5 Ringo Starr Songs After The Beatles

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When the Beatles broke up during the start of the 70s, Lennon, McCartney, and Harrison had no trouble finding the light to guide them in their solid ventures. Whereas with Ringo Starr, there may have been some pitfalls in his career with music. But Ringo being the underrated fourth Beatle did not hinder him from stealing the spotlight as well. With his generous contributions to music in a span of 18 solo albums and singles, we’ll take a look back at some of the best Ringo Starr classics that will surely prove to you that he’s no ordinary Starr.

“Back Off Boogaloo” – Single (1972)

At the height of glam rock in the 70s, Starr rode the trend with “Back Off Boogaloo” in full swing. George Harrison produced and provided the insane lead guitar for this one, and was of heavy inspiration to Starr’s Born To Boogie (1972) movie.

“I Am The Greatest” – Ringo (1973)

A John Lennon-penned track that he wrote specifically for Starr, it was the first track that opened Starr’s well-acclaimed album, Ringo. The song’s lyrics speak immensely of Ringo’s life at this point and telling how great that is to everybody. Ringo’s not lying, of course.

“Goodnight Vienna” – Goodnight Vienna (1974)

Another collaboration of John Lennon and Ringo Starr, “Goodnight Vienna” is the latter’s underrated classic from his 1974 album of the same name. It delivers a beguiling catch that Starr gave so much justice for the song. It’s both sad and surprising how the people underestimated the drummer’s seriously good skills.

“It Don’t Come Off Easy” – Single (1971)

Ringo Starr’s first massive hit was born from another collaboration with his good friend, George Harrison. It’s one of those songs that Ringo Starr is known for, with its fine quality that almost had the Beatle element, no doubt.

“Photograph” – Ringo (1973)

Starr, again teaming up with Harrison, would release his first-ever chart-topping single in the US. “Photograph” is easily the highlight of the album and the product of the wondrous friendship and collaboration of the former Beatles.