A new 14-track Beatles compilation titled "Tomorrow Never Knows" has been released by iTunes Tuesday.
The compilation includes the famed mop-tops' "most influential rock songs" that have made generous impact and influence on generations of musicians and anybody who appreciates music. The tracks included are:
"And Your Bird Can Sing"
"I've Got A Feeling" (Naked Version)
"Back In The USSR"
"You Can't Do That"
"It's All Too Much"
"She Said, She Said"
"Tomorrow Never Knows"
"The End" (Anthology 3 Version)
The set is accompanied by a note written by Foo Fighters' front man Dave Grohl regarding the Beatles' influence on his life, especially with the song "Hey Bulldog." The note, as published by the Rolling Stone, read,
"If it weren't for The Beatles, I would not be a musician. It's as simple as that. From a very young age I became fascinated with their songs, and over the years have drowned myself in the depth of their catalogue. Their groove and their swagger. Their grace and their beauty. Their dark and their light. The Beatles seemed to be capable of anything. They knew no boundaries, and in that freedom they seemed to define what we now know today as 'Rock and Roll.'
"Recently I showed my 6-year-old daughter, Violet, the brilliant Yellow Submarine movie. It was her introduction to The Beatles, and she instantly shared the same fascination I felt when I was her age discovering The Beatles for the first time. She wanted to know their names, which instruments they played, who sang what song, etc etc etc....it made me so incredibly happy (and proud!). Within days she knew the verses and choruses to every song on the album. But, there was one song that stood out for her....
""Hey Bulldog' is not one of The Beatles' greatest hits. It's what most people would consider a 'deep cut.' But it is a quintessential Beatles rocker. The rolling bass line, the trademark Ringo drum fills, the gritty distorted guitar, and that sound that only the back of Lennon's throat could produce. It stomps. It grooves. It makes your head bob. It makes your hips shake. When Lennon sings, 'If you're lonely you can talk to me!' it soothes your heart, like you've finally found something to believe in. It's so raw and real. It is 100% timeless Rock and Roll...
From one generation to the next, The Beatles will remain the most important rock band of all time.
Just ask Violet."
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