Ringo Starr ‘Sitting On Lap’ Of Famous Man Revealed

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The official Twitter account of Ringo Starr posted this light-hearted photograph of the acclaimed drummer sitting on the lap of late A-list singer Harry Nillson. The photo originally came from Nilsson’s Instagram with the caption: “This holiday season, hold your friends close and keep your shades on. Merry Christmas to all and to all…” It should also be noted that both are dressed in Santa garb for this photograph. You can view it below. Ringo Starr unloads on Paul McCartney ‘hatred’.

In other news regarding Ringo Starr, fans recently took to social media to discuss one of Starr’s most classic albums – ‘Ringo’, originally released from 1973. One fan stated: “Yeah, Ringo was the “limited” Beatle, his singing was, at best, serviceable, and his drumming would not rank as journey-level Sheila E! But, this 1973 release stills ranks as one of the 1970’s best pop albums. Richard Perry, the then red-hot producer, has surrounded Ringo (nee Richard Starkey) with his former bandmates Lennon, McCartney, and Harrison, Tom Scott’s masterful arrangements, Billy Preston’s keyboarding, and even Martha Reeves and Linda McCartney on background vocals.” Ringo Starr recently revealed why Paul McCartney ‘ended’ The Beatles.

The fan continued: “With songwriting duties performed by Starr himself, as well as a young Randy Newman, Harrison and Lennon, the album blends novelty numbers, MOR, and two “rockers” where the band just “cuts up.” Highlights are “Photograph,” “You’re Sixteen (You’re Beautiful and You’re Mine),” “Oh, My, My,” and “Devil Woman.” The last cut on the original album was “You and Me (Babe),” one of those songs whereby the singer acknowledges all the “help” received. This is appropriate because without assistance the album would not have been as successful commercially and artistically as it was. The remastered version features the addition of three cuts, one of which is Starr’s hit “It Don’t Come Easy.” These “extras” were not necessary because the album holds its own in its original form. Almost three decades later, Ringo still is a starr!” Paul McCartney wife reveals ‘miserable’ Ringo Starr photo.