Ringo Starr - "Time Takes Time" [Full Album]
01. 00:00 "Weight of the World"
02. 03:53 "Don't Know a Thing About Love"
03. 07:43 "Don't Go Where the Road Don't Go"
04. 11:04 "Golden Blunders"
05. 15:11 "All in the Name of Love"
06. 18:53 "After All These Years"
07. 22:03 "I Don't Believe You"
08. 24:53 "Runaways"
09. 29:43 "In a Heartbeat"
10. 34:13 "What Goes Around"
11. 40:04 "Don't Be Cruel" (Bonus Track)
Time Takes Time is the tenth studio album by Ringo Starr, released in 1992, his critically acclaimed comeback album. His first studio album since 1983's Old Wave, it followed a successful 1989/1990 world tour with his All-Starr Band. Aligning himself with top producers Don Was, Peter Asher, Phil Ramone and Jeff Lynne, the album was recorded sporadically throughout 1991. The material was written predominantly by outside writers, with Ringo co-writing three songs. Time Takes Time features several celebrity guests including Brian Wilson, Harry Nilsson and Electric Light Orchestra frontman Lynne. Time Takes Time also marked Starr's first alliance with Mark Hudson, both of whom would embark on a long-term musical partnership in the ensuing years. Hudson assisted in vocal arrangements on some of the Phil Ramone-produced tracks.
Several tracks were left off the album. A Paul McCartney song entitled "Angel in Disguise", to which Ringo added a verse, has not seen the light of day. Ringo covered the Elvis Presley hit "Don't Be Cruel" which was instead issued as the B-side of the "Weight Of The World" CD single (except in Japan). Another outtake, "Everyone Wins", was issued in Germany as the vinyl B-side of the "Don't Go Where The Road Don't Go" single. Two more outtakes that never saw the light of day (to date) were a Phil Picket song "Love Is Going To Get You", produced by Phil Ramone, and the Jeff Lynne produced "Call Me". Lynne told journalist Peter Palmiere as part of a DISCoveries cover story on Ringo that "Call Me" will never be released at anytime anywhere. Although Starr recorded and released a song on Goodnight Vienna entitled "Call Me", it bears no resemblance to the Jeff Lynne-produced number.
Well-received upon release, many critics considered Time Takes Time Starr's best album since 1973's "Ringo". Rolling Stone magazine wrote, "The drummer's most consistent, wide-awake album since Ringo, from 1973". The release was met with some indifference by the public however, and thus failed to chart. However, lead single "Weight Of The World" managed to reach #74 in the UK, giving Starr his first single entry there since "Only You (And You Alone)" in 1974.
Time Takes Time has sold about 70,000 copies in America since its release although Private Music before they folded claimed[specify] sales figures a little over 200,000 in the US. Times Takes Time was the last Ringo Starr album on vinyl until Y Not, though only in Mexico, Brazil, Spain and Germany.
Despite an All-Starr tour in 1992 to promote the album, Time Takes Time would be Ringo Starr's only album with Private Music before he was dropped from their roster. It was also deleted a few years after its release.
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