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  • Official Ringo Starr Six O'Clock lyrics at CD Universe. Everytime I see you walkin' down the street, I say, you're the kind of woman I just gotta meet. 4 Down And Out Lyrics 5 Sunshine Life For Me Lyrics 6 You're Sixteen You're Beautiful Lyrics › Vinyl LP Record.
  • This is a high quality - Made in France - re-issue that was long overdue as a vinyl release. Graphics are clear and vinyl pressing is great. Is it too picky of me, then, to deduct a star - when comparing my original issue - in that the paper stock used for the re-issue, especially for the inserted booklet, lacks the hefty thickness and texture of the original?/5(29).
  • Buy Ringo (LP) by Ringo Starr (LP $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  • Ringo, an Album by Ringo Starr. Released in on EMI (catalog no. CDP 7 2; CD). Genres: Pop Rock.
  • Six O’Clock Devil Woman You And Me (Babe) Ringo Starr’s third studio album was released in on Apple Records. Starr’s first two albums, Sentimental Journey and Beaucoups Of Blues, were both released in Although he scored subsequent hit singles with It Don’t Come Easy and Back Off Boogaloo, he chose to focus on acting.
  • In the aftermath of the great Beatles break up Ringo Starr admitted he felt like a fish out of water initially but his third LP, Ringo (), took him back to Abbey Road and across the sea to Sunset Sound and the Producer's Workshop where Richard Perry helped him hone a genuinely classy collection. This album is noted for the appearance of all four Beatles (though never in one room at the.
  • Oct 10,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Ringo Starr - Ringo at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Ringo Starr collection/5(K).
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  • Ringo kind of puts on a love fest of great musicians, and offers up a barrell of fun on vinyl. This is, as others have pointed out, as close as we ever got to a Beatles reunion. Indeed, back in "73", the very pressence of 3/4 of the band on a single song and all of them appearing on the same album, fueled large amounts of reunion speculation.