Ringo Starr Ringo The 4th (1977)

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Name:Ringo Starr Ringo The 4th (1977)

Total Size: 31.49 MB

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Torrent added: 2008-07-30 21:35:24

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00. Ringo Starr - Ringo The 4th.nfo (Size: 31.49 MB) (Files: 13)

 00. Ringo Starr - Ringo The 4th.nfo

4.31 KB

 00. Ringo Starr - Ringo The 4th.sfv

0.42 KB

 01 - Drowning In The Sea Of Love.mp3

4.83 MB

 02 - Tango All Night.mp3

2.76 MB

 03 - Wings.mp3

3.21 MB

 04 - Gave It All Up.mp3

4.37 MB

 06 - Can She Do It Like She Dances.mp3

3.01 MB

 07 - Sneaking Sally Through The Alley.mp3

3.98 MB

 08 - It's No Secret.mp3

3.40 MB

 09 - Gypsies In Flight.mp3

2.91 MB

 10 - Simple Love Song.mp3

2.77 MB


123.79 KB


131.42 KB

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Ringo Starr - Ringo The 4th

Artist...............: Ringo Starr
Album................: Ringo The 4th
Genre................: Rock
Source...............: NMR
Year.................: 1977
Ripper...............: NMR
Codec................: LAME 3.92
Version..............: MPEG 1 Layer III
Quality..............: CBR 128, (avg. bitrate: 128kbps)
Channels.............: Stereo / 44100 hz
Tags.................: ID3 v1.1, ID3 v2.3


1. (00:05:12) Ringo Starr - Drowning In The Sea Of Love
2. (00:02:57) Ringo Starr - Tango All Night
3. (00:03:26) Ringo Starr - Wings
4. (00:04:42) Ringo Starr - Gave It All Up
5. (00:03:13) Ringo Starr - Can She Do It Like She Dances
6. (00:04:16) Ringo Starr - Sneaking Sally Through The Alley
7. (00:03:38) Ringo Starr - It's No Secret
8. (00:03:06) Ringo Starr - Gypsies In Flight
9. (00:02:57) Ringo Starr - Simple Love Song

Playing Time.........: 00:33:26
Total Size...........: 31.23 MB

NFO generated on.....: 7/30/2008 8:12:00 AM

Ringo The 4th is an album by Ringo Starr and was released in 1977.
Commonly regarded as his least popular album (and perhaps the
least-favored solo Beatles release), Ringo The 4th caught Starr at the nadir
of his recording career.

After the commercial failure of Ringo's Rotogravure (1976), Starr decided to
shift his formula of using his well-known musician friends (notably his fellow
ex-Beatles) to write songs and appear on his albums. Instead, he intensified
his partnership with Vini Poncia, with whom he wrote several of the songs
featured here, while using the input of different musicians. David Foster
played keyboards on a couple of songs, while Melissa Manchester and Bette
Midler occasionally appeared on backing vocals. By reducing the input of his
usual celebrity friends, the limelight is aimed more squarely on Starr - and the
results are far from satisfying.

Producer Arif Mardin places Starr in a slick dance-oriented context, but it is
not enough to save what are fairly mediocre songs sung by Starr, who
sounds clearly inebriated throughout much of the album. Even its campy front
cover is a sign that Starr was no longer putting much effort into his musical
career.[citation needed] Why did the album did so poorly? Journalist Peter
Palmiere states in his front cover story on Starr for DISCoveries magazine in
January 2003 that "The music critics and the record buying public took the
album as a joke for Ringo's voice was not suitable for the disco flavored music
on Ringo the 4th". Palmiere went on to claim that Ringo the 4th destroyed
Starr's career and that he never commercially recovered from it. Ringo The
4th - in fact, his sixth studio album, but so named because he considered
"Ringo" (1973) to be his first proper album - was a dismal failure upon its
September release, both commercially and critically. Never touching the UK
charts, Ringo The 4th limped to a paltry #162 in the US, before expiring.
Shortly thereafter, Atlantic Records promptly dropped Starr from their roster.
In the UK, Polydor fulfilled its three-album contractual requirement by
following up Ringo the 4th with a children's album, Scouse the Mouse which
featured Ringo, in the lead role, performing the lion's share of the material.

Of the 45's pulled from Ringo The Fourth, "Wings" and "Drowning In The Sea
Of Love", neither charted (in the USA). However, both featured what is now
probably one of Starr's most sought after rarities on the flip side: "Just A
Dream". The US stock copy of "Drowning In The Sea Of Love" is ultra rare
and copies in any condition tend to fetch a hefty sum amongst collectors. In
foreign countries, other songs were released as singles: "Sneaking Sally
Through The Alley / Tango All Night" (Australia) and "Tango All Night / It's No
Secret" (Argentina).

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