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ringo starr - Animated

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Albums - Released Publisher Rating

- 5.1: The Surround Sound Collection 2008 Koch
- Liverpool 8 2008 Toshiba EMI
- Photograph: The Very Best of Ringo Starr 2007 Capitol
- Photograph: The Very Best of Ringo Starr [Bonus DVD] 2007 Capitol/Apple/EMI
- Live at Soundstage 2007 Koch
- Live at Soundstage [Deluxe] 2009 Koch
- Choose Love 2005 CNR
- Choose Love [DualDisc] 2005 CNR
- Ringorama 2003 Koch
- Ringorama [Bonus Tracks/DVD] 2003 Koch
- King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents Ringo Starr 2002 Win Media Corp
- Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band: The Anthology 2001 King Biscuit Flower Hour
- Anthology...So Far 2001 Foreign
- Anthology...So Far [Deluxe Edition] 2004 Retro
- I Wanna Be Santa Claus 1999 Mercury
- VH1 Storytellers 1998 Polygram
- Vertical Man 1998 Mercury
- Vertical Man [Japan] 1998 Mercury
- Time Takes Time 1992 Private Music
- All-Starr Band 1990 Rykodisc
- Starr Struck: Best of Ringo Starr, Vol. 2 1989 Rhino
- Old Wave 1983 The Right Stuff
- Stop and Smell the Roses 1981 The Right Stuff
- Bad Boy 1978 Portrait
- Ringo the 4th 1977 Atlantic
- Ringo's Rotogravure 1976 Atlantic
- Blast from Your Past 1975 Capitol
- Goodnight Vienna 1974 Capitol
- Ringo 1973 Capitol
- Beaucoups of Blues 1970 Capitol
- Sentimental Journey 1970 Capitol


Liverpool 8: Released: January 15, 2008 Styles: Pop/RockFor a Beatle, Ringo Starr has had a relatively quiet latter-day solo career. After sal****g his tattered reputation in 1992 with Time Takes Time -- his first album in nearly a decade and his first in nearly 20 years to serve his legend well -- Starr settled into touring regularly with his ever-changing All-Starr Band, do****enting almost every tour with a live album, then turning out a new studio album every three or four years. After Time Takes Time, all these albums were recorded in collaboration with Mark Hudson, best known as one of '70s popsters the Hudson Brothers but also an L.A. session man who slowly became Ringo's right-hand man. Starr's albums with Hudson never grabbed much attention outside the Beatles **** -- unlike Time Takes Time, they were rarely studded with stars and once he decamped from the majors to the indie Koch in 2003, they never received much of a marketing push, either, so they played solely to the ****ed, who were always satisfied by the happily Beatlesque music Starr made with Hudson. This collaboration continued into 2007 as the duo embarked on what would become the Liverpool 8 album, but they had a falling out in the final stages of recording, with former Eurythmic David A. Stewart brought in at the last minute to polish up the album and collaborate on its title song. Stewart helps give Liverpool 8 the gloss the album needs as it's not only Ringo's first major-label album in five years, it's his homecoming to Capitol Records, the label that released the Beatles albums and Starr's first, best solo albums (highlights from which dominated the 2007 hits comp Photograph, released a matter of months before Liverpool 8).

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