℗ 1981 Boardwalk Records
 

Stop and Smell the Roses

Ringo Starr

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1.1
Private Property
Ringo Starr
2:41
1.2
Wrack My Brain
Ringo Starr
2:18
1.3
Drumming is My Madness
Ringo Starr
3:27
1.4
Attention
Ringo Starr
3:17
1.5
Stop and Take the Time to Smell the Roses
Ringo Starr
3:05
1.6
Dead Giveaway
Ringo Starr
4:28
1.7
You Belong to Me
Ringo Starr
2:08
1.8
Sure to Fall (In Love with You)
Ringo Starr
3:40
1.9
Nice Way
Ringo Starr
3:30
1.10
Back off Boogaloo
Ringo Starr
3:15
Total Playing Time    31:49
Stop and Smell the Roses is the eighth studio album by English rock musician Ringo Starr. Released in October 1981, the album includes the hit single "Wrack My Brain", written and produced by George Harrison. John Lennon had been due to participate in the recording, but he was murdered in New York a month before the sessions were to have taken place. Paul McCartney booked time with Starr to record three songs: "Private Property" and "Attention" (both McCartney originals) plus a cover of "Sure to Fall". They also recorded the song "You Can't Fight Lightning", which Starr wrote after he and Bach were nearly struck by lightning.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Boardwalk Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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