Nowhere Man is a song written mostly by John Lennon, credited Lennon/McCartney. It appeared on Rubber Soul and in the animated movie Yellow Submarine. This is one of the first Beatles songs not about love. It reflected the way John Lennon was feeling when he wrote it. The backing track was recorded on October 22nd, 1965 with John and George on their Jumbo acoustics, Paul on his bass guitar, and Ringo on drums, with guitar fills after each verse performed by George on his Strat, double tracked lead and harmony vocals, and a guitar duet played in unison by John and George on their Strats added later as overdubs. The song was released as a single in the US and was performed on their final tour in 1966.
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- John Lennon - Lead and Harmony Vocals, Rhythm Guitar (Gibson J-160E, Fender Stratocaster), Guitar Solo
- Paul McCartney - Harmony Vocals, Bass (Rickenbacker 4001S)
- George Harrison - Harmony Vocals, Lead Guitar (Fender Stratocaster), Guitar Solo
- Ringo Starr - Drums
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