Deconstructing The Beatles’ “Rubber Soul”

In October 1965, The Beatles were faced with an impossible task—produce a new album of original music for a Christmas release. Within one month, The Beatles had emerged with what many consider to be one of their greatest albums—Rubber Soul. They even had time to create a double A-side single, “We Can Work It Out” backed by “Day Tripper.” Both sides of the single, as well as the album, hit number one on the charts.

In “Deconstructing The Beatles’ Rubber Soul”—one of a series of documentary films about The Beatles’ albums—composer/producer Scott Freiman walks Beatles fans young and old through the creation of Rubber Soul. Learn the stores behind the creation of “Norwegian Wood,” “In My Life,” “Nowhere Man,” and other classic Beatles songs. Freiman conducts an educational journey into the creative process of The Beatles performances and recording sessions. To learn more about the film, visit

The independent Liberty Theatre is showing this documentary at 11 a.m. on Saturday, April 22, in its main theater. The film has a running time of one hour, 30 minutes. All tickets are $8. For more information about what else is playing at the Liberty this week, visit The Liberty Theatre is located at 315 N.E. 4th Ave. in downtown Camas. Theater-style snacks and hot popcorn are available in the lobby, as is a selection of beer and wine to enjoy during the film.

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