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1. Ringo Starr’s Ringo 2012 album

The former Beatle returns to the studio for his 17th solo effort; Dave Stewart of Eurythmics and Van Dyke Parks provide support on the album. Starr describes the album, titled Ringo 2012 as “me doing what I do here and now, and nobody’s more qualified to do that than I am!” In addition to renditions of earlier songs (“Wings” and “Step Lightly”), Ringo covers the Buddy Holly favorite “Think It Over” and the Lonnie Donegan hit “Rock Island Line.”

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Filed Under: Asha Leo
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