You’d think by reading this website, that I’ve probably heard everything the Beatles have ever done. Nothing could be further from the truth. The Beatles left a treasure trove of outtakes, missing songs, and precious studio banter; all serving as glorious honey for Beatle fans starving for fresh material. Last night, I stumbled upon the studio session for Rubber Soul’s “Think For Yourself.” The person responsible for this bootleg, cleverly edited out the tedious audio takes, and left in all the truly hilarious Beatle conversations. The record here is fascinating. This being a George song, you can see him trying to carefully coral a stoned John and Paul into recording the proper backing vocals. Its also funny to hear a snippy George Martin trying to manage the madness from the safety of his glass booth. There isn’t really much I can add, other than if you want an insight into the Beatle creative process, and love to laugh, its worth the 15 minutes of your time to have this thing playing in the background as you work or relax. Its gold.