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Ringo Starr
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CD Reviews
Liverpool 8
Review by Michael Bader
Ringo Starr released his fifteenth solo album on Capitol Records in February 2008 which was aptly named after his home town and zip code.  This album is very solid and flows nicely from cover to cover.
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Concert Reviews
Ringo Starr - Live in Los Angeles, August, 2008
Review by Michael Bader

More pics from this concert are available in our members' area.

Critics refer to him as the “luckiest man in the world.”


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