|Bad Boy - Front and Rear Covers||Picture on Inner Sleeve|
|Catalogue No.||2310 599|
|Release date||21st Aptil 1978|
|U.K. L.P. Chart Detail :||Did NOT Chart.|
|Detail :||Ringo Starr's eighth album release, and final Polydor outing.
Credited to Ringo Starr
Produced by Vini Poncia
Engineered by Bob Schaper.
Personnel (Ringo's Roadside Attraction) :
Lead Vocals and drums - Ringo Starr
Lead Guitar - Push-a-lone
Rhythm guitar - Git-tar
Synthesisers - Hamisch Bisonette
Bass - Diesel
Keyboards - Morris Lane
... featuring Vini Poncia's Peaking Duck Orchestra and Chorus
with Horns arranged by Tom of the North.
Recorded at the Elite Recording Studios in the Bahamas and at the Can-Base Studios, Nimbus 9 in Canada in December 1977.
As you will see by the personnel list above, Ringo took lead vocals and played drums but the remaining musicians remain
Ringo then took a three year break, not returning to the recording studios until 1980.
The sleeve design was again by John Kosh, with the front cover and inner sleeve photographs by Nancy Andrews, with the rear cover photograph by Richard Starkey M.B.E.
I have a U.S. promo copy of this L.P. - It is on the Portrait label catalogue number JR 35378, the record labels are
white with the tracklisting and the words "DEMONSTRATION NOT FOR SALE" upon them.
Clearly seen written on the inside of the sleeve in large orangle felt-tip is the word "YANKOVIC" ... was my copy
once in the possesion of Wierd Al ??
FOR PROMOTION ONLY
|Who Needs A Heart||Poncia-Starkey||An original song by Ringo and Vini.||3:48|
|Bad Boy||Armstrong-Long||Originally by The Jive Bombers in 1957.||3:14|
(On A Cigarette)
|Neville||Originally by Benny Spellman in 1962.
Intended as a first single release to promote the album, see Lipstick Traces
|Heart On My Sleeve||Gallagher-Lyle||Originally a hit for the writers in 1976.||3:20|
|Where Did Our Love Go||Holland-Dozier-Holland||Originally by The Supremes in 1964||3:15|
|Hard Times||Skellern||Originally by Peter Skellern.||3:31|
|Tonight||McLagan-Pidgeon||Written in 1977.
Ringo's final single release of the 70's, see Tonight
|Monkey See - Monkey Do||Franks||Originally by Melissa Manchester in 1977||3:36|
|Old Time Relovin'||Poncia-Starkey||An original song by Ringo and Vini.||4:16|
|A Man Like Me||O'Lochlainn||An adapted re-recording of "A Mouse Like Me" which had been originally sung by Ringo from "Scouse The Mouse".||3:00|
No C.D. has been issued in the U.K. of "Bad Boy".