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Tomorrow Never Knows

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  1. Yozshurg says:
    "Tomorrow Never Knows" is the final track of The Beatles' studio album Revolver but the first to be recorded. Credited as a Lennon/McCartney song, it was written primarily by John Lennon. An innovative recording, it contributed to Revolver's reputation as one of .
  2. Malazil says:
    The final track on Revolver, ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’, was definitely John’s. Round about this time people were starting to experiment with drugs, including LSD. John had got hold of Timothy Leary’s adaptation of The Tibetan Book of the Dead, which is a pretty interesting book.
  3. Muhn says:
    Oct 31,  · Title: Tomorrow Never Knows Artist: The Beatles Album: Revolver () & Anthology 2 () C Turn off your mind relax and float downstream It is not dying It is not dying Lay down all thoug/5(12).
  4. Mikalar says:
    1: General Points of Interest: Style and Form "Tomorrow Never Knows" is a veritable kitchen-sink mix of just about every trick in the Beatles' book to-date, including: an Indian drone, modal tune, bluesy instrumental, tape loops, ADT, vocals played through revolving speakers, distortedly close-up miking of instruments, and a psychedelically mystical "outlook." One of the amazing aspects of.
  5. Meztijas says:
    “Turn off your mind and float downstream ” are the words beginning the Beatles song Tomorrow Never Knows, on the album Revolver. The following is a review of 6 fairly recent books centered on these 7 words and the music that accompanies them. They are, listed from wide to narrow focus:Cited by:
  6. Mauzil says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Tomorrow Never Knows - Steve Marcus on AllMusic - - Steve Marcus' first solo album was an audacious 7/
  7. Gobei says:
    Like " A Hard Day's Night," the title came from an expression Ringo Starr used. The proper idiom is "tomorrow never comes," meaning that when tomorrow arrived, it would become today. Ringo's variation of the phrase took the edge off the heavy philosophical lyrics.
  8. Mejinn says:
    Directed by Paul Knight. With Charlie Allen, Victoria Broom, George Churchil, Joseph Dewey. An original take on the Beatles story. A roller coaster fantasy that leads through an imaginary world where Lennon and McCartney never make the big time. A Shakespearian tale .

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