“I Feel Fine” by The Beatles was the number one song in the United States on January 1, 1965. After all their success in 1964, two months seemed like a long time between number one’s. On March 13, “Eight Days A Week” ascended to the top of the BILLBOARD Pop Chart and remained in that position for two weeks.
The song also marked a subtle change to their sound. The textures and melodies were becoming more complex and they were becoming more of a studio band than one that would play live. The song featured a double tracking of John Lennon’s voice and a unique guitar fade in.
The flip side, “I Don’t Want To Spoil The Party” also made the top 4, peaking at number 39. All in all it added up to their seventh American number one.