Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by abbeyrdsteve, Oct 13, 2015.
Great to see someone still doing what he loves full speed ahead at 75.
This is great news, thanks for posting. I was impressed with a few of the songs on the Postcards album, and would be more than happy to get something similar. I would be especially pleased if he 'rocked' a bit more on this album.
Having recently had a chance to get a good look at him, he definitely doesn't look his age.
I never would have imagined Ringo would be cranking albums out left and right at this point in the game. Excellent!
I am in.
Hopefully the next album will have a few more songs like 'You Bring The Party Down'.
I have been listening to Photograph a lot lately. Ritchie has had an underrated career. He has had a nice post Anthology run.
Regardless of the quality of his recent records and the fact that we haven't seen his eyes since 1987, he's a tremendous argument for getting sober by 50.
Does anybody know what is the "Ringo: Unchained" album? It's listed in wikipedia's Ringo Starr discography page.
Released: 17 February 2016
Label: Helander Records[nb 2]
Format: CD, DL[nb 3]
Ringo Starr discography - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia »
I don't see it listed your link ?
As long the 2 remaining fabs are recording, I'm happily buying...
Good news. I enjoyed his latest "Postcards From Paradise" like I do with most of his releases. Back in the 80s I thought he'd retired from making new records and then came "Time Takes Time" in 1992. Since "Vertical Man" (1998) his been on a steady creative roll and I hold "Ringo Rama" (2003) as a highlight followed by "Liverpool 8" in 2008. I don't think he has the 'magic touch' (sometimes, "It Don't Come Easy", "Octopus's Garden"... on songwriting like the other three ex-beatle, he's a drummer first, a singer and performer, but I always find songs and music to enjoy. Great musicians. I was hooked on "Rory and the Hurricanes" the opening track on "Postcards From Paradise" when it came out last year. I thought it was so catchy. Up there with his best.
He should do an entire record with Ben Harper. He won't, but he should!
I wish he could do something a bit more experimental and just go wild on drums and stuff for once. It could have been fun. Less pop/rock songs and more spacey adventures.
Spooky Weirdness extended remix anyone?
It was in the section Other Albums. Now it's deleted. Very strange
Yeah, usually Ringo albums are at least released (if only for a short while) before they're deleted!
I found this spoof movie poster that parodies the Tarantino movie. It'd dated 2013. The wikipedia entry is probably just someone joking.
So it's solves the puzzles. Sumbody put this into wikipedia. Maybe joking, maybe seriously. And moderators removed this stuff
yeah. many of the CD-releases are hard to find now.
And if you're 30yo...just keep on drinking! 20 years of stupourndess bliss
Way too hard - I guess licencing across his varied record companies must be a nightmare or someone would have re-released a bunch by now.
New interview that mentions work on the upcoming album:
Ringo Starr Remembers George Martin, Teases New Music »
Ringo Starr Shares New Song, Video For International Day of Peace: Watch »
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