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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."


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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« 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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