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This review is from: Photograph: The Very Best Of Ringo (Audio CD)
Ringo Starr maybe the least accomplished vocalist of the ''fab four'' but his best off album gives us some of the best pop songs of the early seventies, indeed anyone of the same era as myself will love these songs and fondly remember such gems as, your sixteen, photograph, back off boogaloo, it don't come easy and the autobiographical snookeroo
an album to be loved by all! a must purchase for anyone who thought Ringo could only play the drums.
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Initial post: 26 Apr 2009 15:48:17 BDT
Mr. M. G. Page says:
I thought Ringo could only play the drum and I don't consider this a "must purchase".
In reply to an earlier post on 29 May 2009 19:42:39 BDT
R. A. Cross says:
'Snookeroo' is composed by Elton John and Bernie Taupin, therefore there is no way it can be autobiographical as far as Ringo is concerned. Possibly the song could be regarded as biographical if it was written about him, or it could be an autobiographical song about Bernie Taupin if it he wrote it about himself.
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