New Collection Beatles ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’ Hits iTunes
A new compilation, titled The Beatles Tomorrow Never Knows is released exclusively on iTunes today. The set contains 14 of the Fab Four “more rock songs,” of “Paperback Writer” and “Back in the USSR” to “It ‘s All Too Much” and “Savoy Truffle”. A promotional film for the song “Hey Bulldog” is also available in streaming or download free.
On the occasion of the publication, Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl a note which will be published with the phrase written on iTunes. In it he writes about the impact the Beatles had on him throughout his life, especially with the song “Hey Bulldog”. You can read the note in its entirety below:
If it were not for The Beatles, I would not be a musician. It ‘so simple. From a young age I was fascinated by his songs, and over the years, I have drowned in the depth of their catalog. Their language and their swagger. Her grace and beauty. The darkness and its light. The Beatles seemed capable of anything. They knew no bounds, and in this freedom, seemed to define what we now know today as “Rock and Roll.”
“Recently, I showed my 6 year old daughter, Violet, a brilliant film Yellow Submarine. Was his introduction to the Beatles, and they shared the same fascination I immediately felt like I was her age, the discovery of the Beatles He wanted to call them the first time, what instruments they played, which is what I sing, sing etc etc etc … I know it made me so incredibly happy (and proud of it). few days, he knew that the verses and choruses of every song on the album. But it was a song that was on her ….
“” Hey Bulldog “is not one of the Greatest Hits of the Beatles. That ‘s what most people look at a” turning point. “But it is a synonym of the Beatles’ rocker. The rolling bass line, drum fills make Ringo, … gritty distorted guitar, and the noise that could produce only the back of the throat Lennon It tramples on its lines, makes the head bob, shakes her hips when Lennon sings .. “When you are alone, you can use say” calm the heart, as you believe something finally is inside so raw and real. E ‘at 100% without time rock and roll …
From generation to generation, the Beatles remain the most important rock band of all time.