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15 Jahre 6 Monate her #15051 von raskolnikov
ringo wurde erstellt von raskolnikov
hoi boardies,

ringo starr: ringo rama-2003

Koch
tracks:
1. Eye To Eye
2. Missouri Loves Company
3. Instant Amnesia - (featuring David Gilmour)
4. Memphis In Your Mind
5. Never Without You - (featuring Eric Clapton)
6. Imagine Me There - (featuring Charlie Haden)
7. I Think, Therefore I Rock 'N' Roll - (featuring David Gilmour)
8. Trippin On My Own Tears - (featuring Shawn Colvin)
9. Write One For Me - (featuring Willie Nelson)
10. What Love Wants To Be
11. Love First
12. Elizabeth Reigns (featuring Van Dyke Parks)
13. English Garden

fazit rasko: typische ringo platte - genug gesagt 8) 8) 8)

mfg
raskolnikov aka dirk :wink:

Noise annoys, music can be amusing and silence is a rhythm too
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13 Jahre 3 Monate her #17590 von drsnm
drsnm antwortete auf ringo
Der gute Ringo wird ja noch richtig arbeitswütig... schon nach 2 Jahren das nächste Album:

Ringo Starr - Choose Love



Amazon.com
Don't expect a major artistic statement, but if you're one of the many who enjoy Ringo Starr's brand of bouncy, good-natured, All-Starr band pop, Choose Love won't disappoint. Granted, the songs (true to the title, mostly about love) break no new ground, lyrically or musically, but Ringo's in exceptionally good voice throughout and Mark Hudson's production--a mix of Magical Mystery Tour-era Beatles, a good helping of Traveling Wilburys, and a bit of rockabilly--is well suited to the tracks. High points are the shuffle of "Give Me Back the Beat"; the 12-string jangle of "I Do"; the circus psychedelia of the Chrissie Hynde duet, "Don't Hang Up"; and the entirely sincere "Oh My Lord," which, featuring Billy Preston on organ, Robert Randolph on wailing steel, and the Rose Stone Gospel Choir, is a page right out of the Quiet Beatle's songbook (in fact, Ringo considers it his "My Sweet Lord" and played Olivia Harrison an early demo because he felt "George would have loved it"). The Beatles aesthetic is all over Choose Love, and, with a few exceptions ("The Long and Winding Road is more than a song / Tomorrow Never Knows What Goes On"), it's all for the best. Ringo fans will be delighted and listeners to oldies stations may have a new item for their wish lists.

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