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Beatlemania continues as Paul's new song diverges from the Rock'n'Roll genre. Individual traits become more clear whilst clean cut images are maintained. The band reflects on marijuana usage and political recognition during this time.
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Beatlemania continues as Paul's new song diverges from the Rock'n'Roll genre. Individual traits become more clear whilst clean cut images are maintained. The band reflects on marijuana usage and political recognition during this time.

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Four songs featured in this documentary as part of the 1965 UK 'Rubber Soul' LP were initially absent from the US version. "Nowhere Man", "What Goes On" ,"Drive My Car" and "If I Needed Someone" were included the following year on the US "Yesterday and Today" album. See more »

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Features The Ed Sullivan Show: Episode #17.19 (1964) See more »

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