TOMORROW : REVOLUTION [1968]

Απ΄το ένα και μοναδικό άλμπουμ που ηχογράφησε το βρετανικό ψυχεδελικό συγκρότημα των ‘60s, ο εκλεκτισμός του οποίου δείχνει προς το το progressive της επόμενης δεκεαετίας.
Δημιουργικό νους του γκρουπ ο τραγουδιστής
Keith West. Κιθαρίστας ο μεγάλος, μετέπειτα μέλος των Yes, Steve Howe.

From the one and only album recorded by the British psychedelic band of the ’60s, whose eclecticism looks straight to the progressive rock of the next decade.
The group’s creative mind is its singer,
Keith West. The great Steve Howe, later a member of Yes, is the guitar player.

Hmm, it’s not animal, vegetable or mineral
In Spain you’ll sometimes find them
“Ah” you might say, “he’s the beginning”
It changes quickly
But it’s a good thing
The answer to the riddle is
Revolution, revolution
Revolution now!
Revolution now!
Revolution now!
Revolution now!
A time will come, when we’ll be free
When we can talk and meet and see
(Anything) that’s going on
(Everything) right or wrong
Free
Flower children spreading love, that’s a start
You can tell those with a heart
(Sun will rise) it’s so nice
(Open eyes) see it twice
Free
Try not to walk about police on your own
Be careful what you say police on the phone
Have your own little revolution
Have your own little revolution
Have your own little revolution now!
Revolution now!
Revolution now!
Revolution now!
Revolution now!
Happiness is hard to find
We just want peace to blow our minds
(Don’t you see) other thing
(Bring it in) anything you want to bring
Try not to walk about police on your own
Be careful what you say police on the phone
Have your own little revolution
Have your own little revolution
Have your own little revolution now!
Revolution now!
Revolution now!
Revolution now!
Revolution now!
Revolution now!
Revolution now!

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  1. trentpmcd November 26, 2021 at 4:29 pm

    It’s been ages since I’ve heard this…. I bought the album as a kid because of Steve Howe. I did like it, but the Yes albums hit the turntable a bit more often, and I never picked up a CD (or mp3) version when I made the switch in the late 80s… not sure if one ever existed!

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    1. Oannes November 26, 2021 at 8:41 pm

      It certainly did. I bought the album as a kid for the very same reason [if Wakeman & Emerson were the reasons why a became a keyboard player, Howe was the sole reason why I became an amateur guitarist].
      My favorite song from the album was this one [posted 2 years ago] https://oannes.gr/tomorrow-now-your-time-has-come-1968/

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