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Tour 2003 (Live)


Download links and information about Tour 2003 (Live) by Ringo Starr And His All Starr Band. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:08:02 minutes.

Artist: Ringo Starr And His All Starr Band
Release date: 2004
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:08:02
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No. Title Length
1. It Don't Come Easy (Live) 3:44
2. Honey Don't (Live) 2:59
3. Memphis In Your Mind (Live) 4:23
4. How Long (Live) (featuring Paul Carrack, Ringo Starr) 4:45
5. Down Under (Live) (featuring Ringo Starr, Colin Hay) 4:25
6. When I See You Smile (Live) (featuring John Waite, Ringo Starr) 4:52
7. Love Bizarre (Live) (featuring Ringo Starr, Sheila E.) 4:05
8. Boys (Live) 3:04
9. Don't Pass Me By (Live) 4:02
10. Yellow Submarine (Live) 3:11
11. Living Years (Live) (featuring Paul Carrack, Ringo Starr) 6:25
12. Missing You (Live) (featuring John Waite, Ringo Starr) 4:18
13. Glamourous Life (Live) (featuring Ringo Starr, Sheila E.) 4:49
14. I Wanna Be Your Man (Live) 3:24
15. Who Can It Be Now (Live) (featuring Ringo Starr, Colin Hay) 4:00
16. With a Little Help from My Friends (Live) 5:36



Ringo Starr’s solo success in the early ‘70s was largely the result of his likable everyman image and some fine songs that he could handle. After his initial success, though, times changed; by the late ‘70s, he was out of step with the music world. A long break let him come back in the ‘90s. And once Ringo locked into the "All Starr Band" concept—in which an ensemble of other famous and semi-famous musicians played their songs along with Ringo’s hits—that became his formula, and a pleasing one it is. Over the years, many live All Starr albums have been released as tour souvenirs. This one from 2003 features a recording of the tour's opening night at the Casino Rama, outside of Toronto. Percussionist Sheila E. returns from the 2001 band (and performs “The Glamorous Life”), while John Waite is on bass, Paul Carrack’s on keyboards, and Men at Work’s Colin Hay is on guitar (also performing “Who Can It Be Now” and “Down Under”). Ringo performs “Memphis in Your Mind” (from his then-current album, Ringorama) and a nice chunk of classic Beatles songs.