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Tomorrow Never Knows

"Tomorrow Never Knows" is the final track of The Beatles' 1966 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. On the 06th of April 1966, The Beatles layed down the basic track of what would be known as "Tomorrow Never Knows" as per another ringoism. This was to set a new genre, this would be once again a new sonic adventure were the four lads, George Martin and Geoff Emerick will record on tape what is the most incredible anachronism in rock music.

4 comments:

Chiko Chevere said...

Please explain "per another ringoism," "to set a new genre" and "the most incredible anachronism in rock music." Thanks!

A BEATLES' HARD-DIE'S SITE said...

ringoism means 'a typical Ringo's expression'. For the other questions, read the year and let the music itself to explain it to you...

Chiko Chevere said...

haha... thanks. I know what you mean by ringoism, I was just wondering WHAT this particular ringoism was referring to. I'll assume it's the title of the song.

I love your site, thanks for all the incredible stuff you post. Guess I really don't understand the meaning of "hard-die" either but now I'm afraid to ask.

A BEATLES' HARD-DIE'S SITE said...

The 'die-hard' fans are the strongest fans of something. This is a blog for fans. 'Hard-die's site' is a word game that should sound similar to 'Hard day's Night'...