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Ringo Rama (2003)

An intimate look at the making of Ringo Starr's latest album, Ringo Rama. This documentary gives you the feeling of what it's like to hang out with Ringo in the studio, mainly because a ... See full summary »
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Credited cast:
Ringo Starr ... Himself
Eric Clapton ... Himself
Willie Nelson ... Himself
David Gilmour ... Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Gary Burr Gary Burr ... Himself
Shawn Colvin ... Herself
Jim Cox Jim Cox ... Himself
Steve Dudas Steve Dudas ... Himself
Timothy B. Schmit ... Himself
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An intimate look at the making of Ringo Starr's latest album, Ringo Rama. This documentary gives you the feeling of what it's like to hang out with Ringo in the studio, mainly because a large portion of it was shot by his band The Roundheads, along with director Brent Carpenter. It's fascinating to watch the formation of the songs and the parade of guest stars and friends, including Eric Clapton (who guests on the George Harrison tribute "Never Without You"), Willie Nelson, David Gilmour, Shawn Colvin and Timothy B. Schmit to name but a few. Ringo has never looked so good or appeared so charming! Currently only available as a bonus with the new CD Ringo Rama Written by bobo30

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23 March 2003 (USA) See more »

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$7,500 (estimated)
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Almost as good as hanging out with Ringo
3 March 2004 | by PiggylouSee all my reviews

This was a most amazing documentary for a behind the scenes film. It felt more like hanging out with Ringo Starr and his friends than an actual movie. Since the credits show that a lot of the camera work was by the actual musicians, it was more like watching Ringo's home movies than a typical big crew polished film. I highly recommend it to any music fan regardless of age. To see Ringo and producer Mark Hudson work with their stellar cast was phenomenal. I particularly liked the duet with Ringo and Willie Nelson. An unusual combination of voices, but one that worked wonderfully! And Eric Clapton's riff's on the George Harrison tribute were amazing. And Gilmour working out his multiple guitar parts was quite interesting to see.


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