This time out it's "Nowhere Man" (as opposed to its double-A-side partner "Day Tripper") being resold, in the company of three songs off of the U.K. Rubber Soul album. It only got better than this if one bought the album, as increasing numbers of teenagers were doing, making the EPs redundant if profitable. The packaging and art were still cool, but the group's songs and albums were now so substantial (and the latter also selling so well) that the EP was reduced to irrelevancy. Additionally, the Beatles were soon going to start releasing records that were a lot harder to pair together and were also going to take a lot more control over how their work was packaged and delivered.
AllMusic Review by Bruce Eder