Nowhere Man (track) by The Beatles
Nowhere Man appears on the following album(s) by The Beatles:
- Rubber Soul (track #4) (this album) (1965)
- 1962-1966 (track #20) (compilation) (1973)
- Yesterday And Today (track #3) (compilation) (1966)
- The Beatles Box Set (track #78) (compilation) (1988)
- E.P. Collection (Box Set) (track #45) (compilation) (1981)
- Yellow Submarine Songtrack (track #14) (compilation) (1999)
- The Beatles In Mono (track #73) (compilation) (2009)
- The Beatles Ballads (track #6) (compilation) (1980)
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It's ironic that this song was one of their first not to be about love, because it still hits very close to home for me. When you get sad, have anxiety and feel directionless, this song is always here for you.
Beautiful track :)
A great song. Like a lot of John Lennon songs at this point there is a slight sprinkling of autobiography here. He apparently felt like a 'nowhere man' at this time, crying out, as he alludes to in the song, for a helping hand. Either way, it's an extremely catchy track with some nice guitar work from George Harrison. Great song.
A perfect track. The harmonies, the embryo psychedelic touch and that guitar solo.
This is the most uplifting song. That crystal clear guitar solo. Oh my god.
I actually think this is one of John's weaker later tracks. It's a great recording, but just not the best song.
Just stop doing those la la la lahs and you'll be set! Dammit!
One of their best ever songs! Yeah Yeah yeah !
The greatest piece of music ever. The voice, the solo, the lyrics brings me shivers every. single. time.
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