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Ringo Starr - Ringo Starr Tracks FLAC album

Performer: Ringo Starr
Genre: Rock
Title: Ringo Starr Tracks
Released: 2003
FLAC version ZIP size: 1402 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1420 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1235 mb
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Ringo is the third studio album by Ringo Starr, released in 1973 on Apple Records. It peaked at No. 7 on the UK Albums Chart and No. 2 on the Billboard 200, and has been certified platinum by the RIAA. In Canada, it reached No. 1 on the RPM national albums chart.

Extended Versions (Ringo Starr album). Extended Versions is a live album by Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band released by BMG on 1 April 2003. The album features the tracks from the All-Starr Band's 2001 tour. Yellow Submarine" (Lennon–McCartney) – 2:57.

Listen to music from Ringo Starr like Photograph, It Don't Come Easy & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Ringo Starr. Sir Richard Starkey, MBE (born 7 July 1940 in Liverpool, England), known by his stage name Ringo Starr, is an English musician, singer, songwriter and actor, best known as the drummer of The Beatles.

Ringo Starr enjoyed success as a solo artist in the 1970’s. He has continued to release records every couple of years that offer fans a nice collection of songs that we should never take for granted. Any new album by a former Beatle in the year 2017 is a gift. This list takes a look some of the best Ringo Starr songs the ex-Beatle ever released. Of course its subjective. 10 – I’m The Greatest. The great Ringo Starr track Photograph, was released on his spectacular Ringo album in 1973. The song Photograph, has become Ringo Starr’s signature song form his solo years. From a commercial standpoint, the song was also a huge success as it reached the number one spot on both the United States Billboard Hot 100 and Cash Box top 100 charts in 1973.

Engineer – Mike O'Reilly, Steve Brandon, Tom Heid. Engineer – Dennis King. Guitar – Jeff Mironov (tracks: 1 to 6, 8), John Tropea (tracks: 1 to 6, 8). Harmonica – Don Brooks. Keyboards – Don Grolnick (tracks: 1 to 6, 8). Lead Guitar – David Spinozza (tracks: 1 to 6, 8). Lead Vocals – Ringo Starr. Photography – Nancy Andrews. Photography – Lew Hahn.

With Ringo, Ringo Starr finally put his solo career in gear in 1973, after serving notice with back-to-back Top Ten singles in 1971 and 1972 that he had more to offer than his eccentric first two solo albums. Ringo was a big-budget pop album produced by Richard Perry and featuring Ringo's former Beatles bandmates as songwriters, singers, and instrumentalists. On no single track did all four appear, though George Harrison played the guitars on the John Lennon-penned leadoff track "I'm the Greatest," with Lennon playing piano and singing harmony. The original ten-track 1973 album got even better in 1991 as a 13-track CD reissue, the bonus tracks including the 1971 gold single "It Don't Come Easy" and its B-side, "Early 1970," a telling depiction of Ringo's perspective on the Beatles breakup.

Ringo Starr was a member of one of the greatest rock bands of all time. This Ringo Starr discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Ringo Starr albums can be found at the top of the list. Tracks: What Goes Around, Weight of the World, After All These Years, Golden Blunders, Runaways, All in the Name of Love, I Don't Believe You, Don't Go Where the Road Don't Go, Don't Know a Thing About Love, In a Heartbeat. Length (mins): 00:40:06.

He co-wrote its 12 original tracks, recording them in the UK and California, and the title track became the first in a series of autobiographical songs. That summer, he toured with his 10th All Starr Band - Gregg Bissonette, Colin Hay, Billy Squier, Hamish Stuart, Edgar Winter, and Gary Wright, across the . Their duet and the album’s stunning first single, Walk With You, served as a moving tribute to the power of friendship. Ben Harper also sang on the album, his band supporting Ringo on a promotional tour for the release

Classic 1973 solo album with 3 bonus tracks, featuring all other Beatles members, John, Paul & George. Ringo Starr's various late-career All Star bands may have been somewhat shaggy, nostalgia-laden affairs, but they found a warm reception with audiences far and wide. But Ringo also proved that Starr himself was no slouch in the hit-making department, cowriting the hits "Photograph" (with Harrison) and "Oh My My," while making the Johnny Burnette chestnut "Only Sixteen" all his own. - -Jerry McCulley.

Extended Versions is a live album by Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band released by BMG on 1 April 2003.


1 You're Sixteen (You're Beautiful, And You're Mine)
2 I'm The Greatest
3 Have You Seen My Baby
4 Photograph
5 Sunshine Life For Me (Sail Away Raymond)
6 Oh My My (Alternate Version)
7 Six O'Clock
8 Step Lightly
9 Devil Woman
10 Down And Out
11 You And Me (Babe)
12 I'm The Greatest
13 Six O'Clock
14 I'm The Greatest (Final L.A. Mix)
15 Have You Seen My Baby (Final L.A. Mix)
16 Six O'Clock (Final L.A. Mix)
17 You're Sixteen (You're Beautiful, And You're Mine) (Final L.A. Mix)
18 Oh My My (Final L.A. Mix)
19 Ringo And Brian Matthews