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Ringo Starr & All Star Band Tour 2003

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catalog number: DVD61725

weight in Kg 0,110

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Ringo Starr & All Star Band: Tour 2003

(2004/WARNER) PAL, Code 2/3/4/5/6, Color, 5.1 Surround, 109 Mins.


Ringo Starr & All Star Band - Tour 2003 Medium 1
1: It Don't Come Easy  
2: Honey Don't  
3: Memphis In Your Mind  
4: How Long  
5: Down Under  
6: When I See You Smile  
7: Love Bizarre  
8: I Wanna Be Your Man  
9: Yellow Submarine  
10: Living Years  
11: Who Can It Be Now  
12: Msiing You  
13: Glamorous Life  
14: Don't Pass Me By  
15: Boys  
16: With A Little Help From My Friends  


Artikeleigenschaften von Ringo Starr & All Star Band: Tour 2003

  • Interpret: Ringo Starr & All Star Band

  • Albumtitel: Tour 2003

  • Format DVD
  • Genre Rock

  • DVD-Genre Musik & Konzerte
  • DVD-SubGenre Rock
  • Title Tour 2003
  • Release date 2004
  • Label WARNER

  • SubGenre Rock - General

  • EAN: 0825646172528

  • weight in Kg 0.110

Artist description "Starr, Ringo"

Ringo Starr

Despite predictions that he would suffer most from the break-up of the Beatles in 1970, Ringo has success-fully developed his cheerful, popular persona acquired in the group's seven years of stardom. Sentimental Journey (Apple, 1970) and Beaucoups Of Blues (1970) were pleasant collec-tions of childhood favourites and country standards respec-tively. Both reached the American album charts and Senti-mental Journey entered the British Top Ten.

Next, Ringo established himself as a major singles artist with a series of his own songs, including 'It Don't Come Easy' (1971 — his declaration of independence from the Beatle image), 'Back Off Boogaloo' (1972) and 'Photograph' (1973 — co-written with George Harrison). The Ringo album included the gold record 'You're Sixteen' and involved Nils-son, Marc Bolan, Martha Reeves and members of The Band as session musicians. Ringo was produced by Richard Perry, as was Goodnight Vienna (1974), which provided further hit singles with 'Only You' and the title track.

His film career developed from cameo roles in Candy (1967) and The Magic Christian (1970) to a much-acclaimed starring role in That'll Be The Day (1973) and a less satisfactory directorial debut in the Bolan documentary Born To Boogie.

He also achieved brief fame as a furniture designer.

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