Category: ringo starr

Beatles, Terri Hemmert, July 7, 2019.  Download  

Ringo Start turns 79

Beatles, Andre Gardner, July 7, 2019.  Download  

Ringo Starr turns 79

Beatle Brunch, Joe Johnson, July 6, 2019.  Download  

Ringo Starr turns 79

Beatles, Les Perrry, July 6, 2019.  Download  

Ringo Starr turns 79

Beatles, Dennis Mitchell, July 6, 2019.  Download  

Ringo Starr turns 79.

Beatlesongs, Rob Leonard, July 5, 2019.  Download  

Ringo Starr turns 79.

Beatles, Ken Michaels, July 3, 2019.  Download  

Ringo Starr turns 79.


Things We Said Today #295 – Ringo’s Sentimental Journey


This week, Ken Michaels, Allan Kozinn and Darren DeVivo revisit Ringo Starr’s debut solo album, the Standards collection Sentimental Journey.

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Beatles With Records – Part Twenty Seven

Well, it’s been quite a while since we had a Beatles With Records post. In between time quite a number of new photographs have been found and submitted by keen Beatles Blog readers – especially Billy Shears, Lammert, and Andrey.

It’s going to be a reasonably big one. So, where to begin? Probably roughly chronologically would be best, starting with Dick Rowe, the Decca A&R man credited (wrongly as…

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Digging For Some Beatle LPs

A recent post featured some Apple and Beatle-related 45 singles found on a recent crate digging trip to Melbourne. Here are the LPs found during that same trip.

In the early 1980s in Australia and New Zealand the Polydor label issued a series called Rock Legends. Included were a range of artists as diverse as Jimi Hendrix, The Easybeats, The Velvet Underground, Maggie Bell, The Allman Brothers,…

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