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RINGO STARR - Photograph: The Very Best Of Ringo (2007)

When the Beatles broke up in 1970, it was assumed that John, Paul, and George would have successful solo careers. John's first solo album of popular music was released in 1969. McCartney's album was released the month that the Beatles broke up in April 1970. Harrison's album, Wonderwall Music, was released in 1968. It was uncertain if Ringo Starr would be successful as a solo artist. No one would question his drumming capabilities, or his acting abilities, but as a songwriter and vocalist, he was different than the other Beatles. First, his voice was much more of a baritone and didn't fit the pop mold. Second, he didn't write many songs as a Beatle. Sure he penned lines here and there. It has been said that he wrote the line "writing the words of a sermon that no one will hear" as well as "darning his socks" from the song Eleanor Rigby, but this does not constitute a classic like "Here Comes the Sun." Most of the songs that Starr did while in the Beatles were Lennon/McCartney songs that were written especially for his vocal range. Flash-forward over 35 years and not only did Ringo Starr have a solo career, but also one that has a best-of album with 20 songs. Even a couple of number one hits. In fact, with the release of his 1973 album Ringo, Starr was the most successful ex-Beatle at the time. "Photograph: The Very Best Of Ringo" is that best of album. HERE

TRACKS:
01. Photograph 02. It Don't Come Easy 03. You're Sixteen 04. Back Off Boogaloo 05. I'm The Greatest 06. Oh, My My 07. Only You (And You Alone) 08. Beaucoup Of Blues 09. Early 1970 10. Snookeroo 11. No-No Song 12. Good Night Vienna 13. Hey Baby 14. A Dose Of Rock 'N' Roll 15. Weight Of The World 16. King Of Broken Hearts 17. Never Without You 18. Act Naturally with Buck Owens 19. Wrack My Brain 20. Fading In And Fading Out

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