Time Takes Time is the 10th studio album by Ringo Starr, released in 1992, his critically acclaimed comeback album. His first studio album since 1983's Old Wave, it followed a successful 1989–90 world tour with his All-Starr Band. Time Takes Time features several celebrity guests including Brian Wilson, Harry Nilsson and Electric Light Orchestra frontman Jeff Lynne.
Time Takes Time is the tenth studio album by Ringo Starr, released in 1992, his critically acclaimed comeback album. His first studio album since 1983's Old Wave, it followed a successful 1989-90 world tour with his All-Starr Band. Time Takes Time features several celebrity guests including Brian Wilson, Harry Nilsson and Electric Light Orchestra front man Jeff Lynne. Many critics considered Time Takes Time Starr's best album since 1973's Ringo. Rolling Stone magazine wrote, "The drummer's most consistent, wide-awake album since Ringo, from 1973
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The resulting Time Takes Time was not only a respectable comeback, but also turned out to be his strongest album since 1973's Ringo. Featuring the production talents of Peter Asher, Phil Ramone, Jeff Lynne, and Don Was (and a guest list that included Brian Wilson, Andy Sturmer and Roger Manning of Jellyfish, and Doug Feiger of the Knack), the tracks on Time Takes Time hearken back to early '70s classics like "Photograph" and "It Don't Come Easy," yet sport a decidedly contemporary sheen. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample).
On his first new studio album to be released in the . in 11 years, Ringo Starr made a neo-'60s-sounding record that, if it didn't feature his Beatle-mates, certainly evoked them. Don Was, the king of creative retro, produced half the album, bringing in bands like Jellyfish and the Posies, who devote their careers to trying to sound like the Beatles of 1965-66. Here, with a real Beatle on drums and vocals, they came much closer.
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Time Takes Time - Rear of Booklet. Ringo Starr's tenth official studio album, thirteenth overall and his only release on Private Music. Recording started in March 1991 in California, and the bulk of it was finished by September. Final work was done in February 1992. As usual with Ringo's albums it does include some famous guest artistes, on this occasion including: Brian Wilson, Jeff Lynne, Andrew Gold and Nilsson
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|A1||Weight Of The World|
|A2||Don't Know A Thing About Love|
|A3||Don't Go Where The Road Don't Go|
|A5||All In The Name Of Love|
|B1||After All These Years|
|B2||I Don't Believe You|
|B4||In A Heart Beat|
|B5||What Goes Around|
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