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Old Sep 30, 2015, 10:34 AM   #1
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I recently found a copy of Goodnight Vienna on original 1974 vinyl. Playing it I rediscovered the album. I have the CD and do play it on occasion. But I haven't played it all through in a while, like I did with the vinyl. It's a good album. I think along with the previous album it makes up the definitive era for Ringo's solo albums.

The early to mid seventies was a good time for Beatle solo albums.
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Very good album. Ringo really rocked back then, didn't he?
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Old Oct 01, 2015, 09:50 PM   #3
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It was a good run for Ringo from 73-75. Always liked Snookeroo, Husband and Wives (Roger Miller tune)and the rollicking Lennon penned title tune. I just broke out my original LP from back in the day to check it out! If I only had a turntable.....
On another note.... I just started listening to Postcards From Paradise today. Hope it's decent.
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Very good album. Ringo really rocked back then, didn't he?
Yes he did. He really came into his own during the mid seventies.
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