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A fresh new version of Tomorrow's legendary debut album re-imagined by Steve Howe. Post-produced using the technology now available on the balance and edits to enhance and re-present what the band were trying to achieve 55 years ago! Featuring some less well-known studio tracks, a new title, running order and sleeve creating the psychedelic masterpiece they always envisaged. Previously known as The In Crowd, Tomorrow came to fame in the 1967 film Smashing Time. During that year the band released two singles, one of which, 'My White Bicycle' was inspired by the Dutch Provos, an anarchist group in Amsterdam which instituted a community bicycle program. The follow-up single 'Revolution', according to Joe Boyd's book White Bicycles - Making Music in the 1960s asserted the band's performance of the song at the UFO Club was the apotheosis of the 60s UK underground. This re-issue overseen by Steve Howe, contains new artwork by long time Yes collaborators The Gottlieb Brothers with new notes by Steve Howe and John 'Twink' Alder, and has been remastered from the original mono mixes. Guitarist Steve Howe later joined progressive rock band Yes, while Twink joined The Pretty Things in order to complete their concept album, 'SF Sorrow', before forming The Pink Fairies. John Wood sometimes played bass with Jeff Beck. Black vinyl