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Ringo Starr: Blast From Your Past (Capitol)

Review by Gene Sculatti, Creem, March 1976

IT'S HARD TO figure our just what constitutes the biggest detriment to a healthy music scene these days; the dearth of flesh & blood artists ...

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The Beatles: It's Open Warfare

Report by Alan Smith, NME, March 1971

Why Beatles ended in a sordid mudbath.It isn't coincidence that these solo singles have just been released, says Alan Smith ...

George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Ravi Shankar et al: Concert for Bangla Desh, Madison Square Garden, New York NY

Live Review by Nancy Lewis, NME, August 1971

GEORGE CREATES GREATEST ROCK SPECTACLE OF DECADE ...

Ringo Starr on Born to Boogie

Interview by Andrew Tyler, Disc and Music Echo, December 1972

"BOLAN STRUTS, man, and I like that about him a lot. A lot of people, when they first meet him, can be put off because ...

Ringo Starr: Ringo

Review by Alan Betrock, Phonograph Record, 1973

IT's DEFINITELY worth having, that's for sure, but the main problem with Ringo is that it's uneven. The Beatles rarely, if ever, made an uneven ...

Paul McCartney: Band On The Run/Ringo Starr: Ringo

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, NME, January 1974

RINGO STARR is a wonderful person. His new album proves it. ...

Ringo Starr: Goodnight Vienna

Review by Bob Woffinden, NME, November 1974

ONE GOOD album deserves another, they say — but that's as maybe. What we have here is John Lennon's maxim of "never change a winning ...

Ringo Waltzes Through Goodnight Vienna

Profile and Interview by Michael Gross, Circus, March 1975

His first solo album jolted those who had forgotten the placid Beatle with its astounding success, but Ringo's veteran producer likes his new platter even ...

Ringo Starr: Everyone One Of Us Has All We Need…

Interview by Bob Woffinden, NME, April 1975

SOMETIMES your friendly neighbourhood interviewer is allowed to conduct his interview in a small room with only the interviewee and a tape, recorder for company. ...

Ringo Starr: A Starr is Bored

Report and Interview by Philip Norman, Sunday Times, 1976

RINGO STARR was to be viewed ceremonially last week, in Paris. He and his courtiers were accommodated at the George V hotel, where Salade Belle ...

Ringo Starr: Blast From Your Past

Review by Bob Woffinden, NME, January 1976

THE REASONS WHY Ringo has chosen this moment to release a Greatest Hits album are perhaps two-fold: ...

Ringo Starr: Secrets Of The Stars

Interview by Richard Cromelin, Creem, October 1976

"I DO PLAY THE DRUMS!" claims ex-Fab Four ex-mop top in an Exclusive Interview with ace CREEM reporter Richard Cromelin. ...

Ringo Starr: Rotogravure

Review by Bob Woffinden, NME, November 1976

RY COODER isn't the only person using a Mariachi band at the moment. ...

Richard Perry

Book Excerpt by John Tobler, Stuart Grundy, 'The Record Producers', BBC Books, 1982

IF ANY PRODUCER could be said to have an instantly identifiable sound, aside from the obvious case of Phil Spector, it would be Richard Perry. ...

Ringo Starr: Starr Dust

Comment by Tim Riley, Boston Phoenix, The, August 1989

Does Ringo have too many friends? ...

Ringo Starr

Interview by Robert Sandall, Q, January 1991

"LAST YEAR," says the man with more rings in his ears than on his fingers, "I was sittin' round wondering what I was gonna do ...

Who The Hell Does RINGO STARR Think He Is?

Interview by Tom Hibbert, Q, June 1992

He was The Lovable One who cracked his daft mop-top jokes for The Queen. The Fab With The Big Nose who you could take home ...

Ringo Starr

Interview by Hank Bordowitz, Special Reports, Summer 1992

EVERY NOW AND then you get a call from an old dear friend, someone who has been lurking around at the edges of your consciousness ...

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