Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Nowhere Man

Paul supposedly wrote this as a tribute to the Maharishi, who the Beatles had recently visited in India. I scratch my head how this would be a tribute, but then, my consciousness wasn't enhanced like theirs was. Anyway, this was a hit for the group, and peaked at #3 and spent 9 weeks in the US Top 100. It ranked 75th on Billboard's Year-End Hot 100 Singles of 1967 chart. It went to no. 1 in Canada and Australia, but strangely was not released in the UK. But, then, the calendar is only so long and they had plenty of other stuff to release there.

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