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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Nearly all the solo Ringo Starr you will ever need

    I loved this album when I first got it when it was a new LP and on CD it only got better, with the inclusion of "It Don't Come Easy", and two single b-sides "Down and Out" and "Early 1970". The 'Ringo' album is as close as it ever came to a Beatles reunion on record (that is, when all four were still alive). While no track has all four members on it ("I'm the Greatest" does have Ringo, John and George), because of their participation, much of 'Ringo' has what would be a 'Beatles '73' sound ("Photograph" and "You and Me (Babe)" with Harrison guitars and background vocals, "Six O'Clock" with an obviously present McCartney arrangement and vocal harmony, "I'm the Greatest" with witty, biting Lennon lyrics, plus his vocal backup). Add to the all-ex Beatles quotient, musical help from most of The Band, Dave Bromberg, Billy Preston and Marc Bolan (of T-Rex) and Ringo has one helluva album to show for it. Even more so than George Harrison's 'All Things Must Pass', the prospect of hearing Ringo sing every song must've been a little odd since fans were used to hearing him sing only once an album on the average (whereas with George you got him twice, sometimes more). But the songs on 'Ringo' are great, done well and it's his finest moment of his post-Beatles years.

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