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    Tomorrow - Tomorrow (1968)

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    Biography by Richie Unterberger In the early days of British psychedelia, three bands were consistently cited as first-generation figureheads of the London-based underground sound: Pink Floyd, the Soft Machine, and Tomorrow. Pink Floyd became superstars and the Soft Machine influential cult legends, but Tomorrow is mostly remembered (if at all) for featuring Steve Howe as their lead guitarist in his pre-Yes days. Actually, Tomorrow was nearly the equal of the two more celebrated outfits. Along with the early Floyd and Soft Machine, they shared a propensity for flower-power whimsy. Though they were less recklessly innovative and imaginative, their songwriting was accomplished, with adroit harmonies, psychedelic guitar work, and adventurous structures and tempo changes. They never succumbed to mindless indulgence or jamming; indeed, their tracks were rather short and tightly woven in comparison with most psychedelic bands. A couple singles (especially "My White Bicycle") were underground favorites, but the group only managed to record one album before breaking up in 1968. Lead singer Keith West, even before the breakup, had a number two British hit with "Excerpt From a Teenage Opera," which helped inspire Pete Townshend's Tommy. Drummer Twink joined the Pretty Things and, later, the Pink Fairies.


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    Personnel:


    Steve Howe – guitarsJohn "Twink" Adler – drums Keith West – lead vocals John Wood "Junior" – bassandMark Wirtz – keyboards, percussion
    The Aquarian Age:Twink & JuniorMark Wirtz – keyboards
    Keith West featureRonnie Wood – bassAynsley Dunbar – drumsSteve Howe – guitars


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    Tomorrow - Tomorrow featuring Keith West (1968)


    1. My White Bicycle (Hopkins, Burgess) - 03:172. Colonel Brown (Hopkins, Burgess) - 02:513. Real Life Permanent Dream (Hopkins) - 03:154. Shy Boy (Hopkins, Burgess) - 02:265. Revolution (Hopkins, Howe) - 03:486. The Incredible Journey Of Timothy Chase (Hopkins) - 03:177. Auntie Mary's Dress Shop (Hopkins, Burgess) - 02:448. Strawberry Fields Forever (Lennon, McCartney) - 03:589. Three Jolly Little Dwarfs (Hopkins, Burgess) - 02:2610. Now Your Time Has Come (Hopkins) - 04:5111. Hallucinations (Hopkins, Burgess) - 02:37
    bonus tracks:12. Claramount Lake (B-side of "My White Bicycle") - 03:0213. Real Life Permanent Dream (studio demo recording) - 02:2414. Why (McGuinn/Crosby) (studio demo recording) - 03:5915. Revolution (phased mono version, studio demo recording) - 03:5016. Now Your Time Has Come - 03:05
    The Aquarian Age


    17. 10,000 Words In A Cardboard Box - 03:2718. Good Wizzard Meets Naughty Wizzard - 04:4219. Me - 03:12
    Keith West


    20. On A Saturday - 03:1321. The Kid Was A Killer - 02:3122. She - 02:3023. The Visit - 04:05


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