9 thoughts on “ Tomorrow Never Knows ”

  1. 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 of thwarted ambition, brotherly love and broken dreams.
  2. "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.
  3. "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/
  4. You can hear (and I am sure most Beatles fans have) Tomorrow Never Knows a lot and not know really what it is about. Basically it is saying what meditation is all about. The goal of .
  5. 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
  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. 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.
  8. cover of the Beatles song "Tomorrow Never Knows" by the doom metal band Trouble. Appears on their album Plastic Green Head. Enjoy.
  9. Tomorrow never knows what it doesn't know too soon The Beatles were a huge influence on Oasis. This song is featured on the Beatles album Love (a soundtrack to the Cirque du Soleil show based on their music) remixed with "Within You Without You." >> Suggestion credit: Ryan - London, England.

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