11 Songs, 34 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Apple Digital Master

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

santana5 ,

Starr is still solo, but not alone.

I didn't give this album much play when it first came out as there were so many Beatles products being released by the Fab Four as solo acts or in repackaged collections of Beatle recordings. But now as I reexamine their solo works of the mid 70's I find every one to be strong efforts worthy of repeated play. Rotogravure starts off with a rocking Dose of Rock 'n' Roll followed by radio hit Hey Baby. Ringo cowrites a couple of tunes and Lennon and McCartney appear separately on two songs. Ringo also sings a neat Harrison love song. This album is similar to Goodnight Vienna in quality and format.

Duh Duke ,

Gotta love Ringo!

Typical Ringo - fun, upbeat and always with a twinkle in the eye. Ringo may not have been the songwriter of The Beatles (though he did pen a couple of classics himself), but he certainly was the heart. And the smile. You ain’t gotta love the Beatles to love Ringo, but if you do love the Beatles, it’s very hard not to love Ringo. Every Beatle was integral to that legendary band, and Ringo was no exception. A really great album, IMO.

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