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Ringo Starr is back, but not better in ‘2012
« on: January 24, 2012, 01:09:36 AM »

The Washington Post Lifesyle
January 23, 2012
Ringo Starr is back, but not better in ‘2012

Back in 1973, beloved ex-Beatle drummer Ringo Starr released “Ringo,” which featured appearances from all of his former bandmates and several members of his eventual All-Starr band, and which remains the signal work of his solo career.From its title down, “Ringo 2012” is meant to induce nostalgia for “Ringo” and for Ringo, a musician of limited range and endless charm who doesn’t have to do much except show up, pound the skins a little and wink knowingly at his audience, which is pretty much what happens. Despite the throwback album title, you can guess which era Starr is really nostalgic for, and it’s not the early 70s.

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