Artist: Ringo Starr
Label: Apple Records
Year: 1973
Genre: Beatles
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Title Artist Length
I'm the Greatest Ringo Starr 0:00::Ringo Starr
Have You Seen My Baby (Hold On) Ringo Starr 0:00::Ringo Starr
Photograph Ringo Starr 0:00::Ringo Starr
Sunshine Life for Me (Sail Away Raymond) Ringo Starr 0:00::Ringo Starr
You're Sixteen (You're Beautiful and You're Mine) Ringo Starr 0:00::Ringo Starr
Oh My My Ringo Starr 0:00::Ringo Starr
Step Lightly Ringo Starr 0:00::Ringo Starr
Six O'Clock Ringo Starr 0:00::Ringo Starr
Devil Woman Ringo Starr 0:00::Ringo Starr
You and Me (Babe) Ringo Starr 0:00::Ringo Starr


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Purchase Date: 26/12/2017
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Ringo is the third studio album by Ringo Starr, released in 1973 on Apple Records. It peaked at number 7 on the UK Albums Chart and number 2 on the Billboard 200, and has been certified platinum by the RIAA. In Canada, it reached number 1 on the RPM national albums chart. The album is noted for the appearance of all four Beatles, and for its numerous guest stars, something which would become a signature for Starr on many of his subsequent albums and tours. After releasing the standards tribute Sentimental Journey and the country and western Beaucoups of Blues, both in 1970, Starr issued two singles over 1971–72 – "It Don't Come Easy" and "Back Off Boogaloo"[2] – produced by and co-written with his former Beatles bandmate George Harrison.[3] While both of these singles were big successes and would ordinarily have inspired albums to support them, Starr declined to follow through, preferring to concentrate on acting during this period.[4] In early 1973, Starr decided the time was right to begin his first rock solo album. Having already used Richard Perry to arrange one of the tracks on Sentimental Journey, Starr asked Perry to produce the sessions.[5]