Ringo Beaucoup of Blues


I just recently "re-discovered" this record, a WONDERFUL record and recording, great songs, beautiful sounds, stunning to me.  Might be I'm alone in thinking how wonderful this disc is, but even if there is only one other who has a curiosity and takes a listen and likes it, well then, I'm a happy human!  

Stay safe my Audiogon family!
Oh, and by the way: the musicians who played on Ringo's album made a couple of albums as a Group, naming themselves Area Code 615 (Nashville's ac).
Now that you mentioned it...

I found that album a couple of weeks ago, in my local shop. It was in the 3 for $10 bins. I'm quite fortunate to have a couple of shops walking distance with boxes of stuff long forgotten.

It's a great album. I always thought of Ringo as the singer of "Photograph", "It don't come easy" and the now creepy "You're 16" on FM radio. I always liked Ringo's  pop stuff.

bdp24 is the resident R&R musicologist, and always provides cool insight.

Not related, but along with this Ringo score, I found another artist that I've only read about-Don Nix. He wrote one of the most kick ass tunes-"Going Down" which Freddy King and Jeff Beck do justice to.

El Becko- dig the piano unexpected piano intro, which catches everyone by surprise
Definitely worth a listen his Ringo Starr / Ringo album is also a masterpeice with all the Beatles ,Marc Bolan ,Harry Nilsson,Levon Helm, Robbie Robertson ,Garth Hudson,Nicky Hopkins, Martha Reeves ,Merry Clayton -you get the picture.Great songs played immaculately,for me a great post Beatles album
@tablejockey: Don Nix is very cool. He's an Alabama boy, and a great songwriter. I have his album on Elektra Records, recorded in Muscle Shoals with The Swampers (whose members include the great drummer Roger Hawkins and bassist David Hood---his son Patterson is a member of The Drive-By-Truckers), along with Duck Dunn of Booker T & The MG's. Bobby Whitlock (Delaney & Bonnie, Derek & The Dominos) talks about Nix in one of his YouTube videos.

I've never listened to his solo stuff, assuming the worst but I wonder if maybe I've missed out on anything? I mean he was in the beatles.

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