Tomorrow Tomorrow (Bee Gees song)

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"Tomorrow Tomorrow"
Single by Bee Gees
B-side "Sun In My Morning"
Released May 1969[1]
Format Vinyl record 45RPM
Recorded 19–21 March 1969
IBC Studios, London[2]
Genre Progressive rock, folk rock
Length 4:05
Label UK: Polydor 56381, US/CA: Atco 45-6682
Writer(s) Barry & Maurice Gibb
Producer(s) Robert Stigwood, Bee Gees
Bee Gees singles chronology
"First of May"
"Tomorrow Tomorrow"
"Don't Forget to Remember"
Music sample
Alternative cover
Scandinavia picture sleeve

"Tomorrow Tomorrow" is a song by the Bee Gees and was originally intended for singer Joe Cocker.[3] It is the first Bee Gees single released after Robin Gibb had quit the group which was now down to a trio featuring Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb, and Colin Petersen on drums. Released in the United States on 1 June 1969, the single charted only reached No. 54 on Billboard, but cracked the Top 40 on Cashbox, reaching No. 32. The B-Side is the notably acclaimed, Sun in My Morning, an often mentioned song citing its melodic haunting harmonies and guitar work. This song was recorded in 19 and 21 March in that year, its B-side "Sun In My Morning" and the unreleased song "Ping Pong" was finished to record in 19 March. Its promotional video for this song is very rare; they are in a park with Barry and Maurice playing guitar and Colin playing the drums.

Since both songs did not appear on the next Bee Gees' album Cucumber Castle, no stereo mixes were produced until 1990 when they appear on the Bee Gees box set Tales from the Brothers Gibb. And on that album heard at Barry says (1,2,3,4) before the song was started.

Chart performance[edit]

Chart Peak position
Australia 28
Austria 7
Belgium 9
Brazil 4
Canada 19
China 6
Denmark 1
Germany 6
Italy 24
Netherlands 3
New Zealand 3
South Africa 9
Spain 12
United Kingdom 23
United States (Billboard) 54
United States (Cashbox) 32



  1. ^ Spicks & Specks: Bee Gees Singles Discography
  2. ^ Joe Brennan: Gibb Songs 1969
  3. ^ Joe Brennan: Gibb Songs 1969

External link[edit]

Promotional video