2145 All Right Now – Free (1970)

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All Right Now.

This song was written by Andy Fraser and Paul Rodgers. It was first recorded by English band Free in 1970. It was released on their album Fire And Water in 1970. An edited version was released as a single in 1970 with Mouthful of Grass on the B-side. The single reached number four on the Billboard chart and number two on the UK Singles chart. The song was part of the repertoire of Ringo Starr And His All-Starr Band. It was sung by Simon Kirke. A live version was released on the 2000 album The Anthology… So Far.

Now Here This : All Right Now – Ringo Starr And His All-Starr Band (2000)

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2144 Whiskey Train – Procol Harum (1970)

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Whiskey Train.

This song was written by Robin Trower and Keith Reid. It was first recorded by Procol Harum in 1970. It was recorded at EMI Studios and was produced by Chris Thomas. The song was first released on Procol Harum’s 1970 album Home. It was later released as a single in America. The B-side was About To Die. Whiskey Train was part of the repertoire of Ringo Starr And His All-Starr Band and was sung by Gary Brooker.

2143 American Woman – The Guess Who (1970)

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American Woman.

American Woman was written by Burton Cummings, Garry Peterson, Jim Kale and Randy Bachman. It was first recorded by the band The Guess Who in 1969. It was released on their album American Woman in 1970. It was also released as a single with No Sugar Tonight on the B-side. The single went to number nineteen on the UK Singles chart and number one on the Billboard chart. The song was part of the repertoire of Ringo Starr And His All-Starr Band and was sung by Burton Cummings. A live version was released in 1993 on the album Ringo Starr And His All-Starr Band Volume 2: Live From Montreux.

Now Hear This: American Woman – Ringo Starr And His All-Starr Band (1993)

2138 Fields Of St. Etienne – Mary Hopkin (1970)

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Mary Hopkin.

This song was written by Bernard Gallagher and Graham Lyle. Mary Hopkin recorded the song in 1969. It was recorded at EMI Studios and was produced by Paul McCartney. The recording features Paul McCartney on guitar and bass and Ringo Starr on drums. It was released as the B-side to Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be) in 1970. A second version was produced by Geoff Emerick.

2137 Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be) – Mary Hopkin (1970)

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Que Sera, Sera.

This song was written by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans in 1956. It was introduced in the 1956 movie The Man Who Knew Too Much and was sung by Doris Day. Mary Hopkin recorded her version of the song in 1969. It was recorded at EMI Studios and was produced by Paul McCartney. The recording features Paul McCartney on guitar and bass and Ringo Starr on drums. It was first released as a single in America in 1970. It was released on the Apple Records label with Fields Of St. Etienne on the B-side. The single reached number seventy-seven on the Billboard chart.

2136 Have You Seen My Baby – Randy Newman (1970)

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Randy Newman.

This song was written by Randy Newman and was recorded by him in 1969. It was first released on his second album 12 Songs in 1970. It was later released as a single in America and was titled Hold On (Have You Seen My Baby). The B-side was Lover’s Prayer. The single failed to chart. Ringo Starr covered the song for his 1973 album Ringo.

2133 Candy – The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack – Various Artists (1968)

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Candy.

This album was recorded in 1968. It is the soundtrack album for the 1968 movie Candy. The movie stars Ringo Starr in the role of Emmanuel. The soundtrack album was produced by Peter DeAngelis and Dave Grusin and was released on the Stateside label in 1968. In America the album was released on the ABC Records label. The album contains nine pieces of music composed and conducted by Dave Grusin. The album also includes two songs recorded by Steppenwolf and one song recorded by The Byrds. The album does not contain any music recorded by any member of The Beatles.

Tracklist
Side 1
1) Child Of The Universe – The Byrds
2) Birth By Descent – Dave Grusin
3) Opening Night, By Surgery – Dave Grusin
4) Spec-Rac-Tac-Para-Comm – Dave Grusin
5) Border Town Blues, A Blunt Instrument – Dave Grusin
6) Magic Carpet Ride – Steppenwolf
Side 2
1) Constant Journey – Dave Grusin
2) Every Mother’s Daughter – Dave Grusin
3) It’s Always Because Of This, A Deformity – Dave Grusin
4) Marlon And His Sacred Bird – Dave Grusin
5) Ascension To Virginity – Dave Grusin
6) Rock Me – Steppenwolf