Postcards From Paradise, 2015. Rory and the Hurricanes, 04:09. You Bring the Party Down, 03:41. Postcards From Paradise, 05:18. Right Side of the Road, 03:12. Not Looking Back, 03:49.
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Ringo’s latest album, Postcards from Paradise, proves this point: it’s Starr’s 18th studio album, his first since 2012’s Ringo 2012. Compared to Ringo 2012, Postcards from Paradise is an improvement as the album is longer and doesn’t feel rushed (Ringo 2012 was less than half an hour). Still, the album is certainly not an instant classic. Overall, Postcards from Paradise is a fun album from Ringo Starr. When it comes to Ringo’s solo career, his work has always paled in contrast to the albums John, Paul and George have released. In terms of consistency, I’d say this is probably Ringo’s most solid album since 2008’s Liverpool 8. Whether you’re a Beatles and/or Ringo fan, you’ll enjoy this album. 2 people found this helpful.
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Band Name Ringo Starr. Album Name Postcards from Paradise. Data de aparición 31 Marzo 2015. Labels Universal Music Group. Estilo MusicalPop Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum0. 1. Rory and the Hurricanes. 2. You Bring the Party Down. 4. Postcards from Paradise. 5. Right Side of the Road.
His 18th studio album, Postcards From Paradise (Universal Music Enterprises), features songs and performances from Steve Lukather, Todd Rundgren, Gregg Rolie, Richard Page, Warren Ham and Gregg Bissonette; Joe Walsh and Peter Frampton are among the guest artists. The album opened at No. 99 on the current Billboard 20. I’m still old school, says Starr, 74, whose solo career started in 1970. I like to hang out with musicians and write songs, play them and put out records. Ringo Starr's Top 10 Billboard Hits. How did hanging out with these musicians lead to the writing of new songs? Since the first All-Starr Band in 1989, I wanted us all to sit around and write and record songs. I tried with every band and it never worked until now. I have kept it together for three years because, as personalities, we get on so well.
Paul McCartney creates a splash whenever he releases a new album, but Ringo Starr stays a bit on the sidelines, cranking out records and tours to a smaller, dedicated audience. Starr is under no delusion that he might suddenly have a Top 10 smash: he's happy to be a working musician, which is all he ever wanted to be. After all, he was a working musician before he was a Beatle, a beginning he celebrates on "Rory & the Hurricanes," the opening track of Postcards from Paradise, his 18th studio solo album.