fiery Furnaces 2:56
3 You Won't See Me John Lennon Dar Williams 3:32
4 Nowhere Man John Lennon / Paul McCartney Low 2:46
5 Think for Yourself George Harrison Yonder Mountain String Band 2:13
6 The Word John Lennon Mindy Smith 3:01
7 Michelle John Lennon / Paul McCartney Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals / Innocent Criminals / Ben Harper 2:53
8 What Goes On John Lennon Sufjan Stevens 5:47
9 Girl John Lennon Rhett Miller 3:01
10 I'm Looking Through You John Lennon Ted Leo 2:25
11 In My Life John Lennon Ben Lee 3:10
12 Wait John Lennon / Paul McCartney Albert Hammond, Jr. / Ben Kweller 2:24
13 If I Needed Someone Nellie McKay 2:16
14 Run for Your Life John Lennon Cowboy Junkies 4:07