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  1. "Tomorrow Never Knows" is the final track of The Beatles' studio album Revolver. It is credited as a Lennon/McCartney song, but was written primarily by John Lennon. Although it was the first song that was recorded, it was the last track on the album.
  2. "Eight Miles High" and "Tomorrow Never Knows" (where Coryell really lets loose) are the most successful tracks, with the closing Gary Burton composition "Half a Heart" taking the band back to more introspective, straighter jazz grooves.7/
  3. May 01,  · Equally steeped in rock and jazz concepts, with brilliant production from Marcus' boss at the time, Herbie Mann, "Tomorrow Never Knows" is a period piece that for fans of '60s rock and open-minded jazz listeners is a very fulfilling listen/5(9).
  4. Aug 05,  · The album served as a massive turning point sonically and creatively for the band, which is exemplified by the album’s closing track “Tomorrow Never Knows.” It’s something Mad Men creator/writer Matthew Weiner took note of when he wanted to close out a particular episode of his series that took place in
  5. Mar 16,  · 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.
  6. “TOMORROW NEVER KNOWS” (John Lennon – Paul McCartney) A five month break from the studio for a popular recording group is usually a refreshing experience used to reassess their artistic direction.
  7. cover of the Beatles song "Tomorrow Never Knows" by the doom metal band Trouble. Appears on their album Plastic Green Head. Enjoy.
  8. The title of this song came from Ringo Starr's phrase "Tomorrow never knows" that he said in a television interview in He told then a story about a curios moment at British Embassy in Washington, DC, when one of the guests had cut off a portion of his hair.

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