Sunday, July 17, 2005

Not *quite* workin' like a dog.

Ringo didn't play on one single Beatles album. Paul laid all the studio percussion tracks.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Not true.

Stuart Ian Burns said...

How do you know it's not true?

Pete Best said...

Utter crap. If Paul McCartney had played them all they would have sound a damn sight better !

travis said...

Turns out he did actually play on a couple tracks.

pete best said...

So your wrong then.

Anonymous said...

The beauty of this site is in a user's ability to toss out a bit of "heard" or "said" information to see what comes back to you. No one is spouting this as the new religion of gospel truth. And look what we found out about Ringo. So to say, "So 'your' wrong then" is silly and accusatory when no one can possibly be wrong, just curious.

travis said...

Indeed.

Pete Best said...

Anonymous you are an idiot. Next. Lets all just make stuff up !

Anonymous said...

According to "The Beatles Recording Sessions: The Official Abbey Road Studio Session Notes 1962-1970", you're wrong.

For the record, Paul did some occassional drum work, but definitely not all.

He DID play all the drums on "McCartney", his first solo album.

HappyOtter said...

i am fairly confident in saying that ringo drummed for the entirety of the 'live at the hollywood bowl' album! Unless, of coures, Macca is related to harry potter, who, it has been suggested , played the drums on 'yesterday once more' by the carpenters. that might be a lie.