Tomorrow: Keith West (vocals); Steve Howe (guitar); Junior [John Wood] (bass); Twink [John Adler] (drums).
Aquarian Age: Junior [John Wood] (bass); Twink [John Adler] (drums).
Additional personnel: Mark Wirtz (keyboards); Ron Wood (bass); Aynsley Dunbar (drums).
Producers: Mark Wirtz, Keith West.
Compilation producer: Tim Chacksfield.
Includes original liner notes by Roger Fenning and reissue liner notes by Steve Lake.
Tomorrow is remembered today mostly as the band guitarist Steve Howe played in before joining Yes. In fact, they were one of the finest British psychedelic groups of the late '60s. On their lone original release, Tomorrow purveys a blend of '60s psych-pop positioned somewhere between Barrett-era Floyd and the Beatles circa REVOLVER. They had melodic smarts aplenty, as evidenced by their hit "My White Bicycle," which sounds like a distant cousin of the Moody Blues' "Ride My See-Saw." From the characterizations of quirky English characters such as "Colonel Brown" to the use of backwards tapes, Eastern modalities, and baroque keyboard touches, TOMORROW hits all the right buttons of vintage psychedelia.