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"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.

The song is significant because it contains the first example of a vocal being put through a Leslie speaker cabinet to obtain a vibrato effect (which was normally used as a loudspeaker for a… read more

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  • Avatar for jack_torrens
    like tame impala
  • Avatar for davidmxdf
    The song that changes everything.
  • Avatar for bejix
    Unbelievable, that this is from 1966.
  • Avatar for MisterJunior
    Groundbreaking and mind-blowing.
  • Avatar for DouglasCostaAx
    Imagine listening to this song in 66.
  • Avatar for Lajon_
    lol it still sounds futuristic
  • Avatar for GhostHaunted
    Turn off your mind, relax and float down stream, it is not dying, it is not dying.
  • Avatar for HayleighRayment
    Comes up to the beach with you mean the station is based in the summer clothes are not by the Buddha belly oh because of the babies
  • Avatar for pteronophobic
    One of my favorite Beatles songs. They invented a lot in the electronic music genre with this one. Check out the version by Monsoon with Sheila Chandra on vocals.
  • Avatar for lucaslups
    So ahead of its time it's ridiculous. [13]

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