And while we are at it....here's the Ringo quiz that PC is referring to. Try not to peek over at Moondogs; some of the answers for this one are already posted there. So, good luck and good drumming:
1. Ringo is responsible for titling two Lennon-McCartney compositions. Name the tunes.
2. After Ringo recorded the vocal for "If You Think You've Got Troubles," the Beatles and George Martin decided not to release it. Instead, the Beatles recorded what alternative Ringo vocal and for which album?
3. In his post-Beatles studio recording career, Ringo has covered five Beatles songs. Name them.
4. We all know that Ringo didn't drum on "Love Me Do." For various reasons, there were other Beatle tunes that didn't feature Ringo on drums or percussion (among them, "Yesterday"). On Sgt. Pepper and The White Album, there are several songs from both albums combined that DIDN'T feature Ringo on drums or percussion. Name all songs, or as many as you can. (Even I blew a couple of these.)
5. Who said this about Ringo, and for what: "...although he probably can't remember, he did play on a good fifty or sixty percent of the album..."?
6. Ringo did a reluctant drum solo on Abbey Road -- on the "Carry that Weight/The End" medley. But after the Beatles broke up, drum solos weren't reluctant for Ringo. Name the six studio recordings and the years they were made in which there was a drum solo on a Ringo solo tune.
7. Who said this about Ringo: "Ringo, in fact, had to be persuaded quite heavily to sing. He used to do 'Boys' and 'Matchbox' with us...But generally we never thought of those songs as being that good."?
8. Name the Fab song that Ringo frequently cites as being the one in which his drumming was in the zone of being his best drumming as a Beatle.
9. Everyone knows the lead vocals Ringo had as a Beatle. Now, name all the Beatle songs that featured Ringo doing either backing or harmony vocals. Hint: See if you can come up with six titles.
10. Ringo's crash chord participation on "A Day in Life" is legendary. But another strike at the keys is not quite so. What Beatle song credits Ringo with playing the Hammond Organ? (Operative word is "credited.")
11. BONUS QUESTION: Quick, what song did "Bad Finger Boogie" become?