Ringo Starr Discography

ringo starr imageIf Jimmy Page is the world’s greatest rock guitarist, by virtue of being the guitarist in the world’s greatest rock band, then Ringo Starr must be the world’s greatest drummer. The last member to join the group (at the invitation of John), replacing Pete Best in 1962, Ringo was already a drummer of some renown, having played with Rory and the Hurricanes and Tony Sheridan. Although not conventionally handsome, Ringo soon became one of the most popular Beatles, aided in part by his comedic performances on Beatles films such as A Hard Day’s Night and Help!

Ringo was a rock-steady drummer with a flair for quick fills. He wasn’t a brilliant drummer any more than John Lennon was a brilliant guitarist or pianist, but he was the perfect fit to sit behind the kit. Behind the microphone, well, eh, maybe not so much; Ringo couldn’t carry a tune if it had rolling wheels on the bottom of it. That didn’t stop him from trying all the same, with occasionally winning results, both from the Lennon-McCartney camp (“Yellow Submarine,” “With A Little Help From My Friends”) and on his own (“Octopus’s Garden,” “Don’t Pass Me By”).

After The Beatles broke up, Ringo released a couple of unsuccessful genre exercises covering oldies (Sentimental Journey) and country music (Beaucoups of Blues), neither of which was well suited to his limited voice. He struck gold, however, with a couple of actual rock songs (“It Don’t Come Easy,” “Back Off Boogaloo”), followed by the popular Ringo (1973), which included three top 10 singles: “Photograph,” “You’re Sixteen” and “Oh My My.” Goodnight Vienna (1974) nearly repeated the feat. Both albums featured Ringo alongside his former bandmates and rock luminaries such as Harry Nilsson, Marc Bolan and Elton John.

Ringo’s revolving rock and roll party continued with Ringo’s Rotogravure (1976), although the album only produced one Top 40 single, “A Dose of Rock ‘n Roll.” Subsequent albums suggested that Ringo-mania had come to an end, with no more hits forthcoming. In the 1990s, Ringo revived his career in part through his All-Starr Band project, which found the former Beatle again joined by equally fading rock stars like Joe Walsh, Robbie Robertson and Billy Preston playing their hits (and Ringo’s) on stage. In between, Ringo released a couple of solid solo albums (Time Takes Time, Vertical Man) that traded on his legacy with The Beatles without selling it outright. If (as I had envisioned many, many years ago) Ringo turns out to be the last of the surviving Beatles, it is only fair that he have the spotlight all to himself for a little while.

The Discography

SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY (1970)
Sentimental Journey / Night And Day / Whispering Grass / Bye Bye Blackbird / I’m A Fool To Care / Stardust / Blue Turning Grey Over You / Love Is A Many Splendored Thing / Dream / You Always Hurt The One You Love / Have I Told You Lately That I Love You / Let The Rest of The World Go By. Released on elpee on March 27, 1970 in the UK (Apple), the US (Apple/Capitol, SW-3365), Australia (Apple, PCSO-7101) and Mexico (Apple, SLEM224); reached #7 on the UK charts and #22 on the US charts. Re-issued on elpee in the 1970s in the US (Capitol, SN-16218). Re-released on CD in 1995 in the US (Capitol, 98615), in May 1995 in the UK (EMI, 9861521) and in 1995 in Japan (Apple, TOCP-8497).

BEAUCOUPS OF BLUES (1970)
Beaucoups of Blues / Love Don’t Last Long / Fastest Growing Heartache In The West / Without Her / Womn of The Night / I’d Be Talking All The Time / $15 draw / Wine, Women And Loud Happy Songs / Loser’s Lounge / Waiting / Silent Homecoming. Released on elpee on September 25, 1970 in the UK (Apple) and the US (Apple/Capitol, SW-3368); reached #65 on the US charts. Re-issued on elpee in the 1970s in the US (Capitol, SN-16235). Re-released on expanded CD (with two bonus tracks: “Coochy Coochy,” “Nashville Jam”) in May 1995 in the UK (EMI, 3267521), on August 1, 1995 in the US (Capitol, 32675) and in 1995 in Japan (Apple, TOCP-8498).

Beaucoups of Blues (1970)
b/w Coochy Coochy. Released on 7-inch in October 1970 in the US (Apple, 2969) with picture sleeve; reached #87 on the US charts (charted on November 7, 1970 for 5 weeks).

It Don’t Come Easy (1971)
b/w Early 1970. Released on 7-inch on April 9, 1971 in the UK (Apple, R5898), the US (Apple, 1831), Japan (Apple, AR-2800) and New Zealand (Apple, NZP-3402); reached #4 on the UK charts (charted on April 17, 1971 for 11 weeks) and #4 on the US charts (charted on May 1, 1971 for 12 weeks) (RIAA certified gold record). Re-pressed on 7-inch in 1975 in the US (Apple, 1831, with “all rights reserved” on label), in 1976 in the US (Capitol, 1831, orange label), in 1978 in the US (Capitol, 1831, purple label), in 1983 in the US (Capitol, black colorband label) and in 1988 in the US (Capitol, 1831, wide purple label). Re-released on 7-inch in May 1984 (EMI Golden 45s, G4513) with “Back Off Boogaloo” on the flip side.

Back Off Boogaloo (1972)
b/w Blindman. Released on 7-inch on March 17, 1972 in the UK (Apple, R5944), the US (Apple, 1849), Colombia (Odeon, 36286), France (Apple, 2C 006.05.028), Germany (Apple, 1C.006.05.028) and Japan (Apple, EAR-11045); reached #2 on the UK charts (charted on April 1, 1972 for 10 weeks) and #9 on the US charts (charted on April 1, 1972 for 10 weeks). Regional versions feature picture sleeve.

Photograph (1973)
b/w Down And Out. Released on 7-inch on October 19, 1973 in the UK (Apple, R5992), the US (Apple, 1865) and Japan (Apple, EAR-10462) with picture sleeve; reached #8 on the UK chart (charted on October 27, 1973 for 13 weeks) and #1 on the US charts (charted on October 6, 1973 for 16 weeks) (RIAA certified gold record). Re-pressed on 7-inch in the 1980s in the US (Capitol, 1865, purple label).

RINGO (1973)
I’m The Greatest / Have You Seen My Baby / Photograph / Sunshine Life For Me (Sail Away Raymond) / You’re Sixteen // Oh My My / Step Lightly / Six O’Clock / Devil Woman / You And Me (Babe). Released on elpee on November 2, 1973 in the UK (Apple, PCTC 252), the US (Apple, SWAL 3413), Argentina (Apple, 8011), Colombia (EMI/Odeon, 11276), Germany (Apple, 1C 062 05 492), Japan (Apple, EAP-9037X), Mexico (EMI, SLEM-499), Venezuela (Apple, SAPCOR.31) and Yugoslavia (Jugoton, LSAP-70584), and in 1974 in Brazil (Apple, SBTX 1027); reached #7 on the UK charts and #2 on the US charts (RIAA certified platinum record). Re-issued on elpee in the US (Capitol, SN-16114) and Japan (Apple, EAS-80700). Re-released on elpee and cassette in November 1980 in the UK (M.f.P, MFP/TCMFP-50508). Re-released on expanded CD (with three bonus tracks: “It Don’t Come Easy,” “Early 1970,” “Down And Out”) in 1991 in the US (Capitol, CDP 95637), in 1994 in the US (DCC, 1066) and in 1995 in Japan (EMI, TOCP-3167).

You’re Sixteen (1973)
b/w Devil Woman. Released on 7-inch in December 1973  in the US and Canada (Apple, 1870), on February 8, 1974 in the UK (Apple, R5995), France (Apple, 2C 008 05530), Italy (Apple, 3C 006 05530), Japan (Apple, EAR-10492) and Yugoslavia (Jugoton, SAP88732); reached #4 on the UK charts (charted on February 23, 1974 for 10 weeks) and #1 on the US charts (charted on December 15, 1973 for 15 weeks) (RIAA certified gold record).

Oh My My (1974)
b/w Step Lightly. Released on 7-inch on February 18, 1974 in the US and Canada (Apple, 1872), Germany and the Netherlands (Apple, 5C 006 05617), Japan (Apple, EAR-10529) and New Zealand (Apple, NZP-3471); reached #5 on the US charts (charted on March 9, 1974 for 14 weeks). Re-released on 7-inch on January 9, 1976 in the UK (Apple, R6011) with “No No Song” on the flip side.

Only You (1974)
b/w Call Me. Released on 7-inch on November 11, 1974 in the US and Canada (Apple, 1876), on November 15, 1974 in the UK (Apple, R6000), and in Belgium (Apple, 4C 006.05764), Germany (Apple, 1C 006.05764), Japan (Apple, EAR-10670) and Yugoslavia (Jugoton, SAP-88804); reached #28 on the UK charts and #6 (charted on November 30, 1974 for 11 weeks) on the US charts (charted on November 16, 1974 for 13 weeks). Regional versions feature picture sleeve. Also released as a promotional 7-inch in 1974 in the US (Apple, P-1876) featuring mono version of “Only You” on the flip side.

GOODNIGHT VIENNA (1974)
(It’s All Da-Da-Down To) Goodnight Vienna / Occapella / Oo-Wee / Husbands And Wives / Snookeroo // All By Myself / Call Me / No No Song / Only You (And You Alone) / Easy For Me / Goodnight Vienna (Reprise). Released on elpee on November 15, 1974 in the UK (Apple, PCS 7168), on November 18, 1974 in the US (Apple, SW-3417) and in 1974 in Argentina (Apple, 8106), Colombia (EMI/Odeon, 11344), Italy (Apple, 3C 062 05762), Japan (Apple, EAS-80095), the Netherlands (Apple, 5C 062 05762) and Yugoslavia (Jugoton, LSAP-70702); reached #30 on the UK charts and #8 on the US charts (RIAA certified gold record). Re-issued on elpee in the US (Capitol, SN-16219, green label). Re-issued on CD in 1993 in the US (Capitol, 80378). Re-released on expanded CD (with three bonus tracks: “Back Off Boogaloo,” “Blindman,” “Six O’Clock (extended version)”) on July 12, 2000 in Japan (EMI/Toshiba, TOCP-53155).

No No Song (1975)
b/w Snookeroo, Call Me (NZ). Released on 7-inch on January 27, 1975 in the US and Canada (Apple, 1880) and New Zealand (Apple. NZP-3510); reached #3 on the US charts (charted on February 8, 1975 for 14 weeks). Re-pressed on 7-inch in 1983 in the US (Capitol, 1880, black colorband label).

Snookeroo (1975)
b/w Oo-wee. Released on 7-inch on February 21, 1975 in the UK (Apple, R6004).

It’s All Down To Goodnight Vienna (1975)
b/w Oo-Wee. Released on 7-inch on June 2, 1975 in the US (Apple, 1882); reached #31 on the US charts (charted on June 14, 1975 for 7 weeks).

BLAST FROM YOUR PAST (1975)
You’re Sixteen / No No Song / It Don’t Come Easy / Photograph / Back Off Boogaloo // Only You (And You Alone) / Beaucoups of Blues / Oh My My / Early 1970 / I’m The Greatest. Compilation released on November 25, 1975 in the US (Apple, SW-3422), on December 12, 1975 in the UK (Apple, PCS 7170), in 1975 in Australia (Apple, PCTC 7170), Brazil (Apple, 1037), Italy (Apple, 3C 064-06008) and Mexico (Apple, SLEM-637), and in 1976 in Japan (Apple, EAS-80403); reached #30 on the US charts. Re-issued on elpee in the 1970s in the US (Capitol, SN-16236) and in November 1981 in the UK (M.f.P., 50524). Re-released on CD in the US (Capitol, 46663).

RINGO’S ROTOGRAVURE (1976)
A Dose of Rock ‘N’ Roll / Hey Baby / Pure Gold / Cryin’ / You Don’t Know Me At All // Cookin’ (In The Kitchen of Love) / I’ll Still Love You / This Be Called A Song / Las Brisas / Lady Gaye / Spooky Weirdness. Released on elpee, cassette and 8-track on September 17, 1976 in the UK (Polydor, 2302 040, 3100 317, 3801 180), on September 27, 1976 in the US and Canada (Atlantic, SD/TP-18193), and in 1976 in Australia, Brazil, Germany and New Zealand (Polydor, 2310 473), Japan (Polydor, MPF-1030) and Yugoslavia (RTB, LP-555637); reached #28 on the US charts. Re-released on CD on August 18, 192 in the US (Atlantic, 82417). Re-packaged with Ringo The 4th on CD in Russia (CD-Maximum, CDM-343).

A Dose of Rock ‘N’ Roll (1976)
b/w Cryin’. Released on 7-inch on September 20, 1976 in the US (Atlantic, 45-3361), on October 15, 1976 in the UK and Germany (Polydor, 2001 694), and in 1976 in Mexico (Polydor, 730); reached #26 on the US charts (charted on October 2, 1976 for 9 weeks). Regional versions feature picture sleeve.

Hey Baby (1976)
b/w Lady Gaye. Released on 7-inch on November 29, 1976 in the UK (Polydor, 2001 699), the US (Atlantic, 3371) and France and Germany (Polydor, 2001 699), and in 1977 in Chile (Polydor/Discos Philips, 2001 699) and Japan (Polydor, DPQ6033); reached #74 on the US charts (charted on January 29, 1977 for 3 weeks). Regional versions feature picture sleeve. Also released as promotional 7-inch in 1976 in the US (Atlantic, 45-3371) featuring stereo and mono versions of “Hey Baby.”

Las Brisas (1976)
b/w Lady Gaye. Released on 7-inch in 1976 in Mexico (Polydor, 761).

You Don’t Know Me At All (1976)
b/w Cryin’. Released on 7-inch in 1976 in Italy (Polydor, 201 695) with picture sleeve.

Drowning In The Sea of Love (1977)
b/w Just A Dream (UK), Growing (US). Released on 7-inch on September 16, 1977 in the UK (Polydor, 2001 734) and the US (Atlantic).

RINGO THE 4TH (1977)
Drowning In The Sea of Love / Tango All Night / Wings / Gave It All Up / Out On The Streets // Can She Do It Like She Dances / Sneaking Sally Through The Alley / It’s No Secret / Gypsies In Flight / Simple Love Song. Released on elpee on September 20, 1977 in the UK and worldwide (Polydor, 2310 556), on September 26, 1977 in the US (Atlantic, SD 19108) and in 1977 in Canada (Atlantic, KSD 19108) and Japan (Polydor, MPF-1104); reached #162 on the US charts. Re-released on CD and cassette on August 18, 1992 in the US (Atlantic, 82416).

SCOUSE THE MOUSE (1977)
Living In A Pet Shop / Sing A Song For The Tragopan / Scouse’s Dream / Snow Up Your Nose For Christmas / Running Free / America (A Mouse’s Dream) / Scousey / Boat Ride / Scouse The Mouse / Passenger Pigeon / I Know A Place / Caterwaul / S.O.S. / Ask Louey / A Mouse Like Me. Released on elpee on December 9, 1977 in the UK (Polydor).

Wings (1977)
b/w Just A Dream. Released on 7-inch in November 1977 in the US (Atlantic). Also released as a promotional 7-inch in 1977 in the US (Atlantic, 3429) featuring mono version of “Wings” on B side.

BAD BOY (1978)
Who Needs A Heart / Bad Boy / Lipstick Traces (On A Cigarette) / Heart On My Sleeve / Where Did My Heart Go? / Hard Times / Tonight / Monkey See-Monkey Do / Old Time Relovin’ / A Man Like Me. Released on elpee on April 21, 1978 in the UK (Polydor), the US (Portrait, JR-35378), France (Polydor, 2310 599), Germany (Polydor, 2344 109) and Japan (Polydor, MPF-1176); reached #129 on the US charts. Re-released on CD in 1991 in the US (Portait, EK-35378).

Lipstick Traces (1978)
b/w Old-Time Relovin’. Released on 7-inch on June 1, 1978 in the UK and France (Polydor, 2001 782) and in 1978 in Japan (Polydor, DPQ-6089) with picture sleeve. Also released as a promotional 7-inch in 1978 in the US (Portrait, 6-70015) featuring stereo and mono versions of “Lipstick Traces.”

Tonight (1978)
b/w Heart On My Sleeve. Released on 7-inch on July 21, 1978 in the UK (Polydor, 2001 795).

Heart On My Sleeve (1978)
Released as a promotional 7-inch in 1978 in the US (Portrait, 6-70018) featuring stereo and mono versions of “Heart On My Sleeve.”

Wrack My Brain (1981)
b/w Drumming Is My Madness. Released on 7-inch on October 27, 1981 in the US (Boardwalk, NB7-11-130), on November 13, 1981 in the UK (RCA, RCA-166) and in 1981 in France (Boardwalk, 101575); reached #38 on the US charts (charted on November 7, 1981 for 11 weeks). Also released as a promotional 7-inch in 1981 in the US (Boardwalk, NB7-11-130) with mono version of “Wrack My Brain” on B side.

STOP AND SMELL THE ROSES (1981)
Private Property / Wrack My Brain / Drumming Is My Madness / Attention / Stop And Take The Time To Smell The Roses / Dead Giveaway / You Belong To Me / Sure To Fall (In Love With You) / You’ve Got A Nice Way / Back Off Boogaloo. Released on elpee on October 27, 1981 in the UK (RCA), the US (Boardwalk, NB1-33246) and Canada (Boardwalk, TRC-3062); reached #98 on the US charts. Re-released on expanded CD (with six bonus tracks) on September 6, 1994 in the US (The Right Stuff, 29676).

Stop And Take Time To Smell The Roses (1982)
b/w Private Property. Released on 7-inch in February 1982 in the US (Boardwalk).

In My Car (1983)
b/w As Far As We Can Go (GER), She’s About A Mover (US). Released on 7-inch in June 1983 in Germany (Bellaphon) and in the US (Capitol, 18178, on colored vinyl).

OLD WAVE (1983)
In My Car / Hopeless / Alibi / Be My Baby / She’s About A Mover / Keep Forgettin’ / Picture Show Life / As Far As We Can Go / Everybody’s In A Hurry But Me / I’m Going Down. Released on elpee on June 8, 1983 in Canada (RCA, 3233) and in 1983 in Brazil (RCA, 104.8277) and Germany (Bellaphon, 16029). Re-released on expanded CD (with one bonus track, “As Far As We Can Go (instrumental)”) on September 6, 1994 in the US (The Right Stuff, 29675).

STARR STRUCK: BEST OF VOL. 2 (1989)
Wrack My Brain / In My Car / Cookin’ (In The Kitchen of Love) / I Keep Forgettin’ / Hard Times / Hey! Baby / Attention / A Dose of Rock ‘N’ Roll / Who Needs A Heart / Private Property / Can She Do It Like She Dances / Heart On My Sleeve / Sure To Fall (In Love With You) / Hopeless / You Belong To Me / She’s About A Mover. Compilation released on elpee, cassette and expanded CD (with four bonus tracks) on February 24, 1989 in the US (Rhino, R1/R4/R2-70135).

RINGO STARR AND HIS ALL-STARR BAND (1990)
Live tracks: It Don’t Come Easy / The No No Song / Iko Iko / The Weight / Shine Silently / Honey Don’t / You’re Sixteen / Quarter To Three / Raining In My Heart / Will It Go Round In Circles / Life In The Fast Lane / Photograph. Released on elpee, CD and cassette on October 9, 1990 in the UK (EMI, EMS1375), the US (Rykodisc, RALP/RCD/RACS-10190) and Japan (EMI, TOCP-6255). Also released on expanded 2CD (with bonus four-track CDEP) on October 9, 1990 in the US (Rykodisc, RCD-90190).

Weight of The World (1992)
b/w After All These Years + Don’t Be Cruel. Released on 7-inch and three-track CD single on May 4, 1992 in the UK (Private Music, 115 392) and the US (Private Music, 81003), as a two-track CD single in 1992 in France (BMG, 18021-2) and as a two-track 3-inch CD single in Japan (BMG Victor, BVDP-58); reached #74 on the UK charts (charted on June 6, 1992 for 1 week). Also released as a one-track promotional CD single in 1992 in the US (Private Music, PDJ-81003-2).

TIME TAKES TIME (1992)
Weight of The World / Don’t Know A Thing About Love / Don’t Go Where The Road Don’t Go / Golden Blunders / All In The Name of Love // After All These Years / I Don’t Believe You / Runaways / In A Heartbeat / What Goes Around. Released on CD and cassette on May 22, 1992 in the US and Australia (Private Music, 82097-2/4). Re-issued on CD in 1998 (BMG Special Products, 44684).

LIVE FROM MONTREUX (1993)
Live tracks: The Really Serious Introduction / I’m The Greatest / Don’t Go Where The Road Don’t Go / Yellow Submarine / Desperado / I Can’t Tell You Why / Girls Talk / Weight of The World / Bang The Drum All Day / Walking Nerve / Black Maria / In The City / American Woman / Boys / With A Little Help From My Friends. Recorded live in 1992 and released on CD in October 1993 in the US (Rykodisc, 20264).

THIRD ALL-STARR BAND (1997)
Recorded live and released on CD in 1997 in the US (Blockbuster).

VERTICAL MAN (1998)
One / What In The… World / Mindfield / King of Broken Hearts / Love Me Do / Vertical Man / Drift Away / I Was Walkin’ / La De Da / Without Understanding / I’ll Be Fine Anywhere / Puppet / I’m Yours. Released on CD and cassette in June 1998 in the US (Mercury, 558 598) and as an expanded CD (with two bonus tracks: “Mr. Double-It-Up,” “Everyday”) in July 1998 in Japan (Mercury, 59483). Also released as a limited edition CD in 1998 in the US (Mercury, 558 400).

La De Da (1998)
b/w Love Me Do. Released as a two-track CD single in 1998 in Germany (Mercury, 556 138-2). Also released as a promotional 7-inch in 1998 in the US (Mercury, MELP195) featuring “Everyday” on the B side, and as a promotional two-track CD single in 1998 in the US (Mercury, MECP419) featuring the radio edit and album versions of “La De Da.”

STORYTELLERS (1998)
Live tracks: With A Little Help From My Friends / It Don’t Come Easy / I Was Walkin’ / Don’t Pass Me By / Back Off Boogaloo / King of Broken Hearts / Octopus’ Garden / Photograph / La De Da / What In The… World / Love Me Do / With A Little Help From My Friends / I’ve Got Blisters… / The End. Released as CD on October 20, 1988 in the US (Polygram, 538118).

I WANNA BE SANTA CLAUS (1999)
Come On Christmas, Come On Christmas / Winter Wonderland / I Wanna Be Santa Claus / The Little Drummer Boy / Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer / Christmas Eve / The Christmas Dance / Christmas Time Is Here Again / Blue Christmas / Dear Santa / White Christmas / Pax Um Biscum (Peace Be With You). Released on CD in October 1999 in the US (Polygram, 546668). Re-packaged as The Best of Ringo Starr: The Christmas Collection and released on CD on September 23, 2003 in the US (Mercury, 70302) and in Japan (Universal, UICY-1564).

THE ANTHOLOGY… SO FAR (2000)
It Don’t Come Easy / The No No Song / Iko Iko / The Weight / Shine Slently / Honey Don’t / Quarter To Three / Raining In My Heart / Will It Go Round In Circles / Life In The Fast Lane / Desperado / Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) / Walking Nerve / Boris The Spider / You’re Sixteen / Photograph // The Really Serious Introduction / I’m The Greatest / Don’t Go Where The Road Don’t Go / I Can’t Tell You Why / Girls Talk / People Got To Be Free / Groovin’ / Act Naturally / Takin’ Care of Business / You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet / In The City / Bang The Drum All Day / Black Maria / American Woman / Weight of The World / Back Off Boogaloo // Yellow Submarine / Show Me The Way / Sunshine of Your Love / I Hear You Knocking / Shooting Star / Boys / Baby, I Love Your Way / A Salty Dog / I Feel Free / Alright Now / I Wanna Be Your Man / A Whiter Shade of Pale / Hungry Eyes / All By Myself / With A Little Help From My Friends. Compilation released on 3CD on January 25, 2000 (Purple Pyramid, 751), on February 13, 2001 (EMG, 12003) and on July 24, 2001 (Koch Intl., 8312) with a different cover. Re-issued on 3CD in 2012 in the UK (Eagle, EDGCD484).

RINGO AND HIS NEW ALL-STARR BAND (2002)
Live tracks: Photograph / Act Naturally / Logical Song / No One Is To Blame / Yellow Submarine / Give A Little Bit / You’re Sixteen / The No No Song / Back Off Boogaloo / Glamorous Life / I Wanna Be Your Man / Lucky Man / Take The Long Way Home / All The Young Dudes / Don’t Go Where The Road Don’t Go / With A Little Help From My Friends. Live material recorded in 2001 and released on CD on August 6, 2002 in the US (Razor & Tie, 88003).

RINGO RAMA (2003)
Eye To Eye / Missouri Loves Company / Instant Amnesia / Memphis In Your Mind / Never With You / Imagine Me There / Trippin’ On My Own Tears / Write One For Me / What Love Wants To Be / Love First, Ask Questions Later / Elizabeth Reigns / English Garden. Released on CD on March 24, 2003 in the US (Koch, 8429); reached #113 on the US charts.

EXTENDED VERSIONS (2003)
Live tracks: Yellow Submarine / Karn Evil 9 / It Don’t Come Easy / I Still Love Rock N’ Roll / Act Naturally / Photograph / Love Bizarre / With A Little Help From My Friends / Everlasting Love / Glamorous Life. Live material recorded in 2001 and released on CD and cassette on April 1, 2003 in the US (BMG Special Products, 46525).

TOUR 2003 (2004)
Live tracks: It Don’t Come Easy / Honey Don’t / Memphis In Your Mind / How Long / Down Under / When I See You Smile / Love Bizarre / Boys / Don’t Pass Me By / Yellow Submarine / The Living Years / Missing You / The Glamorous Life / I Wanna Be Your Man / Who Can It Be Now / With A Little Help From My Friends. Released on CD on March 23, 2004 in the US (Koch, 9549).

CHOOSE LOVE (2005)
Fading In And Out / Give Me Back The Beat / Oh My Lord / Hard To Be True / Some People / Wrong All The Time / Don’t Hang Up / Choose Love / Me And You / Satisfied / Turnaround / Free Drinks. Released on CD on June 7, 2005 in the US (Koch, 9550).

RINGO STARR AND FRIENDS (2006)
Live tracks: Photograph / Act Naturally / All The Young Dudes / Don’t Go Where The Road Don’t Go / No One Is to Blame / Yellow Submarine / Logical Song / Glamorous Life / I Wanna Be Your Man / Give A Little Bit / Take The Long Way Home / You’re Sixteen / Lucky Man / With A Little Help From My Friends. Released on CD on August 15, 2006 (Disky).

PHOTOGRAPH: THE VERY BEST OF RINGO STARR (2007)
Photograph / It Don’t Come Easy / You’re Sixteen / Back off Boogaloo / I’m The Greatest / Oh My My / Only You / Beaucoups of Blues / Early 1970 / Snookeroo / The No-No Song / (It’s All Down To) Goodnight Vienna / Hey Baby / A Dose of Rock ‘n’ Roll / Weight of The World / King of Broken Hearts / Never Without You / Act Naturally / Wrack My Brain / Fading In And Fading Out. Compilation released on CD on August 28, 2007 in the UK (EMI, 393827-2) and the US (Capitol, 93827-2), and in 2007 in Japan (EMI Toshiba, TOCP-70310). Also available as CD+DVD in 2007 in the UK (EMI, 504934-2) and in 2007 in Japan (EMI Toshiba, TOCP-70311) as Deluxe Collector’s Edition version.

LIVE AT SOUNDSTAGE (2007)
Live tracks: With A Little Help From My Friends – It Don’t Come Easy / Octopus’ Garden / Choose Love / I Wanna Be Your Man / Don’t Pass Me By / I’m The Greatest / Memphis In Your Mind / Photograph / Never Without You / Back Off Boogaloo / Boys / Act Naturally / With A Little Help From My Friends. Released on CD on October 23, 2007 in the US (Koch).

Liverpool 8 (2008)
b/w For Love. Released as red vinyl 7-inch and one-track CD single on January 7, 2008 in the UK (Capitol, LIV/CDLIV 8).

LIVERPOOL 8 (2008)
Liverpool 8 / Think About You / For Love / Now That She’s Gone Away / Gone Are The Days / Give It A Try / Tuff Love / Harry’s Song / Pasodobles / If It’s Love That You Want / Love Is / R U Ready? Released on CD on January 14, 2008 in the UK (EMI) and the US (Capitol) and on February 14, 2008 in Japan (EMI Toshiba, TOCP-70465); reached #91 on the UK charts and #94 on the US charts.

RINGO STARR & HIS ALL STARR BAND LIVE 2006 (2008)
Live tracks: Introduction / What Goes On / Honey Don’t / Everybody Wants You / Free Ride / A Love Bizarre / Don’t Mean Nothing / She’s Not There / Yellow Submarine / Frankenstein / Photograph / Should’ve Known Better / The Glamorous Life / I Wanna Be Your Man / Rock Me Tonight / Hold Your Head Up / Act Naturally / With A Little Help From My Friends. Recorded live on July 16, 2006 and released on CD on July 7, 2008 in the UK (Koch, KOCCD4542) and Japan (Victor, VICP-64523).

Y NOT (2010)
Fill In The Blanks / Peace Dream / The Other Side of Liverpool / Walk With You / Time / Everyone Wins / Mystery of The Night / Can’t Do It Wrong / Y Not / Who’s Your Daddy. Released on 180g vinyl elpee and CD on January 12, 2010 in the UK (Polydor, 2729521/2727380) and the US (Hip-O Records, Bo013792-01).

LIVE AT THE GREEK THEATRE 2008 (2010)
Live tracks: Introduction – With a Little Help From My Friends – It Don’t Come Easy / What Goes On / The Stroke / Free Ride / Dream Weaver / Boys / Pick Up The Pieces / Act Naturally / Yellow Submarine / Never Without You / I Wanna Be Your Man / Who Can It Be Now / Photograph / Oh My My / With A Little Help From My Friends / Give Peace A Chance. Recorded live on August 2, 2008 and released on CD on July 27, 2010 in the UK (Universal, 2744209) and the US (Hip-O Records).

RINGO 2012 (2012)
Anthem / Wings / Think It Over / Samba / Rock Island Line / Step Lightly / Wonderful / In Liverpool / Slow Down. Released on CD on January 30, 2012 in the UK (Universal) and January 31, 2012 in the US (Hip-O Records).

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