|UK Release Date||8 October 1990|
|UK Catalogue Number||EMI : EMS 1375|
|Weeks On UK Chart (to date)||Failed To Chart|
|Peak UK Chart Position||–|
|Lowest Matrix Numbers||EMS 1375 A-1-1-1 and EMS 1375 B-1-1-2|
Ringo’s first live album, recorded with his All-Starr band, was released in the UK on 8 October 1990 and the US on 12 October 1990 and failed to chart in either.
This first tour with the All-Starr band ran from July to September 1989 with these recordings coming from the closing shows at the Greek Theatre in LA. Among the personnel on this tour were Joe Walsh, Billy Preston, Nils Loggren, Jim Keltner, Dr John, Levon Helm, Rick Danko and Clarence Clemons.
During each All-Starr tour, Ringo will perform some of his Beatles/solo songs then whoever was making up the All-Starr band at the time would take a turn performing a few of the hits from their band/solo careers. On this recording we have five tracks from Ringo and seven from his band members.
Although not heard on these recordings, during this tour the odd guest would appear which this time included Zak Starkey, Bruce Sprinsteen, Garth Hudson (The Band), Tom Lofgren (brother of Nils) and even the comedian John Candy.
Details of my copy are shown below
UK First Press
The pictures below are of my first, and only, UK press which has the matrix numbers EMS 1375 A-1-1-1 and EMS 1375 B-1-1-2. Visually the record appears to be in perfect condition and it plays through the same, hardly any background noise to be heard at all. The flimsy laminated sleeve is in very good condition, just some light shelfwear and a little ringwear. It comes with a “Made In Great Britain” plain white inner that is in excellent condition though it does have a TRACK Records £4.99 sticker attached to it.
Estimated Value : £25 – £30