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The title of this song has no questionmark, and if it has any point at all, it is to show that white men can play the blues too. Recorded live at De Montford Hall, Leicester, on June 14, 1971, it features some blistering axework. A studio version was also recorded but was not released until 1992.
The sheet music was published in the 1972 compilation Wishbone Ash, which also includes fourteen other songs. "Where Were You Tomorrow" is a group composition credited to Andrew Powell, Steven Upton, David Turner and Martin Turner, and is copyright 1971 by B. Feldman of London. (thanks, Alexander Baron - London, England, for above 2)
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