[music] Tomorrow Never Knows

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Re: [music] Tomorrow Never Knows

Post by Lenny Lee » Mon Mar 21, 2011 5:37 pm

firestamper wrote:love this version sorry i hadn`t listened to this earlier ,this is one of my fav beatles tracks ,great mix ,great vocals ,great guitar ,loads of energy , well done.
Thank you, firestamper! :)
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Re: [music] Tomorrow Never Knows

Post by Lenny Lee » Mon Mar 21, 2011 5:39 pm

HornForHire wrote:Hi Lenny,

This is great! 8-)

It certainly is very different from the original, I like it a lot.
Powerful arrangement and production. Very nice.

Richie did a great job on the guitar!

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Re: [music] Tomorrow Never Knows

Post by Lenny Lee » Mon Mar 21, 2011 5:40 pm

mashedmitten wrote:Awesome, Lenny. Just listened twice. :mrgreen:

Kudos to Richie, tasteful. 8-)
thanks, Nate - but the full impact doesn't kick in 'til around the 4th or 5th listen. ;)
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Re: [music] Tomorrow Never Knows

Post by Lenny Lee » Mon Mar 21, 2011 5:40 pm

Bandersnatch wrote:Loved it!

Cheers :)
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Re: [music] Tomorrow Never Knows

Post by Lenny Lee » Mon Mar 21, 2011 5:41 pm

bluebob wrote:I could listen to that opening endless times, love the way it floats with drama and then the vocal comes in to pull it together.
forgot to mention that tight bassline. really an accomplishment producing this track.
congrats!!
btw, wim said he would try and get a sax line down to groovedog when the time is available so can't wait to see how that one unfolds
Thanks again, Bob. Yeah, hearing Wim's new work is always a treat.
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Re: [music] Tomorrow Never Knows

Post by Lenny Lee » Mon Mar 21, 2011 5:42 pm

mixup23 wrote:Hey Lenny,
I have a great respect for your talent, and it shines here. Title song and Within You Without You are two of my favorite Beatles compositions. You have uniquely captured the essence of Tomorrow Never Knows. Big pluses, Lenny!

Michael
Thanks a lot, Michael. Glad you liked it. 8-)
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Re: [music] Tomorrow Never Knows

Post by Lenny Lee » Mon Mar 21, 2011 5:44 pm

Dave S wrote:Hi Lenny

I really don't have very much to say except that this is really very good in every respect. 8-) I know it's not the thing to say but I have never been a huge Beatles fan :o :oops: but I could listen to this all day.

Cheers
Dave
I'm glad it's working for ya Dave. So what is it about the Beatles? :) Was it the moptops? :lol:
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Re: [music] Tomorrow Never Knows

Post by Lenny Lee » Mon Mar 21, 2011 5:48 pm

DaveKeir wrote:Lenny,

This is astonishing. I don't know whether it's because the song is already so familiar that it's so easy to be so enthusiastic about it. I mean you don't have to "learn" the song before you can appreciate the performance, arrangement and production. I can get "straight to the point" of this piece of work as you as a recordist, performer, arranger and producer.

Promo this more widely when it's released and I wonder what radio stations might pick this up!?

Awesome. (A word I normally deplore due to it's abuse. I don't abuse it here.)
Thank you most kindly, Dave! I will do as you suggest - and I accept your adjective as intended! :D
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Re: [music] Tomorrow Never Knows

Post by Lenny Lee » Mon Mar 21, 2011 5:49 pm

Pearldivers wrote:The Brill. ;)

Loved it.

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Re: [music] Tomorrow Never Knows

Post by sav. » Mon Mar 21, 2011 9:59 pm

Outstanding cover, Lenny!
Never heard the original before, had a few listens to your version before searching for the original and after hearing it (sorry if I upset any die-hard Beatles fans) I much prefer yours! :)
Lovin the bass in this!!!

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Re: [music] Tomorrow Never Knows

Post by knuckle47 » Fri Apr 01, 2011 4:13 am

Lenny,

Barring any of the licensing discussion...I think you have done a spectacular job and I loved listening to the previews of your cd so much, when I get done here, I am heading back over to order the download.

You are only across the river from me . . .do you perform out at all?

Beatles were my musical colostrum from that first Ed Sullivan show age 12. You have done a terrific job !
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Re: [music] Tomorrow Never Knows

Post by Lenny Lee » Sat Apr 02, 2011 9:25 pm

sav. wrote:Outstanding cover, Lenny!
Never heard the original before, had a few listens to your version before searching for the original and after hearing it (sorry if I upset any die-hard Beatles fans) I much prefer yours! :)
Lovin the bass in this!!!

Cheers
Sav
Sav, thanks for your very kind words. I appreciate the listens. :)
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Re: [music] Tomorrow Never Knows

Post by Lenny Lee » Sat Apr 02, 2011 9:29 pm

knuckle47 wrote:Lenny,

Barring any of the licensing discussion...I think you have done a spectacular job and I loved listening to the previews of your cd so much, when I get done here, I am heading back over to order the download.

You are only across the river from me . . .do you perform out at all?

Beatles were my musical colostrum from that first Ed Sullivan show age 12. You have done a terrific job !
Thanks for taking the time to listen and respond, Al. And I see you've now purchased my cd! Thank you, sir!
I'm dong some reunion gigs occasionally with old friends - and I fill in in other situations - but I'm not currently
gigging with my own material. Perhaps one of these days.

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Re: [music] Tomorrow Never Knows

Post by knuckle47 » Tue Apr 05, 2011 3:01 am

Well if your ever in the mood to list a place you will be "filling in" please feel free to let me know....thoroughly enjoying it. A long ride up the NJ turnpike every morning :) goes quicker
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Re: [music] Tomorrow Never Knows

Post by swamptone » Mon May 30, 2011 8:17 pm

Hey Lenny,

When will your new Cd be released?

Eagerly awaiting!

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Re: [music] Tomorrow Never Knows

Post by philter2011 » Mon May 30, 2011 9:55 pm

Where is Lenny? Not seen him around for a while.............
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Re: [music] Tomorrow Never Knows

Post by foolomon » Tue May 31, 2011 1:17 am

philter2011 wrote:Where is Lenny? Not seen him around for a while.............
I was just thinking the same thing yesterday... :(
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Re: [music] Tomorrow Never Knows

Post by Pearldivers » Tue May 31, 2011 1:37 am

I have it on good authority (i.e. the horse's mouth) that our Lenny
is alive and well and still kicking. He will tune in again in the near future.
That new album will be the grouse.

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Re: [music] Tomorrow Never Knows

Post by Joan Cubaez » Tue May 31, 2011 6:58 am

Hi Lenny,

by far one of my favourite tunes by the Fab 4, a song that makes me euphoric whenever I listen to it.

Your version did the same to me!

Adorable music!


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Re: [music] Tomorrow Never Knows

Post by desert » Tue Jun 07, 2011 5:25 pm

excellent...all is said
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