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Ringo to release new album in January with all-Starr cast

Published December 5, 2011 4:48 pm
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Ringo Starr's 17th solo studio record will be released on January 31.

Titled simply "Ringo 2012" and produced by Ringo, it was recorded in L.A. and mixed in England by Ringo and Bruce Sugar, and features 9 songs. Of the 9 tracks two are covers, "Think It Over," and "Rock Island Line," and two are new versions of his own songs, "Wings" and "Step Lightly." The track listing is as follows: 1. Anthem (Richard Starkey/Glen Ballard)2. Wings (Richard Starkey/Vince Poncia)3. Think It Over (Buddy Holly/Norman Perry)4. Samba (Richard Starkey/Van Dyke Parks)5. Rock Island Line (Arrangement by Richard Starkey)6. Step Lightly (Richard Starkey)7. Wonderful (Richard Starkey/Gary Nicholson)8. In Liverpool (Richard Starkey/Dave Stewart)9. Slow Down (Richard Starkey/Joe Walsh) Joining Ringo in the studio for Ringo 2012 were musicians (in alphabetical order): Michael Bradford, Ann Marie Calhoun, Matt Cartsonis, Steve Dudas, Charlie Haden, Amy Keys, Kelly Moneymaker, Richard Page, Van Dyke Parks, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Dave Stewart, Bruce Sugar, Benmont Tench, Joe Walsh , Don Was and Edgar Winter. Not bad, even if you are a Beatle.





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