Tag: Ringo Starr

Willie and The Poor Boys: Willie And The Poor Boys (Deluxe Edition) (Edsel Records)

Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman’s 1950s inspired supergroup formed as a benefit for friend Ronnie Lane. This enjoyable labor of love gets a 30th Anniversary deluxe reissue, and only serves to highlight the high quality of this delightful one-off.

Willie and The Poor Boys: Willie And The Poor Boys (Deluxe Edition) (Edsel Records)

Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman’s 1950s inspired supergroup formed as a benefit for friend Ronnie Lane. This enjoyable labor of love gets a 30th Anniversary deluxe reissue, and only serves to highlight the high quality of this delightful one-off.

Twilight Music: The Beatles, “Flying” (1967)

The underrated Beatles track “Flying,” in its original, unedited form, raises the quality level on this neglected track.

3AM Eternal: Paul McCartney “Take It Away” (1982)

Paul McCartney’s first solo single after the death of John, it was a fine mellow rocker that’s not really aged, with a video that feels oddly but appropriately nostalgic.

3 AM Eternal: The Beatles “Rain” (1966)

What was regulated to b-side status was, in fact, a foreshadowing of sounds to come

A Hard Day’s Night (Criterion)

What was created at the time as a quick cash-in to the latest pop superstars is feted with a lavish and essential 50th anniversary box set.