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How is he doing in the charts??

Postby EddieV » Sat Jan 26, 2008 7:02 am

Just wondering??
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Re: How is he doing in the charts??

Postby cleptosid » Sat Jan 26, 2008 10:45 am

I Just checked. Liverpool 8 is # 94 in the billboard top 100
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Re: How is he doing in the charts??

Postby jgkojak » Sat Jan 26, 2008 7:56 pm

#94- really not bad- not sure what his other recent efforts have done but that's decent-- better than not charting(!!!)

Unfortunately- I think this is not Ringo's best record-- so he did good despite.
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Re: How is he doing in the charts??

Postby jgkojak » Sat Jan 26, 2008 8:03 pm

RINGO'S CHART HISTORY (orginal albums)

1. Sentimental Journey (27 March 1970) UK #7, US #22
2. Beaucoups of Blues (25 September 1970) US #65
3. "Ringo" (9 November 1973) UK #7, US #2 RIAA: Platinum
4. Goodnight Vienna (15 November 1974) UK #30, US #8 RIAA: Gold
5. Ringo's Rotogravure (17 September 1976) US #28
6. Ringo the 4th (30 September 1977) US #162
7. Bad Boy (16 June 1978) US #129
8. Stop and Smell the Roses (20 November 1981) US #98
9. Old Wave (16 June 1983)
10. Time Takes Time (22 May 1992)
11. Vertical Man (15 June 1998) UK #85, US #61
12. Ringo Rama (24 March 2003) US #113
13. Choose Love (7 June 2005)
14. Liverpool 8 (14 January 2008) UK #91, US #94
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Re: How is he doing in the charts??

Postby Harrythebannister » Sun Jan 27, 2008 3:05 pm

Only his second album to chart here in the UK since Goodnight Vienna. Wonderful what a bit of promotion can do!
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Re: How is he doing in the charts??

Postby Berkeleyan » Thu Mar 06, 2008 11:45 am

TIME TAKES TIME is a darn good album. According to our fellow forum member´s stats, it did not chart in the UK or USA: what a shame ! :(
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Re: How is he doing in the charts??

Postby Mark Rink » Sat Feb 14, 2009 6:34 pm

Berkeleyan wrote:TIME TAKES TIME is a darn good album. According to our fellow forum member´s stats, it did not chart in the UK or USA: what a shame ! :(



I agree with you Berk TIME TAKES TIME is a really good cd, as is many of Ringo's cd's.He never got a fair chance if you ask me :roll:
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Re: How is he doing in the charts??

Postby linclink » Sat Feb 14, 2009 6:52 pm

Mark Rink wrote:
Berkeleyan wrote:TIME TAKES TIME is a darn good album. According to our fellow forum member´s stats, it did not chart in the UK or USA: what a shame ! :(



I agree with you Berk TIME TAKES TIME is a really good cd, as is many of Ringo's cd's.He never got a fair chance if you ask me :roll:

A late career Renaissance (starting with Time Takes Time) that isn't too far behind McCartney's (starting with Flowers In The Dirt) but while Macca hasn't sold like he used to, Ringo has hardly sold at all!! At least they've both gotten good reviews, but I wish more folks would give those later Starr solo albums a chance. It took me until 2005 to care, but what great rewards they were/are! Blessings!!
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Re: Internet pornography

Postby Mark Rink » Sun Feb 15, 2009 4:50 pm

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