Thank you so much DKPete for appreciating me and my info and what I'm trying to do. As far as Tomorrow Never Knows,yeah there is a heavy drum and heavy guitar/bass sound/playing. John always said that his 1965 Ticket To Ride was one of the first heavy metal songs because it had heavy guitars & drumming in it but especially the guitars and Paul played the great main lead on it and he suggested Ringo's drumming style on it too.Paul also played the great lead guitar on his Another Girl and he played the great lead guitar and bass on George's Taxman too.
But many people have called Helter Skelter and even I Want You and John's Revolution as the first true heavy metal songs,not for nothing does Ozzy Osbourne call The Beatles The Greatest Band To Ever Walk The Earth,and he's been a huge fan since he was a teenager. He chose She Loves You as one of his favorite songs for Rolling Stone a few years ago.
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