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Re: Best Of
« Reply #40 on: September 10, 2007, 07:46:43 AM »

Ringo's Photograph is down to # 56 on the UK album chart.

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Re: Best Of
« Reply #41 on: September 11, 2007, 12:03:25 AM »

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That's the only Stevie Wonder album i still need that has a good rating in
most album polls! :) I like Innervisions in places but not a huge fan of it :-/
I love Fullfilligness, songs in Key of life, & Talking Book (which is my fav).
I may just put Stevie Wonder & Marvin Gaye as the best singers ever!! :)



God bless you Andy! You're great. I love Marvin & Stevie and those are fantastic albums, simlpy some of the best music ever recorded.  ;)

About Ringo, I've readed this in the discussion of ukmix.org
"Also in the US this is the album's debut week, at No. 130, with approximate sales of 5.000 copies."

http://www.ukmix.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=47614

Is it true? It's his first charting in the US since Ringo Rama.
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Re: Best Of
« Reply #42 on: September 16, 2007, 01:35:14 AM »

There are some very good tracks on this album. I will probably buy it.
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Re: Best Of
« Reply #43 on: September 16, 2007, 11:59:53 AM »

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I had forgotten the first few seconds from the Back Off Boogaloo promo feature in Ringo's film Born To Boogie , the bit where Ringo and Bolan are doing " Some People Like To Rock " link  infront of the red cadilac. :)
Got my copy today i playing it now it's great, im also pleased Ringo credits Bolan with the title of Back Off Boogaloo .

" Marc Bolan was a friend. He came over for dinner one night and used to talk like that - he'd say things like Back Off Boogaloo. I went to bed and that song just came into my head in the twilight hour "

Nice one Ringo you not forgetting Marc like that , always thought it was a very Bolan sounding song , it's a real favourite :)

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It is 30 years ago today (September 16th), that the legend that was Marc Bolan died in a mini driven by his girlfriend & mother of his child Gloria Jones (most famous for the original version of "Tainted Love").

So today is a good day to relive TRextacy of the early 1970s.


T.Rex (ft Elton John & Ringo Starr) - Children Of The Revolution
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